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October 1, 2016
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Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto introduced a tentative 2017 budget at the Sept. 27 board meeting. Several cuts were presented, including a $7.5 million payroll reduction for all full-time … more
The Village of Bayville’s No Bridge Committee, a small group that includes Bayville Mayor Paul Rupp and Trustee Tim Charon, have crafted a letter that protests Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s consideration … more
This is part two of the series: Not Ready for the Twilight Zone Sylvester Durrant has always been a ladies’ man. He’s even had six offers of marriage since 2009. He turned them all … more
A long anticipated hardware store in Bayville has finally opened its doors. Officially having its soft opening on Sept. 6, Bayville Hardware has been busy ever since. “People were banging down … more
Three town workers approached Bill Fetzer on the same day to complain. They were concerned about the negotiations going on between their union representatives and the Town of Oyster Bay concerning … more
The Nassau County Police Dept. launched a new state-of-the-art school security program this week that they hope all school districts will soon utilize. A press release from County Executive Ed … more
There is good news regarding the Bayville Bridge. It’s probably not the news many are hoping for, which would be a date for major bridge repair to begin, but it is still positive news. A new … more
Sharon Lasher grew up in Plainview. When she was a teenager, Oyster Bay and Bayville were the cool places to hang out. Recently hired as Oyster Bay High School’s new principal, she is familiar with … more
Maureen Appel took great pride in transforming the garage of her Oyster Bay home into a classroom. There was nothing the little girl loved more than playing school, which she did for years. Back … more
A recent Bayville Village Board meeting began with a moment of silence for Jerry Camera, former owner of Ralph’s Pizzeria and beloved Bayville icon. Mayor Paul Rupp acknowledged the loss. … more
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