Levittown Science Olympiad students make their marks

Despite the pandemic, Levittown Science Olympiad teams from Division Avenue High School and General Douglas MacArthur High School have had a successful year. The teams earned spots in the Science Olympiad Nassau East Regional Competition and the New York State Tournament. Students from both teams prepared for the regional and state tournaments by participating in invitational competitions during the school […]

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Bethpage seniors show off their postgraduate plans

Town to hold ‘Salute to Veterans’ event July 13th

The Town of Oyster Bay is seeking to honor veterans as part of the annual Veterans Awards Ceremony, and nominations are currently being sought. The ceremony will take place as part of the Town’s “Salute to Veterans” event featuring Lee Greenwood, which is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, July 13, at 7:30 pm at TOBAY Beach. Residents are invited […]

Summit Lane students celebrate dance during brain break

First graders in Tracy Smith’s class at Summit Lane Elementary School recently participated in a special brain break which incorporated International Dance Day and Cinco de Mayo. Ms. Smith taught her students how to do the Mexican Hat Dance in the classroom. The class learned that this particular dance would usually be a partner dance but they were excited to learn the steps […]

Last chance to pay school taxes

To assist property owners who missed the May 10th deadline for paying their 2020-2021 school taxes, Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes Jeffrey Pravato reminds residents they can still pay the bill by June 1st with a State-mandated 2% late payment penalty while avoiding additional interest and fees from accruing on their property. Late payers should immediately contact the Tax […]

Free summer drive-in movie series

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board announce the return of drive-in movies this summer at various Town facilities in July and August. The ‘Movies by Moonlight’ series is once again limited to residents only on a first-come, first-served basis. “Residents and families looking for a fun night need look no further than their backyards this summer […]

Students, officials rally to stop Asian hate crimes

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino joined with the Long Island Chinese American Association and Syosset area students to “Rally Together to Stop Asian Hate” on Sunday, May 16th. This rally took place days after the Syosset Central School District said it is investigating an allegation of racial harassment in a middle school. Supervisor Saladino stated, “Our strength lies in […]

Free ‘Music Under the Stars’ drive-in concerts

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board are excited to announce the return of the ‘Music Under the Stars’ Summer Concert series for Town residents this summer at TOBAY Beach. The 2021 drive-in series kicks off on July 6th and will feature a wide variety of genres ranging from country to rock, providing free family fun for […]

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LIU professor visits Bethpage scholars

Dr. John Lutz from the Long Island University High School Scholars Program was a guest lecturer for Karen Livingston’s and Ben Whittemore’s college English courses at Bethpage High School on May 10. During his visit, he was interviewed by Bethpage High School News anchors Angela LaRusso and James Jensen for a segment on the daily program. Dr. Lutz also met […]

Free beach permits for eligible vehicles

The Town of Oyster Bay has announced the availability of the Town’s Green Pass Beach Parking Permit for Town residents who drive clean pass eligible vehicle.  In order to qualify for the Green Pass Beach Parking Permit, which comes at no cost to eligible residents, the hybrid or alternative vehicle must be clean pass eligible. “As the weather gets warmer […]