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Vintage cars take to the beach at the annual event as fall gets underway. more
Fall returns with a delightful celebration of all things Irish — rhe annual Irish Festival, presented by the Nassau County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. more
The Long Beach Jazz Festival’s vibrant sounds can be heard throughout the weekend in the City by the Sea, beginning Thursday and concluding Sunday, Sept. 21. more
Area synagogues are getting ready for the high holy days. These holidays, which celebrate the Jewish New Year, start with Rosh Hashanah on the night of Sept. 24 and end with Yom Kippur on Oct. 4. more
Any fan worth his crackerjack knows that the Hall of Fame has been baseball’s version of paradise ever since the museum opened its doors in the tiny village of Cooperstown 75 years ago. Cooperstown is the place where all things baseball are celebrated, and the greatest of the great are immortalized, starting with an inaugural class of inductees that included Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson and Honus Wagner. Little kids, and often big ones too, dream of the day when they will be guests of honor at the Hall. more
Among those on hand to pay his respects to the victims of 9/11 during Oceanside’s remembrance ceremony at the Schoolhouse Green was Elias Gomez, a 2013 Oceanside High School graduate who is now serving in the United States Air Force. more
At 6 p.m., the Schoolhouse Green was filled with children’s laughter. There was a soccer game being played next door, and kids from the Boardman Elementary School Chorus frolicked near the gazebo with kids from Cub Scout Pack 230. Their exuberance was a welcome sight, their laughter a welcome sound. None of these kids had yet been born on September 11, 2001. more
The smallest player on the field had the biggest impact in Freeport’s 36-26 victory over visiting Oceanside in last Friday night’s much-anticipated Nassau Conference I football opener. more
Big History, an approach to teaching about the past that looks at human history from a broader perspective than the typical study of certain times and places, has begun at Oceanside High School. The … more
Flags flew at half-mast throughout Oceanside as the community remembered the events of 9/11 and paid its respects to all who were lost that day. In the early evening, the community gathered at Schoolhouse Green on Foxhurst Road for a ceremony of remembrance co-hosted by the Oceanside Interfaith Council, Oceanside Fire Department, Oceanside Education Foundation and Oceanside School District. more
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