Nassau County police are investigating a robbery at Dunkin’ Donuts in Island Park, and an attempted robbery at a Dunkin’ in Oceanside.
Nassau County police are searching for an unidentified man who stole money from the People’s United Bank in Oceanside.
Three minutes each wasn’t nearly enough time for Island Park residents to express their frustrations with the recently proposed settlement between the Long Island Power Authority and Nassau County regarding the E.F. Barrett Generation Station.
The roofs and windows at the Oceanside Library leak regularly, the restrooms have not been redone in 22 years, and many rooms need to be modernized. Those are just a few of the reasons that the library board voted 7-0 on Jan. 15 to approve putting a $33.5 million bond to a vote to fund repairs.
Fences surround one-third of the parking lot north of the main entrance to Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital, signaling the start of construction of a $90 million central utility plant, which will advance the capabilities of the hospital’s electrical system.
Oceanside and Rockville Centre community members rallied behind 25 people with limb loss and limb differences on Jan. 11 for the Limb Kind Foundation’s inaugural “Show Your Shine” adaptive runway event.
Mount Sinai South Nassau and local elected officials honored the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with musical tributes and poetry readings during the hospital’s 12th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration on Monday.
The season plan seemed sensible. Oceanside’s young boys’ basketball squad would feature a two-man nucleus handling most of the scoring load, while a constellation of role players lent support and learned on the job.
There will be music, a photo booth, hors d’oeuvres, an open bar and many raffle prizes at the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce’s annual cocktail reception on Jan. 30.
A mental health support group co-sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness is coming to the Oceanside Library. It will welcome parents and adult family members of children ages 15 and younger experiencing symptoms of mental health conditions.
With the colder Long Island months upon us, it’s important to remember that as the weather cools, so does body metabolism.
The Week Ahead
The Knights of Columbus hosts a basketball free throw championship on Jan. 25 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Oceanside School No. 6.
To commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Friedberg JCC will host speaker Felice Katz, a second-generation Holocaust survivor, on Jan. 30 at 1 p.m.
Temple Avodah hosts Super Bowl Family Shabbat on Jan. 31 at 6:30 p.m.
A letter regarding the proposed projects for the Oceanside Jewish Center site.