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More than three decades into being a chef, longtime Oceanside resident Stephen Pasetti said people still come up to him and ask if he’s serving his grandfather’s coleslaw. “My … more
EGP Oceanside raised more than $12,000 for a customer battling breast cancer at its third annual Fall Festival on Oct. 8. more
In the wake of the mass shooting that left 11 dead at the Tree of Life Congregation synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27, hundreds of local residents gathered for a candlelight vigil at the Oceanside Veterans Triangle on Oct. 30. more
Amy Guerrette is among many local folks with fond memories of the Hot Skates roller rink in Lynbrook, which is about to be sold, torn down and converted into a storage facility. more
In a defining moment for the preservation of Rockville Centre history in the late 1970s, the deteriorating house of Captain Samuel F. Phillips was relocated and restored to become what is now the Museum of the Village of Rockville Centre. Four decades later, the museum celebrated its 40th anniversary as a beacon of culture, education and history in the village. more
Many students and faculty members at Waverly Park Elementary School donned football jerseys and shirts representing their favorite sports teams as three-time NFL Pro Bowler and former Jets fullback … more
Lynbrook residents have the opportunity to go the movies and raise money for the Lynbrook School District at The Lynbrook Excellence in Education Foundation, Inc.’s inaugural Charity Movie Night on Nov 18 at 5:30 p.m. more
Having grown up in Brooklyn in the 1920s and ’30s as the middle child of nine, with Italian immigrant parents, Valley Stream resident and retired Army Private First Class Pat Albarella described his idyllic, family-oriented life there — with frequent visits by aunts, uncles and cousins — as “beautiful.” more
Rockville Centre officials responded to residents’ concerns on the eve of Election Day after a village employee was caught on camera removing a campaign sign posted on the grass between the sidewalk and the street. more
“There are very few ways to fight hate, except through love and unity,” said Rabbi Steven Graber of Temple Hillel in North Woodmere. “We’re here together hoping that it will somehow help us to start to heal as well as to be able to send a message to the families of the victims as well as the rest of America that we care.” more
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