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January 17, 2017
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The absence of a councilman and councilwoman led to an adjournment of today's emergency meeting of the Oyster Bay Town Board, who scheduled the meeting less than 24 hours prior to consider the … more
A local law was repealed and replaced at Monday night’s Village of Bayville monthly meeting regarding the water residents use, which is owned and operated by the incorporated village. Trustees said … more
This is part three of the exclusive series: Not Ready for the Twilight Zone Lester L. Wolff has known seven presidents. He first met John F. Kennedy when he was a candidate for president, … more
The Civil Service Employees Association Local 881 has not yet settled on a new contract for 2017, but Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony Macagnone is hoping that members agree on one very soon. … more
Property taxes will rise in 2017 for Town of Oyster Bay residents. In fact, the hike will supersede the 8 percent increases in 2014 and 2015. Next year’s increase will come in at 11.5 percent. Town … more
The federal government’s latest approval of a third dredging-disposal site in Long Island Sound has some environmental groups wondering if the natural beauty of Long Island is in jeopardy. The … more
Election Day 2016 held some big surprises nationally, with a presidential win for Republican Donald Trump, but on the local scene incumbents held onto their seats, some with wider margins, but all … more
Tom Suozzi Former Nassau County Executive, former Mayor of Glen Cove, attorney, CPA  Q: You’ve been absent from the political scene for seven years. Why are you running now? A: I … more
In just days, voters will go to the polls to decide who they would like to represent them in the 13th Assembly District. The incumbent, Chuck Lavine, has been dedicated to the district for the past … more
Teachers usually say that their students are engaged and focused on what is being taught in their classroom, but if you talked to them during their off-hours, they may admit that this isn’t always … more
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