March 23, 2007

  • News: John Hammond Pens a New Guide to The Historic Cemeteries of Oyster Bay

    Oyster Bay Town Historian John Hammond has written another book. Supervisor John Venditto made the announcement that the town now has available a guide for genealogists entitled Historic Cemeteries of Oyster Bay. Mr. Hammond said, "My phone has been going crazy after an article by Bill Beyer in the Sunday, March 18 issue of Newsday." The book is only available by calling him at his office in town hall. FULL STORY

  • News: OBCA Puts on a New Face

    Oyster Bay Civic Association President Marie Knight handed the gavel to new President William Von Novak as the March 15 meeting opened. He in turn presented the longtime civic leader with a bouquet of red roses. Ms. Knight, now the president emeritus, has been looking for her successor as president of the civic association and called Mr. Von Novak a great person for the job, and a gentleman. His wife, the late Ellen Von Novak, was the OBCA secretary. Mr. Von Novak has retired from his job as assistant superintendent of schools in Bay Shore. His three children attended the Oyster Bay School District. His son went to Chaminade High School after eighth grade. His two daughters graduated from Oyster Bay High School. He is presently chair of the Bay Shore Family Health Center. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Kirsty Stearns and Kate Harrison Scoring on Greyhound BB Team

    It's a great time for the Greyhounds basketball team at Moravia College where freshman Kate Harrison (Cold Spring Harbor High School) and Kirsty Stearns (Oyster Bay High School) play on the team and room together. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Reflecting on a Stellar Season

    The Locust Valley High School girls' basketball team ended their incredible run with a Nassau County Small Schools Championship against Friends Academy before falling to Wyandanch in the Long Island Championship Game. But history was made along the way: the team's accomplishments make them the first in Locust Valley history to win the girls' County Championship. Kim Brennan also left her mark during the season by scoring point number 2,000 along the way. She is one of only five players in County history to ever reach that milestone during their high school career. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: John Hubbard Knows Oyster Bay
  • Opinion: Oyster Bay Civic Association Right on Target with Topic

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