Getting Hicksville Online
The pastoral setting of Hicksville in the early to mid 1900's is a far cry from the semi-metropolis it has become today. Suburbanization conquered the farming landscape half a century ago with rows of homes, paved roads, and a shopping mall, and it's fair to say that in many ways Hicksville has become a different place.
Town Dems: Bond for New Cars is Waste of Money
After two months of relative peace between the Town of Oyster Bay's Republican majority and its newly elected minority, first-year Democratic councilpersons Anthony Macagnone and Bonnie Eisler held their first press conference earlier this week to protest the approval of bonding $370,000 to pay for the purchase of new town vehicles.
Ultramarathons to Challenge Local Runners
They are the fringe, the extremists, the folks at (and beyond) the outer limits of the running community, but for those who want to test themselves beyond the marathon distance of 26 miles, 385 yards that marks the ultimate accomplishment for most runners, the "ultramarathon" is what gets their juices flowing.
A Kind Word
Afterschool Safety Concerns