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November 11, 2005

  • News: SJBB Questions ZBA Variance

    The Save the Jewel by the Bay (SJBB) group is asking their supporters to attend the Thursday, Nov. 10 meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals that begins at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall hearing room. On the agenda is the request of Andrew Woodstock to create two houses at the location of 124 Summers Street. He had gotten a demolition permit from the Town of Oyster Bay and had the original house razed. The project was one of the four proposed by Town of Oyster Bay Planner David Portman of Frederick P. Clark Associates to be excluded from the current residential moratorium for the hamlet. FULL STORY

  • News: Upstairs, Downstairs Exhibit Opens

    The Earle-Wightman House, home to the Oyster Bay Historical Society has opened its new exhibit: An 'Upstairs, Downstairs' Look at Oyster Bay Estate Life. The exhibit is part of the series begun in 2000. Each series has been dedicated to eduating the public about the history of Oyster Bay. The first was the History of the Oyster Bay Historical Society followed by The Italian-American Experience in Oyster Bay in 2001; Recreation in Oyster Bay in 2002; the Art of Oyster Bay in 2003; the Architecture of Oyster Bay in 2004 and the current study, An 'Upstairs, Downstairs' Look at Oyster Bay Estate Life. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer News

    The Tornadoes played two games last weekend, Nov. 5 and 6. On Saturday they beat Garden City 3-1 in Garden City and on Sunday, they beat Merrick 5-2. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Community Kindness Ensures Kick-A-Thon Success

    It is the annual fundraising event for the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Police Activity League Martial Arts Program, which takes place each year on Oyster Fest Saturday. However, this year, due to other festival-related activities, the OB-EN PAL Program had to find an alternate site for this event. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of Chief Frank Ozol and the members of the Atlantic Steamer Fire Company, the students were able to kick the morning away in the meeting room of the firehouse. Chief Ozol said, "Several of our members have children who have been or who are in this (the martial arts) program, and we were all happy to help in any way we could." Sifu Andrew Hall, Instructor of the OB-EN program stated, "The Atlantic Steamers always seem to be doing something to help the community through fundraising events and their everyday dedication as volunteers. We really appreciate the support of the officers and membership." FULL STORY

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