With the number of Covid-19 vaccinations increasing at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital and the number of coronavirus cases decreasing, physicians and administrators at the facility are making a push for more county residents to get inoculated.
Upon becoming the first Black business owner to serve as second vice president of the Island Park Chamber of Commerce, Joe Manning said it was just the beginning of his quest to bring diversity to the chamber.
A homeless man was arrested on Thursday in Oceanside and charged in a burglary.
The Oceanside Kiwanis Club took a step toward normalcy on April 19 when it hosted its largest in-person meeting since the pandemic started and set goals to help children in the community in the future.
Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, construction began on the long-awaited Bay Park Conveyance Project.
Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital has partnered with RVC Blue Speaks to create a machine that provides a calming atmosphere for people with autism spectrum disorder in the stressful environment that the emergency room can be. “Louie” has a wide array of calming distractions that can help those with ASD cope with the atmosphere.
Playing in the Nassau Conference I football championship game for the third time in four seasons, Oceanside was sitting chilly in the second quarter last Saturday with a 15-point lead and the ball …
A Hempstead man was arrested in Oceanside Saturday and charged with multiple crimes after leading police on a high-speed chase and intentionally injuring two officers by colliding with their car.
Dody Hayes, 65, died suddenly on May 19 at South Nassau Communities Hospital, succumbing to an aortic aneurysm.
The king of rock ‘n’ roll came to town when Elvis impersonator Steve Mitchell performed at Oceanside Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5199 on Sunday.
It was recently reported that a group of Rockville Centre parents accused a high school social studies teacher of criticizing police during class, and wanted her to be reprimanded. The district superintendent . . .
I covered the Bellmore-JFK High School Homecoming parade in the fall of 2004. It was a sunny day, full of carefree teenagers. I could never have imagined then that that day would haunt me still.
Time-travel with me. The year was 1957. We had just moved to Cedarhurst from Queens, and it was the first day of class at Number Three School on Broadway.