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Veterans groups, local students and elected officials gathered at Dee’s Nursery on Monday as the business teamed up with shipping company DHL Express for the 15th straight holiday season to send Christmas trees, Hanukkah menorahs and holiday letters to troops stationed overseas, more
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual New Year cocktail reception on Jan. 24 at Kombert Caterers at Temple Avodah, where it installed its 2019 officers and honored three residents who have made a big difference in the community. more
For 35 days, a single mother from Island Park struggled to make ends meet as President Donald Trump’s historic government shutdown continued, which caused her to work her job at the Internal Revenue Service while not getting paid. more
The holiday spirit will be alive and well at SVS Fine Jewelry in Oceanside, as the business ushers in its annual Ladies’ Night festivities, with all proceeds benefitting Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center. more
Four officers will take the reins of the Island Park Chamber of Commerce in 2019 as they continue an effort to ensure that businesses prosper in the new year. more
By most accounts, riders on the Long Island Rail Road have had a rough couple of years. In fact, in 2017 the transit agency saw its worst on-time performance in more than two decades, and 2018 was … more
Starting in May, Long Island Rail Road commuters will pay more per ride, after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board voted on Feb. 27 to increase rates. more
Standing in front of a home in Island Park on Feb. 26, State Attorney General Letitia James announced $8 million in new funding that is available to create and expand below-market housing for first-time buyers in eight New York counties, including Nassau. In Island Park, similar funds have been used to rebuild zombie homes in an ongoing effort by village officials to combat the issue. more
The Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 board of commissioners announced a $300,000 settlement in its lawsuit against former supervisors Michael and Charles Scarlata at its board meeting on March 7, pending their signature on the agreement. more
New York American Water rates are set to increase again next month, as the third year of the utility’s conservation rate hike begins. more
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