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October 14, 2005

  • News: Oyster Festival 2005: Old-Fashioned Food and Fun for All

    Welcome to the 22nd Annual Oyster Festival the weekend of Oct. 15 and 16 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the hamlet of Oyster Bay, along Audrey Avenue, Spring Street and at the town's Theodore Roosevelt Waterfront Park. Oyster Festival 2005 is destined to offer something for everyone. FULL STORY

  • News: Oyster Bay Hamlet Is Test Site for Change

    As the first civic group in the Town of Oyster Bay to organize to stop the "urbanization of suburbia", the moratorium proposed by the Save the Jewel by the Bay will be the first of a town-wide attempt to preserve the character and quality of life in the township. That announcement was made by Town Supervisor John Venditto at the Sept. 27 town board meeting to the applause of civic leaders from Oyster Bay, Syosset, Massapequa, Glenwood Landing and Glen Head. FULL STORY

  • News: Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge Makes Nation's Most Endangered Refuges List

    The Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge is being polluted by storm water runoff and sewage discharge from boats, as well as inadequate on-site septic systems, according to a new report released by Defenders of Wildlife. New York's Oyster Bay NWR is among ten wildlife refuges listed in Refuges at Risk: America's Ten Most Endangered National Wildlife Refuges 2005, released in advance of National Wildlife Refuge Week, October 9-15. FULL STORY

  • Sports: OB-EN Soccer Kids Beat Hurricane Katrina

    Last week, my family participated in an effort to help the poor victims of Hurricane Katrina. It was brought to our attention that there were communities of people who had no other option but to leave everything they had behind and walked to areas that had less damage. They walk 69 miles from New Orleans to Baton Rouge. They went seeking shelter from small churches and parishes. These churches opened up their arms to shelter them but had very little to begin with. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Oyster Bay Roughriders Peanuts Undefeated

    The Oyster Bay Roughriders Peanuts are playing more like giants this season. Undefeated so far with three wins and a tie, these scrappy 5- and 6-year-olds seem invincible on the football field. Their offense has been strong with wins over Plainedge [21-14], West Hempstead [35-7] and the Seaford Stallions [21-14]. Equally impressive was the Roughriders‚ defense when the team fell behind for the first time this season in the first half against Seaford. The defensive lines created what seemed like a brick wall for the remainder of the game, robbing their opponents of even the slightest yard gains. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Town Supervisor's Oyster Festival Kilometer Run Features New Course

    The 2005 Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor's Oyster Festival 5 Kilometer Run will feature a new and exciting course that has the entire Long Island running community buzzing ... and which will also eliminate any possibility of logistical conflict between the Run and the Oyster Festival itself. The run will be held on Saturday morning, Oct. 15, starting at 9 p.m. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Oyster Festival Benefits Many
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