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Mark Adipietro, 15, and Tucker Peters, 16, share a passion for sailing. After an incident at Oyster Bay’s Oakcliff Sailing Center on July 9, when Peters helped save Adipietro’s life, they … more
The names of the recipients of the Phoenix Rising awards were shared at Morgan Memorial Park on Sept. 18. The awards aim is to recognize leadership at the James E. Donohue Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 347, but also to honor members of the north shore community who did not serve in combat, and those who don’t necessarily have veteran status. more
The North Shore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by focusing on what unites the diverse Latino and Hispanic communities, rather than what divides them. As part of the Sept. 15 celebration at The View Grill, Hispanic Chamber President Ever Padilla led the organization in singing more
Many might not know it, but bocce ball is a serious sport. It involves sweat, tears and, of course, brightly colored balls. The Barefoot Bocce League has been active in Long Beach since 2014, … more
Todd Kaminsky casts a long shadow in Long Beach and the Five Towns, which make up much of the 9th State Senatorial District. Kaminsky was a state senator for eight years, and chaired the upper … more
For most children, summer is a time away from the hard work in the classroom. For one hardworking young girl and her friends, however, this summer was a chance to give back to the furry four-legged … more
When Irene Poulos died on Sept. 1, at age 92, the North Shore Greek Orthodox community lost not only a devoted parishioner, loving wife and mother, and cheerful neighbor, but an important figure in … more
NOSH, which lost its home due to a fire in August 2021, has finally found a new space at 32 School St. in Glen Cove. A subset of the North Shore Soup Kitchen, NOSH serves the surrounding communities … more
With the repeal of Roe v. Wade still fresh in many minds, restrictions on abortions found in local municipal codes are being rediscovered again across several Long Island municipalities — laws some fear could create blueprints for future restrictions more
Twenty-one years may have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, the day America was attacked by hijacked jetliners that slammed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, but Al Fuentes is among … more
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