Glass Half Empty

Green group warns of toxins, district says water is safe to drink A report by the Farmingdale-based Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE) reveals elevated...

New Supervisor Fills Top-Level Posts

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino tabbed Columbia Law School grad and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Nocella to the post of town...

Congressman Suozzi Hosts Town Hall

There’s one thing for sure—love him or hate, him, President Donald J. Trump has gotten more American citizens involved in politics than any other...

Senators Urge EPA Action

Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand recently called on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to prioritize and accelerate the risk evaluation for...

Education Assist

Tutor Doctor enriches the education of students in various subjects—and it also enriches the lives of local teachers. The in-home tutoring company recently ran a...

Buckle Up Your Greenbelt

Now that we’re almost one month into 2017, it’s time to finally set those New Year’s resolutions in motion. For many, an improvement in...

Town Kicks Off Reading Program

Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia (center) recently hosted the kick-off to the annual "One Town, One Book: Oyster Bay Reads" program held...

State Holds Grumman, Navy Liable

Cleaning up the so-called Bethpage Plume will cost hundreds of millions and can take up to two centuries. That’s the conclusion from a report commissioned...

Digging In For National Ice Cream Month

The Broadway from Eddie’sIce cream is synonymous with summer, so it’s only natural that July would be National Ice Cream month. There are plenty...

D’Arrigo Brothers Funds Paws Of War For Service Dogs For Veterans

D’Arrigo Brothers presents $15,000 check to Paws of War to underwrite the cost of providing a service dog to assist local veterans Gabriela D’Arrigo of...