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April 20, 2014
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The United States Dept. of Justice is suing the Town of Oyster Bay and Supervisor John Venditto of housing discrimination. Filing a complaint in District Court on April 10, the prosecutors say the … more
Nassau County veterans who thought they would see their school taxes reduced in 2014-15 have another thing coming. Though dozens of school boards around the county voted in recent weeks to ease … more
Clutching his favorite blue blanket Cameron Gulbransen ran outside into the dead of night as fast as his chubby little legs could take him because his daddy, who had just come home, looked like he … more
At 67 years old, Jeri Cavagnaro is speeding up. The Locust Valley runner and triathlete can prove it with an Excel spreadsheet charting her progress in various races. “If you look at the graph, … more
Natalie Gallego by her own account is obsessed with religious music and she would admit quite freely that she is a very spiritual teenager. A junior at Kellenberg High School, the East Norwich teen … more
A lot can happen in a week. And sometimes what appears to be impossible to resolve can reverse itself, if even temporarily. This week, after two visits to two different courts, one as far away as … more
It was a reunion of sorts on March 7, when loyal customers and new ones too came to Over the Bridge in Bayville to celebrate three years of doing business in a town that was hard hit by Hurricane … more
Frank M. Flower & Sons lost in Nassau County Supreme Court on Monday when Justice Stephen Bucaria ruled he would not grant them a stay, meaning Flower can no longer dredge in the waters of Oyster Bay … more
It’s been a year since the Madd Potter first opened its whimsical doors and sent the community of Oyster Bay on a “madd” adventure. Part of the magic is that while it’s hard for many to … more
Just how safe is our groundwater? Are there any contaminents in it after Hurricane Sandy? What are the conditions and trends in our waters and just how much water is moving through our aquifer … more
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