Muttontown Garden Center Preserves Land

To the delight of residents from the greater Muttontown area, the community will not be losing a beloved agricultural center, but instead be gaining...

Long Island Remembers September 11

For many local residents, memorializing Long Island’s victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, goes beyond solemnly reading the names of those...

Nevin’s Hire Generates Controversy

More than an hour into the July 11 Oyster Bay Town Board meeting, Supervisor Joseph Saladino finally revealed the name of the person who...

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...

Eat At Plainview

Plainview is not known across the island as a dining destination—there is no downtown strip with rows of cutting-edge restaurants churning out fashionable cuisine...

Election 2016: 3rd Congressional District

Bipartisan Experience In Race By Betsy Abraham Jack Martins, the Republican candidate for the third district Congressional seat, said he knows he might be a new...

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,...

Suozzi Voted Democratic Nominee

With the soon-to-be vacant seat of retiring Third District Congressman Steve Israel up for grabs, five candidates went head-to-head for the opportunity to take...

Visioning Comes Into Focus

No matter how beautiful the renderings, and entrancing the visions, and clever the concepts, there were two worms in the apple. Traffic and parking. Those are...