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Over a year after Broadway was shut down, in some cases mid-show, Oceanside residents have brought back the theater to local residents. Penned by Oceanside resident Bruce Bider, Back to the 20s infuses talent from the stages of Broadway and the big and small screens with local youth. more
Oceanside’s Sanitation District No. 7 is struggling to move on from a string of controversies, as embattled Commissioner Ryan Hemsley called for the resignations of Commissioners John Mannone and Joe Samoles, alleging that the two had verbal altercations with employees. more
Anne Donnelly, a career prosecutor who this week was named the Nassau Republican’s nominee for county district attorney, wasted no time on calling out what she sees as her opponent’s chief … more
If Long Beach residents are concerned about a private company’s $3 billion proposal to build a 174-turbine wind farm 15 miles off the South Shore, few of them voiced it at a virtual hearing on the … more
Mike Graham, owner of Flowers By Mike on Merrick Road in Oceanside, has worn the hats of business owner and community leader during the Covid-19 pandemic. Between his business and service as the Oceanside Kiwanis Club president, Graham got to see the community find a way to care for one another during tough times. more
The Say Their Names Association closed its first year June 26 by awarding eight Black seniors from local high schools, including Oceanside High School, with scholarships for demonstrating a commitment to helping their communities and starting conversations about race. more
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Nassau County from Thursday night into midday Friday, when Tropical Storm Elsa is predicted to blow across the region, bringing with it high winds and … more
On June 30, the Nassau County Legislature approved County Executive Laura Curran’s 2021-24 capital improvement plan. Under it, Austin Boulevard is scheduled for traffic and pedestrian improvements and storm and flood resiliency measures. more
For older Americans, the pandemic was especially difficult. Many felt alone and purposeless during the lockdowns and had to be extremely careful to avoid contracting the deadly Covid-19 virus. After over a year and a half, many are excited to return to normal life, but 95-year-old Mary Ann Sherry wanted to go the extra mile and get back to work at Oceanside’s Jordan Lobster Farms in Island Park. more
Town of Hempstead officials and Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside have partnered to implement complimentary sunscreen dispensers at town-operated beaches and pool complexes. more
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