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As my fourth day in Bayville for Newsday’s “Town Focus” comes to an end, it’s become clear to me just how close-knit the community really is. The connections that exist among residents are almost unbelievable.
For those familiar with the “six degrees of Kevin Bacon” game, I’d venture to say that you could probably play something similar here in Bayville, linking any one resident to any other...Read more »
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano;'s administration will offer a series of community forums with a panel of experts on substance abuse treatment, recovery, criminal justice and law enforcement, answering questions on dealing with those close to you who have a substance abuse problem.
“You can get your loved one help and hope by attending one of our community forums,” Mangano said in a...Read more »
"Fox and Friends" host Brian Kilmeade spent some time outside Fox News Studios in Manhattan on Wednesday morning, showing off some old college soccer skills.
It was far from a normal day on set for Kilmeade, a Massapequa native. During the show, the former C.W. Post Pioneers soccer player was presented with the NCAA Division II Lifetime Achievement Award.
The award was in honor...Read more »
A public hearing on a proposed industrial building in Port Washington is expected to draw a crowd of residents in opposition at Thursday night’s North Hempstead Town Board meeting.
The plan calls for rezoning about five acres of town-owned land on West Shore Road from residential to industrial for the headquarters of Dejana Industries, which proposes to build a terminal headquarters at the...Read more »
As the first visitor to Stehli Beach in Bayville arrived around 9 a.m. Thursday, lifeguards Haydon Taylor and Eamonn Boyd made their way to the lifeguard stand to assume their post. That’s when they discovered that there was already a bathing beauty that slipped in before they arrived.
Directly in front of the lifeguard stand, a large, gray, harbor seal was basking in the sunshine a few feet...Read more »
No strangers to a heat wave, 15 puppies rescued from an overcrowded Grand Bahama animal shelter have been enjoying their relocation to Long Island, playing in kiddie-pools this week at the East End shelter that rescued them.
The dogs were brought to the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton for veterinary attention and to be put up for adoption. They were flown in from the overcrowded Humane Society...Read more »
The century-old Carnegie Library found a permanent home yesterday — roughly 300 feet away in the same parking lot where it has sat since last summer.
The 2,300-square-foot historic building, which has been unoccupied for years, was moved from behind Suffolk County District Court and placed next to the structure near the corner of West Main Street and West Avenue.
“The fact that we can...Read more »
The Long Beach City Council reduced the citywide speed limit to 30 mph in a unanimous vote Tuesday night.
The city previously allowed speed up to 35 mph on sections of two of its main thoroughfares, Long Beach Boulevard and East Park Avenue.
The speed limit reduction does not apply to streets where the limit is already less than 30 mph, city officials said.
City officials said...Read more »
Legislation requiring new standards for those who install and maintain residential pools and spas and mandating stiffer penalties for those who break those regulations was signed into law Wednesday by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone.
Bellone was joined with Legis. William Spencer (D-Centerport) at a Halesite home to announce the county’s pool safety and consumer protection program,...Read more »
Ariel Bergman, 13, of Bellmore, sat in the middle of her surfboard on the Atlantic Ocean wrapped in a life jacket, waiting for the next wave.
Treading water next to her was surf instructor Brian Olson, 29, who also served as an extra pair of eyes; Bergman is visually impaired and it was her first time out on the water to surf. Her father, Brian Bergman, 46, watched from the sandy Long Beach...Read more »