An NYPD officer from Oceanside is charged with allegedly asking her boyfriend to help her hire a hitman to murder her ex-husband and an underage girl, according to law enforcement officials.
Town of Hempstead officials voted 6 to 1 on May 7 to approve the site plan for a $60 million, 230-unit Rockaway Avenue apartment complex. The project has met with strong opposition from many residents.
The Sunrise Association broke ground on its new, international headquarters on May 5, next door to where it began enhancing the lives of children with cancer and their families in Oceanside.
On Easter Sunday, nurse Shyvonne Allen-Ibitoye went to see a movie about a superhero in Lynbrook with her son, but ended up becoming a hero in real life.
“Stop LIPA now! Stop LIPA now!” Island Park residents chanted on the corner of Long Beach and McCarthy roads on Sunday. At the site of the Long Island Power Authority’s E.F. Barrett Generation Station, they rallied against LIPA’s efforts to reduce its property taxes on the plant, and three other plants on Long Island, which would significantly raise residents’ taxes in the communities that host them.
Polls will open for the school budget votes and school board elections in Oceanside and Island Park on May 21 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Here’s what you should know before filling out your ballot.
Police arrested a Baldwin man and charged him with criminal impersonation that occurred on May 11 at 10:50 a.m. in Oceanside.
The Oceanside Lutheran Church hosts a weekly charity quilting circle on Monday mornings at 9:30 a.m., during which quilts are made to eventually be distributed throughout the world.
Representatives of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and the Asperger Syndrome & High Functioning Autism Association presented “A business opportunity: Hiring persons with asperger syndrome and autism” at the Oceanside Library on April 25.
Of all places to get its bats going after producing double digits in runs in just one of its previous five softball games, Oceanside couldn’t have picked a better place than East Meadow.
The Week Ahead
Find your next bargain as Temple Avodah’s Sisterhood hosts its annual thrift sale on May 19 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Temple Avodah Annex Building.
South Nassau Communities Hospital’s 35th annual golf tournament is May 20 at 11:30 a.m.
Learn about science over a cup of coffee at Oceanside Library on May 21 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
In this year’s Oceanside and Island Park school elections, all Board of Education races are uncontested. We believe that is because people are generally happy with the quality of education district children are receiving.
At a time when district administrators are striving to enhance school safety and increase the quality of programs — while holding the line on taxes — it is as important as ever to support school budgets.
A guide to healthy weight loss this summer.