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esident Amy Peters, is a vibrant community hub, drawing visitors and vendors from across Long Island. The market, founded by Peters in 2014, began in the quaint village of Sea Cliff before moving to … more
A Juneteenth celebration was held at Morgan Memorial Park on June 15, featuring music, food, vendors, cultural performances. The event included a performance by the First Baptist Church Choir … more
At beautiful and historic venues scattered throughout the Town of Oyster Bay, the Oyster Bay Music Festival is set to enchant audiences for its thirteenth consecutive year. From July 1 through 8, … more
PFY, the organization formerly known as Pride For Youth, hosted its annual Pride Gala on June 6. more
Coyotes, once absent from Long Island, have been gradually making a return. These elusive predators sparked both curiosity and concern among residents when they first began arriving, but in the near … more
The Village of Sea Cliff will celebrate the rededication of Lincoln Plaza on July 4, following the traditional reading of the Declaration of Independence on the Village Green. The ceremony will renew … more
Glen Cove kicks off its annual Greek Festival, attracting hundreds of visitors to embrace the lively event. The celebration was hosted at Garvies Point, where tents were stationed on the lawn, … more
Claire Tao has been named the salutatorian for the North Shore High School’s Class of 2024, a recognition that celebrates her outstanding academic achievements and commitment to excellence … more
Capping off a scholastic career marked by academic excellence, leadership, and athletic prowess, Sofia Martini has been named the valedictorian of North Shore High School’s Class of 2024. … more
The arrival of joro spiders, which are native to East Asia, in the United States has sparked concern and some sensational headlines. According to experts, however, the potential impact on Long … more
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