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The Public Service Commission recently announced that it had decided to defer a 27 percent rate hike for New York American Water customers in the Lynbrook service area in April. more
The Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 board of commissioners is mulling a future tax cut after announcing that they had a $589,000 surplus from their 2019 budget and a legal settlement. more
After the flu-related deaths of nearly 70 children across the country and increased cases in Nassau County, doctors are warning about an “epidemic.” more
Only days before the death of an Oceanside High School senior last weekend, the school district announced a partnership with Rockville Centre and several other districts in Northwell Health’s new Behavioral Health Center. The facility helps students find care for any crises they may be facing.  more
During February break, the Oceanside Department of Community Activities offers a Space Journey program for 4-year-olds and kindergarteners. more
The Anti-Racism Project, an educational group, hosts a session at Oceanside Library on Feb. 18 from 7 to 8 p.m. more
The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at South Point, on Long Beach Road in Island Park, is hosting a job fair more
Dozens of soccer goals scored in the late 1960s still resonate across Oceanside more than five decades later. more
Bacon crackled and the smell of pancakes filled the cafeteria at St. Anthony’s Church as Oceanside Kiwanis hosted its annual Super Bowl Sunday pancake breakfast on Feb. 2, which was attended by dozens of residents. more
Elmont-native Gino Cali was reunited with his daughter, Gia, on Jan. 27 after not seeing her for three years. There was just one problem — Cali, who is now living in Oceanside, did not have … more
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