The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce held its annual installation dinner at Oceanside Jewish Center last Saturday, spotlighting its directors, welcoming a new president and honoring three standouts in the community in front of local officials and dozens of residents.
About nine months before the reopening of Ocean Chemists on Feb. 4, Oceanside firefighter Abigail Ohlsen roused her mother after hearing on her radio that a fire had broken out at 3122 Long Beach Road.
Three poor boxes containing donations at Saint Anthony’s Church in Oceanside were found pried open on Monday, according to Nassau County police.
In the wake of nationwide bomb threats to Jewish community centers last month, including one to the Barry and Florence Friedberg JCC in Oceanside, and the evacuations of centers in Albany and Syracuse last week, State Sen. Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach) sent a letter to the 4th Precinct requesting added security for the two JCCs in the 9th Senate District.
With forecasts early last week projecting a snowstorm to hit the area on Feb. 9, a lifelong Oceansider made sure residents knew he would be willing to help them remove snow.
Until a few weeks ago, the vacant land in Oceanside’s Oil City contained mostly mounds of dirt. But now, the Costco slated for a spot on the 13-acre parcel has begun to take shape, as residents and businesses wait to see how the big-box retailer will impact the community.
Oceanside firefighters rushed to the local National Grid plant on Daly Boulevard early Thursday morning, where a pickup truck had caught ablaze.
An attorney adviser for the Internal Revenue Service was arrested and charged with distributing 500 grams or more of methamphetamine, according to court documents unsealed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York on Wednesday.
After receiving complaints from Oceanside residents about conditions on Foxhurst Road, Town of Hempstead officials urged the Nassau County Department of Public Works last week to repave the pothole-filled street.
“Cards are the easiest thing to carry around,” said professional magician Michael Rossetti while sitting in the back of Panera Bread in East Meadow. “I have four hours of material with a deck …
Drama students performed “Seussical the Musical” earlier this month for the annual “road show” production, a student-directed theatrical event that tours elementary schools before opening at OHS for a Friday-night show and a Saturday matinee. But as the young actors hurried among three elementary schools on Jan. 4, two of the leads were home sick.
The Louis Feil Charitable Lead Annuity Trust donated $1 million to South Nassau Communities Hospital, which will go towards establishing a new cancer center at the hospital’s main campus in …
Temple Avodah is offering a defensive driving class on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 6:30 p.m. The class will save participants 10 percent on their auto insurance and allow them to receive up to a four-point reduction from their driving record. For more information and events, click the link above.