Oceanside squeaks by Uniondale

The Oceanside boys’ basketball team was the last man standing in a hard-nosed, grueling matchup with Uniondale, as the Sailors walked away with a 55-51 home victory on Jan. 11. The low-scoring …

Chef Paula brings Cooking With Stars to JCC

Chef Paula Gottlieb Herman hosts cooking classes across Long Island, including the Barry and Florence Friedberg JCC Cooking with Stars class in Oceanside for adults with special needs, such as those …

Flowers by Mike wins award

For many, Flowers by Mike is Oceanside and East Rockaway’s go-to florist for fresh, high-quality floral arrangements. Dedicated to providing the best customer service and finest selection of plants and flowers, Flowers by Mike has a wide variety of local and imported flowers and a team of professional designers.

Oceanside in playoff picture

As has been the narrative with nearly every single roster in every sport, the primary hindrance for the Oceanside girls’ basketball team has been health. The team has dealt with navigating …

Bruce Blakeman takes office as Nassau County executive

Hundreds packed into the lobby of the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on Monday as new County Executive Bruce Blakeman, County Comptroller Elaine Phillips and County Clerk Maureen O’Connell took their oaths of office.


An inauguration like no other

I have been blessed to raise my hand and pledge to serve my community as an elected official many times over the past 16 years. However, last Monday was the first — and hopefully, last — time that I will take the oath of office in my living room.


How progressives might be left in the lurch

When U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi announced his Democratic primary run against Gov. Kathy Hochul, it may have seemed like a D’Amato moment.

Randi Kreiss

Can your stove talk to you?

I really needed to get on the Smart HQ website to get my new G.E. Café Series kitchen appliances online. Oh, you didn’t know? You must have internet-friendly ovens and cooktops these days.


Bail reform law needs still more tweaking

Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder convened a news conference on Jan. 13 to make a point: The state’s bail reform law, enacted in January 2020, needs further reform . . .