Mangano, Venditto corruption trial pushed back to March

A federal judge has pushed the trial of outgoing Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto back to March, after a request from Venditto.

Not all favor relocating the Bayville menorah

Although Bayville Mayor Paul Rupp made a point of wishing everyone who attended the Nov. 28 village meeting a happy holiday, at least some people were not feeling the holiday spirit. Their issue …

Teen seeks to boost tourism in her hometown

Brittany Browner may be young, but she’s already able to see the value of tourism in her hometown — and the need for it, too. As a member of Girl Scout Troop 138, Brittany, a senior at Oyster Bay …

Will the tax reform be painful?

The House of Representatives’ tax bill passed by a 227-to-205 vote on Nov. 16, paving the way for high-tax suburban regions like Long Island to be hit hard by tax increases while much of the rest …

‘Everybody has a story to tell,’ new historical society exec director says

Denice Evans-Sheppard, 51, became the executive director of the Oyster Bay Historical Society on Oct. 18. Her goal, she said, is to bring her love of history, through “positive programs and …

Oyster Festival comes to town in all its glory

The 34th annual Oyster Festival was the place to be last weekend not only for the food, but also to enjoy some great entertainment, crafts and rides. For some, it was a time to relax and enjoy the …

The apple of Mill Neck’s eye

The annual Mill Neck Apple Festival was a big success, as visitors from near and far crowded the manor grounds in search of tasty fall treats and festive fun last weekend. For over 50 years, …

Falling in love with a fabulous fall in Oyster Bay

The weather only recently turned chilly, and before it did there were many opportunities to enjoy the beauty of the hamlet and its surroundings. The nature trail at Sagamore Hill continues to burst …