by Niall Fitzgerald The issue of downtown parking, and the building of new apartment blocks in downtown Huntington, has divided the race for Huntington Town Supervisor. Councilman Ed Smyth authored the Town law that limits construction of new apartment buildings in the downtown areas of the Town of Huntington: Huntington Village; Cold Spring Harbor; Centerport; Greenlawn; and East Northport. Smyth, who has served one four-year term on the Town Board, is the Republican nomine
By Chris O’Neill Oyster Bay parents who are interested in enrolling their children in the town's popular pre-school program for three and four-year-olds are invited to attend an Open House at one of the Town’s two public pre-schools, located at the Syosset-Woodbury and Marjorie Post Community Parks. "The Town's Pre-School Program offers a positive environment for each student to help and encourage children’s love of learning,” stated Oyster Bay Councilwoman Michele Johnson. “
By Rupert Deedes New York State's largest hospital corporation fired 1,400 hospital and nursing home workers in New York this week, spawning protests at local hospitals, and at the Northport home of Michael Dowling, the President of Northwell Health. Dowling is a close political ally of ousted former Governor Andrew Cuomo, and issued the order that anyone not vaccinated with the Covid vaccines - regardless of whether they had previously had Covid and thus had natural immunit
Supervisor Joe Saladino and his teammates on the Oyster Bay Town Board - Michele Johnson, Lou Imbroto, and Thomas Hand - have done great things - once thought to be impossible.
When Saladino took over just four years ago, the Town suffered from low bond ratings, huge environmental challenges, and whole departments that were deeply dysfunctional.
But Saladino and his new Town Board refused to accept that. He launched a whirlwind of reforms that literally changed
By Priya Persaud The Town of Oyster Bay has launched an “Abandoned Property/Zombie Home Registry,” to identify and identify vacant houses that create an unsafe environment within the Town. Currently, vacant homes, otherwise known as “zombie” homes, are a subject of high scrutiny on Long Island. Vacant houses can attract rodents, vagrants, drug dealing, crime, and create unsafe environments within residential areas. Staff employed by the town are engaged in trying to identify,
By Nolan Cleary A Glen Cove man with a long “rap sheet” for guns and drugs has received a fresh federal prison sentence of 13 years. Ira Hall - who goes by the nickname "The Streets" - plead guilty to distributing illegal drugs and weapons, while also claiming responsibility for selling opioids, in Glen Cove. Hall was charged with dealing drugs to a local victim who later died from a drug overdose. In another incident last year, Hall was arrested dealing cocaine outside the