Former longtime Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 employee Joe Samoles announced that he is challenging Tom Lanning for a seat on the board of commissioners in the June 20 election.
As the Long Island Power Authority continues to seek a reduction in its property-tax payments on four National Grid-operated power plants — including the E.F. Barrett Generation Station — Island Park residents met with a Northport-based coalition on April 11 to protest the efforts, which would significantly raise taxes in the communities.
The Oceanside Fire Department responded to a blaze on Southard Avenue on April 12.
Temple Avodah congregants in the temple-born band Schleppenwolf & Co. will share their talents at the sixth annual Cabaret Night on April 27.
To culminate their most recent English project, fourth-graders at Oceanside School No. 4 became famous figures for a morning in a performative presentation for parents and the community.
For the past decade, few baseball programs can tout success on the diamond like they can at Oceanside.
Volunteers for South Nassau Communities Hospital came together for the 63rd annual Volunteer Luncheon on April 10.
Springtime fun was in the air at the First Presbyterian Church in Oceanside on April 6 as families took part in the Easter Funday celebration.
Playing for the third time in four days and fourth time in less than a week, Oceanside secured a much-needed softball victory last Saturday afternoon, 12-5, at Syosset in a Conference AA-I/II crossover game.
“We do things a little bit differently here,” Pastor Henry Anderson of the Windsor Avenue Bible Church explained when trying to describe the atmosphere parishioners experience at the church.
The Week Ahead
Head to Wayne French Kitchen for live entertainment and dancing on April 26 from 7 to 10 p.m.
Join Temple Avodah as its band Schleppenwolf & Co. performs a variety of musical selections on April 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Numismatics is the study or collection of coins, paper currency and medals. Numismatics expert Jeff Berkoff visits Oceanside Library on April 30 at 7 p.m.
A letter to the Editor about understanding adverse childhood experiences.