The Town of Oyster Bay’s Department of Community and Youth Services will be offering free musical performances during the month of December 2019 at local libraries throughout the Town to kick-off the 2019-2020 Distinguished Artists Concert Series, which will continue to run monthly through May 2020. “The Town’s Distinguished Artists Concert Series has proven to be one of our most […]
St. Bernard’s School will be holding a annual Crafts and Vendors Market from 9 am to 4 pm on November 30th in the school’s auditorium. Enjoy shopping for quality crafts and national brands from vendors; raffles; 50/50. Food will be available for purchase.
John F. Kennedy Middle School in the Bethpage Union Free School District celebrated Soaring Eagles Day recently. The day centered around two inspiring assemblies, “Socializing without Social Media” by Scott Baker and “Healthy Decisions: Do One Thing Different” by Steve Pinto. The message of the day was dedicated to the importance of possessing good character and the power of making […]
A new support group organized for amputees and their family members is the first of its kind to form on Long Island, planned and promoted by Syosset-Woodbury Chamber of Commerce member company Excel Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. Lisa Penziner, corporate special projects manager for Excel Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation started the amputee support group at Excel’s Lynbrook location. […]
It was an exceptionally good election campaign for Republican party candidates, as they dominated the election results earlier this month. Oyster Bay Town Supervisor, Joseph Saladino was reelected to his position as Town Supervisor and Steve Labriola was re-elected to the Town council along with candidates, Laura Maier and Vicki Walsh. Richard LaMarca and Jeff Pravato all earned victories in […]