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Many elected officials and community members offered varying opinions after New York state legalized recreational marijuana use last week. more
As the Oceanside Library prepares to undergo a major overhaul, officials have announced that it will soon move to a temporary home, where it will maintain all of its current services. more
Country music star Eric Church will be the first performer at the new UBS Arena at Belmont Park, with a concert on Dec. 4 as part of his “The Gather Again Tour.” The reigning Country … more
A team of health professionals and engineers have spent the last year reviewing more than 250 strategies to keep patrons safe at the new US Arena when it opens in the fall, and are now ready to … more
Amid declining membership and decreasing funds, Oceanside Jewish Center administrators are seeking a new project at the house of worship after Town of Hempstead officials unanimously denied a request to build a 119-room assisted-living facility on part of the property. more
The saying “good things come in threes” was evident on March 13 as the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce celebrated a trio of ribbon cuttings — its first such events in 2021 — to welcome new businesses to the neighborhood. more
Faced with the prospect of reduced attendance at Mass due to Covid-19, St. Anthony’s in Oceanside will be hosting a virtual wine tasting event in order to help raise funds to offset the losses they have incurred during the pandemic.  more
Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside recently launched another partnership with Nassau County to vaccinate eligible essential workers. more
Oceanside resident Dennis Herman said he was frustrated when the Long Island Rail Road’s amended schedule caused his commute from Oceanside to Brooklyn to take longer than usual, and that he felt unsafe on crowded trains. more
Whether it was because of traffic, environmental, parking or other concerns, many community members said they breathed a sigh of relief when the Hempstead Town Board voted on March 9 against a proposed three-story, 119-room assisted-living facility at the site of the Oceanside Jewish Center. more
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