'Rock scrambling run' honors late friend
With his dog, Penny, following his lead, Dave Gugerty scaled a large mound of rocks Thursday morning along the shoreline ...
Park a hidden gem in 'old-fashioned town'
D.R. Finley, 51, and his wife, Anne, own four adjacent businesses on Bayville Avenue in Bayville across from the Long Island Sound. The couple, who have four children, operate Bayville Adventure Park, an amusement park located at 8 Bayville Ave. that is converted into Bayville Scream Park in the fall and Bayville Winter Wonderland in the winter. They also own the adjacent arcade, Beaches & Cream ice cream parlor, and a full-service restaurant, The Shipwreck Tavern, that are opened year-round.
Seal spotted sunbathing on Bayville beach
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.
Cupcake queen finds recipe for success
Suzie Cakez Cupcakes marked its anniversary on Wednesday.
Bayville’s history, present all about water
Community journalist Tara Conry is headed back over the Bayville Bridge today as Newsday’s “Town Focus” of the community continues.
Bayville library brings storytime beachside
Weaving her way through the families lounging under umbrellas at Bayville’s West Harbor Beach Tuesday morning, librarian Jill Abbatangelo summons as many of them as she can over to the picnic area.
Bayville maintains sense of old and new
Today, Tara Conry is venturing west to the part of the neighborhood that locals refer to as “The Stands.”
Famous Bayville resident’s pastime: swimming nude
Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling, 65, is a stand-up comedian, radio host, actor and a former writer and radio personality for “The Howard Stern Show.” Martling, a native of East Norwich and a graduate of Oyster Bay High School, has lived in Bayville since 1976.
In summer, the 'Bayville shuffle' returns
Today kicks off Newsday’s five-day “Town Focus” in the waterfront village of Bayville. Although Bayville may be small -- only 1.5 square miles in size and home to roughly 6,600 residents -- there is plenty to see and do here, and there are quite a few characters.
History of Bayville
This story originally ran in “Long Island: Our Story” on Feb. 22, 1998 Beginnings: In 1658 Daniel Whitehead of Oyster ...