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July 25, 2016
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When the Roman candle exploded Chris Montell knew he was in big trouble. The firefighter looked at what was left of his bloodied right hand and immediately hid it under his T-shirt. “I didn’t … more
Save Bayville Now Inc., created for those dissatisfied with decisions made by the village government, refer to themselves as a civic group. Their agenda is, however, targeted, at least for now, on … more
A decision by State Supreme Court Justice Jerome C. Murphy on June 30 nullified three local laws that had caused much rancor in the Village of Bayville. The lawsuit was submitted last fall against … more
Assemblyman Chuck Lavine (D-North Shore Long Island) introduced legislation on July 7 to authorize the appointment of a state monitor to oversee the Town of Oyster Bay. The fiscal monitor, appointed … more
Even after 40 years, when Carl Limbacher speaks about his printing business he sounds like a kid in a candy store. “My biggest adventure was the yearbook for Seawanhaka Yacht Club,” said the … more
Steve Walley, who lived in Oyster Bay until he was 24, will be opening a microbrewery in Freeport on the Nautical Mile this summer. The son of Dina and Skip, who died years ago, Steve’s lineage in … more
Last Monday night marked the final meeting for Timothy Fay, Peter Valsecchi, and Harry “Hank” Pinkerton, Bayville’s outgoing trustees. Although the past election was mired by controversy, the … more
Audrey Avenue in Oyster Bay just got a little more posh with the grand opening of Gianna Salon. To celebrate her new business, owner Giovanna Baldino, hosted friends, family and community members at … more
Paul Long isn’t your typical firefighter. He’s got the look all right, and more energy for his 52 years then most. But his tough exterior quickly dissolves, and his manner becoming almost … more
The Taxpayers Independence Party (TIP), who once ran Bayville Village government, took all four positions at last Tuesday’s election for three trustee seats and the village justice. It was a comeback for the … more
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