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Exhibits and more... Exploring the Centuries: 3rd-20th Century Asian ArtWorks are of historic, spiritual and artistic importance and highlight centuries-old artistic traditions, drawn from Hofstra … more
Life-long Oceanside resident and Oceanside Fire Department member Steven Klein was recently elected as 2nd Vice President of the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) at the … more
Dozens of students joined together at Oceanside High School on Oct. 18 to paint fall-themed windows during the annual event sponsored by the Department of Community Activities and the Oceanside … more
American freeskier Devin Logan, who won silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has made a name for herself as one of the only competitive female freeskiers to participate in both … more
Oceanside has been the hometown to a great many accomplished citizens—civic and religious leaders, war heroes, renowned entertainers, and ordinary people who have done extraordinary things. … more
The annual country fair is a longstanding tradition on the South Shore. more
Fran and Ray Martini of Oceanside are happy to announce the arrival of their first granddaughter, Gianna Maria Martini. Gianna was born on Saturday, September 27, at 2:25 p.m. She weighed in at 7 … more
South Nassau Communities Hospital, after receiving a formal promise of reimbursements from the federal government for more than $176 million, has purchased the long-shuttered, Sandy-damaged Long Beach Medical Center, Richard Murphy, chief executive for the Oceanside hospital, said last Friday. more
There’s plenty to see and do in preparation for next Friday’s candyfest. Stop by one of the many festivals nearby in your Halloween best and get spooked if you dare. more
Two years ago, when he was 11, Cory Nichols saw a documentary on poverty called “Hard Times: Lost on Long Island.” Cory, who has been acting on television and in movies since he was 6, was in the audience at the Long Island International Film Expo, where a film in which he co-starred was screening as well. But it was “Hard Times” that made the biggest impression on Cory, who is now a ninth-grader at Oceanside High School. “It made me really want to help our community,” he said. “People don’t have to say they’re in need to be in need.” So he decided to take action. more
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