Major changes for three Oyster Bay businesses

There will be one fewer pit stop for car enthusiasts heading to Cruise Night in Oyster Bay next summer. Obar Auto Parts, on South Street, closed for good last week. Pediatrician Dr. Greg Gulbransen, …

AMVETS is seeking young veterans in Oyster Bay

Part three of an ongoing series.The graying of veterans’ organizations is a concern for many, who worry that if younger veterans do not join, the groups may not survive. Members of the American …

Luxury living at renovated rehab center in Glen Cove

“My knees are shot,” Edmund Crane told the Herald Gazette. “It’s just bone on bone,” he added, mimicking a grinding noise and concluding, “If I stand up, you can hear me a distance …

Gold Coast Business Association honors beloved business owner

Despite Monday’s early morning rain, a group of business owners, elected leaders and residents gathered in the parking lot of the Glen Head train station for a special ceremony. The Gold Coast …

Spooky Halloween Ghost Walk courtesy of Raynham Hall Museum in Oyster Bay

Raynham Hall’s giant ghostly puppets once again led over 300 costumed parade goers and their four- legged friends through town for the house museum’s 3rd Annual Halloween Ghost Walk this past …

New grant to improve Oyster Bay business district

Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced at a press conference on Oct. 23 that the town had received a $500,000 grant from State Sen. Carl Marcellino to continue making improvements to the hamlet of …

Oyster Bay pulls together to help baby Brooke

Two-year-old Brooke Corey is Sheri and Ken Corey’s youngest child. Like her three siblings, she’s a fair-haired, light-skinned child who’s full of energy. At least she was until a few months …

Editorial

Hoping for legislative progress in 2019

State lawmakers call it the “big ugly” — a catchall, 11th-hour package of bills that caps the annual legislative session, which runs from January to June. In the waning days of the session . . .

Randi Kreiss

Baking ‘wonder’ bread in anxious times

To me, it is magic. But actually it’s chemistry. You start with flour, water, salt and yeast . . .

Op-Ed

Pretending I was OK after the Pittsburgh shooting

For the first few days after 11 Jewish Americans were murdered in Pittsburgh solely for practicing their religion, I was depressed and I was afraid. I grew up on Long Island thinking I wouldn’t have to face anti-Semitism.