On April 22 the DEC announced that its waterfront access program was complete and open to the public. Things are also evolving on the south side of West End Avenue.
The group Piñata Express was born from the idea of the Human Rights Committee of the HCC who saw the need to find an answer to the economic crisis they are going through. HCC Programs Coordinator Adolpho Cepeda said, “We know of one family that was evicted, and people are losing construction jobs.”
The monument recognizes the sacrifices made by these men and women who have protected and defended our liberties. Special thanks go to the Nassau County Council Monument Committee members: Commander Pat Iuliucci, Sr. Vice Commander Peter Vitulli, Jr. Vice Commander John Hanley, Past State Commander Harry Wurth and Past County Commander Joseph Pascarella.
Local residents have seen stakes being put into the ground in the West Shore Road area, and a county source said what is currently happening is that the contractors are surveying the area, and the team is still working on a plan for the renovation of the road.
Once again Senator Carl L. Marcellino and the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to present the 6th Annual Health and Fitness Fair!
On Saturday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (rain date of May 17), Audrey Avenue in Oyster Bay will be the home to over 75 exhibitors as they demonstrate their specialties.
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Board of Education has adopted a budget of $47,367,428 representing a budget-to-budget increase of 3.65 percent. The actual tax levy increase is 2.80 percent after revenues are used to reduce the amount needed to be raised.
There are four candidates running for two seats on the board. They are Dr. Michael Castellano, Dolores Greico, James Mattel and Rod Olivero. Each was asked to send a bio and answer four questions on their candidacy. There were no size limitations and therefore they are of unequal length. Ms. Grieco, the incumbent, added detailed information for readers.
As a young girl from Franklin, Indiana, Judith Wasilchuk dreamt of becoming a doctor. She began her pre-medical school concentration as an undergraduate, but her parents informed her that since there were three children in the family to send to college, medical school was out of the picture. A resourceful woman, Wasilchuk redirected her attention to other majors, including economics, biology, and French, the former of which led to her position as an auditor in a bank.
On a chilly overcast day in London, England 40 years ago, the world’s most popular band, the Beatles, performed as a group for the last time in public. What followed were years of court battles and bitter feelings pitting Paul McCartney against the other three Beatles. The public’s love for the Beatles never subsided in all those 40 years since. The borderline obsession with the Beatles is apparent today. Even after the deaths of George Harrison and John Lennon, the surviving Beatles are constantly being asked if there will ever be a Beatle reunion. It took a memorial concert for guitarist George Harrison to get Paul and Ringo to agree to perform on stage together. So, what could get the two remaining Beatles to perform together at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 4 of this year?
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