Two Oceanside Sanitation commissioners’ oath of office in question

It seemed to be Austin Graff, co-chairman of the Board of Commissioners in the Oceanside Sanitation Department, and his lawyer against the world Jan. 19 in Mineola Supreme Court. Arguing in front …

BOCES

Colby Siergiej provides a safe space for teens at BOCES

“I'm scared of graduating.” “I don't know what I'm going to do after school.” “I don't know if this class is right for me.” These are the phrases that Colby …

County meet is Oceanside's goal

Oceanside, still with an influx of youth, is making considerable progress under second-year coach Dakota Ejens and is focused on qualifying for the Nassau gymnastics team championships set for Feb. …

Schools

Children barely keep their eyes off writer Brian Heinz

Students at Francis X. Hegarty school in Island Park started the New Year off celebrating Parents as Reading Partners, known as PARP, with a visit from Long Island author Brian Heinz. Heinz, a …

Oceanside blows by Herricks

Coming into its Conference AA2 matchup with visiting Herricks on Jan. 12, Oceanside had just one league victory in five previous tries. The Sailors put together a dominant second half, which …

Op-Ed

The 2024 election: 1912 all over again?

'Is there anyone on stage — and can I see hands? — who is unwilling tonight to pledge your support to the eventual nominee of the Republican Party . . .'

Randi Kreiss

A.I. is sucking the life out of us

Who am I? Ask Siri. I don’t know where she ends and I begin.

Op-Ed

We must remember — and teach — the Holocaust

When I was growing up, it was hard not to notice the numbers tattooed on her wrist. Children are often very observant, and I was curious about what they meant.