Manganos Found Guilty On Federal Charges

This time, there was no mistrial. A federal jury convicted Ed and Linda Mangano of bribery and other federal charges on March 8. No sentencing date...

Alesia Leaves Term Early

Though her term was to have expired on Dec. 31 of this year, Town of Oyster Bay Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia of Plainview has resigned...

Bethpage Plume: Assurances And Doubts

Answers forthcoming, but slow pace of remediation riles residents Amidst the technical jargon and talk of volatile organic compounds with unpronounceable names, one question hovered...

Tackling Problems, All At One Time

The debt and the runaway spending have been addressed, though the consequences of past corruption still entangle the Town of Oyster Bay. Supervisor Joseph Saladino,...

Trending In The Garden

Throughout the fall, I have been perusing the gardening magazines and various gardening books checking on trends throughout the country. Our local landscapes are...

Historic Mural Seeks New Home

Michael DiBernardo distinctly remembers the first time his parents took him to Sears. He was around four years old and the first stop was...

Saladino Takes The Helm In Oyster Bay

The man who has climbed the highest peaks in Western Europe, New York State and the continental United States took on what might be...

A Night Out Against Crime

Community and cops come together at fair Undeterred by the rain, Nassau County law enforcement, elected officials and community members congregated outside the Broadway Commons...

LIU ‘Unifies’ Athletics Programs

By Betsy Abraham and Steve Mosco Long Island University’s announcement that it would unify its Post and Brooklyn athletic programs into a single NCAA Division...