Amid intense competition from online services like Amazon and many challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, local business owners said they were optimistic yet wary of how the holiday shopping season will turn out for them.
Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 will be subjected to a county audit after what Nassau Comptroller Jack Schnirman called “a history of fiscal mismanagement.”
Mount Sinai South Nassau is partnering with the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County to begin offering rapid Covid-19 testing to the public at the hospital’s drive-through testing site in Oceanside.
Island Park's Anthony Bitetto grew up a fan of the New York Rangers and will realize a childhood dream when his next NHL game will be as a member of the blueshirts.
Due to the rise in the number of residents and patients testing positive for Covid-19, Mount Sinai South Nassau is suspending patient visitation in the Emergency Department until further notice.
Residents, community leaders, the Island Park Chamber of Commerce and elected officials gathered at Artie’s South Shore Fish Market and Grill in Island Park on Nov. 19 for its grand re-opening ceremony and ribbon cutting.
Unseasonably mild temperatures last week allowed local restaurants to take advantage of outdoor seating, but with winter weather looming, owners are bracing for the challenge of watching their new business model under the pandemic disappear until next spring.
Sacred Heart Church in Island Park gave back to those in need this Thanksgiving by providing packaged food for curbside pick-up to those looking for a hot meal on the holiday.
Long awaited improvements to Austin Boulevard in Island Park will finally come under Nassau County’s 2021-24 Capital Improvement Plan, which was announced last month.
Residents, elected officials and former members of the U.S. armed forces joined together on Nov. 22 at the Long Beach Terrace to salute those who have served their country as part of the Honor our Heroes event.
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