A ‘beacon of hope’ comes to Bayville

The quaint beach community of Bayville now has its own lighthouse. Positioned on a plot of grass at the entrance of the IGA Food Basket shopping plaza, at 68 Bayville Ave., the 16-foot-tall structure …

Tunnel proposal faces heat in Jericho

When Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino was a boy, his father, Joseph, was a town councilman. The supervisor told an audience of roughly 800 at Jericho High School on Monday that he could still …

Memorial Day in Oyster Bay

By Laura Lane llane@oysterbayguardian.com Crowds of people lined the streets to experience one of Oyster Bay’s most popular events, the Memorial Day Parade, which included the clanging of …

LVHS seniors asked to cherish the flag

In what is fast becoming an intergenerational tradition that links high school students with veterans of the American armed forces, graduating seniors at Locust Valley High School participated in …

Cost of a slice of pizza over $10 in Bayville due to parking fee

Last year, and the year before, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the weekend during the summer months, motorists were required to pay $50 to park in Bayville’s Ransom Beach parking lot if they were …

Editorial

We can’t deport our way out of the MS-13 scourge

When President Trump touted his efforts to eradicate the El Salvadoran gang MS-13 at a May 23 forum in Bethpage, he said that the threat gang members pose can be solved with immigration law reform.

Scott Brinton

Trump, Clinton and musings on the Electoral College

Strangely, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton landed in Nassau County on the same day, at the same time, last week. Trump came for a roundtable in Bethpage . . .

Randi Kreiss

The high and the mighty: American oligarchs

I garnered my modest education in oligarchy by reading Bill Browder’s “Red Notice,” a dazzling financial thriller. The book details Browder’s crushing encounter with Russian business moguls who enjoy special privilege and unique access to President Vladimir Putin.