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April 24, 2014
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They sang from their hearts their prayers spoken loud and clear, as white, black, and those who only spoke Spanish sat side by side in a crowded church in Oyster Bay. They came to Christ Church to … more
She’s been captain of her high school lacrosse squad and won all-state honors in soccer. She’s even slated to perform the duties of salutatorian at her school’s graduation ceremonies.  But … more
Bayville Mayor Doug Watson has been involved in local politics since he was elected as a trustee in 1992. Elected as mayor in 2010, he would like to continue to lead Bayville for one more … more
Paul Rupp would like to bring his many talents in the business world to leading Bayville as its next mayor. A village trustee since 2006, he’d like to bring a fresh perspective to the village that … more
The sounds of spring peepers were heard recently on the nature trail at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, some of which came from the iPhone of Lois Lindberg. A volunteer at the site, … more
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
A group of four Appellate Court judges ruled on Friday, April 4, that Frank M. Flower & Sons Inc. could continue harvesting for clams in the waters of Oyster Bay until their appeal is decided in … more
The lawsuit seeking compensation from a former Locust Valley School District elementary music teacher convicted as a sex offender has pitted the union against the school district they serve. John … 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
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