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March 26, 2017
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Dr. Edwin Moreano can clearly remember when he returned to Ecuador for his first medical mission trip. He had just finished his surgical training, and was anxious to go back to help people in the … more
The 87th Annual Chamber Installation Celebration held by the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Chamber of Commerce at Oyster Bay Brewing Company on Feb. 15 began with pomp and circumstance, when members of the … more
French and American students performed a bilingual spoken word piece regarding WWII for U.S. veterans on Feb. 13, to honor the bonds of friendship between the twin cities of Locust Valley and … more
Catherine Vessio Reisiger, longtime resident of Bayville who worked at the Bayville Public Library, died suddenly in her home on Feb. 20. She was 55. Daniel Bagnuola, her brother-in-law, said she … more
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino is up before the sun rises and on the phone by 6:30 a.m. with his deputy supervisor, Gregory W. Carman, Jr. And Saladino can often be found still working … more
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Bernie Rader knew his life would change. He was right. A few years later, when Rader was 19 he was drafted. That was good news to him, but the … more
Since former State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino took the oath of office to serve the Town of Oyster Bay as its supervisor, he has said often, “It is a new day for Oyster Bay.” That has been … more
Despite the 35-degree weather, teachers, parents, and children gathered at the wrought iron gates of Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf to protest the potential closing of the school’s Early … more
When the National Weather Service upgraded its Feb. 9 forecast for Long Island to a blizzard warning, that meant that more snow would fall than originally predicted, and with winds expected to blow … more
As part of the opening of an interpretive “slave quarters” in Oyster Bay’s Raynham Hall, visitors packed into a room at Matinecock Lodge in Oyster Bay heard historian Claire Bellerjeau present … more
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