New members appointed to Town’s Ethics Board

The Oyster Bay Town Board recently appointed Matthew Vitucci of Syosset and Theodore Kopczynski Jr. of Sea Cliff as the newest members of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Board of Ethics. “We welcome Matthew and Theodore to the Board of Ethics and thank them both for volunteering their time to best serve the public,” said Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor […]

Oyster Festival to return this fall after hiatus

After a two year hiatus, the East Coast’s largest waterfront festival will return this fall to the streets of Oyster Bay. Supervisor Joseph Saladino, his colleagues on the Town Board and organizers and sponsors of the 39th Oyster Festival announced the return of the iconic seaside festival this October 15th and 16th. Supervisor Saladino, together with Councilwoman Michele Johnson, Councilman […]

Town, restaurants launch shell recycling effort

The Town of Oyster Bay and local restaurant owners have announced an innovative new shell recycling initiative to strengthen the local marine environment. Under this program, the Town seeks partnerships with local restaurants and other entities to collect oyster and clam shells from dinner plates and kitchen preparation tables. Town aqua-culturists regularly pickup shells from local partners and deliver them […]

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Syosset company sponsors race to aid food bank

On Thursday July 14, there was a gathering at the EisnerAmper office in Syosset, NY to celebrate the life of a longtime runner and present a donation to Long Island Cares – The Harry Chapin Food Bank. The Neil Chadderton Memorial EisnerAmper 4 Mile Race to Feed Long Island was held on March 13 in Eisnenhower Park on an unusually […]

Summer fun at the Boys and Girls Club

Another summer of fun has begun at the Boys & Girls Club of Oyster Bay-East Norwich.  The Club is committed to providing quality programs for youth of all ages.  Summer programs, focused on social recreation and interaction, are carefully selected to keep summer campers engaged and active throughout the day. “Water Fun Day” a favorite of campers, is happening twice […]

Running Club presents donation

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Town honors Gold Award Girl Scouts

The Town of Oyster Bay recently joined with Girl Scouts of Nassau County CEO Rande Bynum to honor Girl Scouts who have achieved their Gold Award. “We are so proud to honor such distinguished young women. The Gold Award acknowledges the power behind each Girl Scout’s dedication to not only bettering herself but committing to make the world a better […]

Town announces winners of Patriotic Home contest

The Town of Oyster Bay has announced the winners of the Town’s American Spirit Home Decorating Contest, which invited residents to express their patriotism and American spirit by decorating their homes in red, white and blue around the holiday. The Town also illuminated Town Hall in those colors. “This contest unites our community through patriotism and love while supporting our local […]

Plainview store must pivot because of camp’s Covid protocols

Business has gotten very stressful for Dani Liberman, owner of Kidcessories at Sugar Crazy in Plainview. She said that the store has had to pivot on their custom-made care package’s for campers across the tri-state area, because of Covid-19 protocols at sleep-away camps. “Many of the sleep-away camps have once again canceled their parent visitation days because of the rise […]

Heart and Sole race to raise funds for hospital

This Sunday, July 17, hundreds of runners, walkers, and adaptive athletes will take to the streets for this time-honored 5K race in the spirit of serving an amazing cause. This race is in its 19th year. Supported by the officers from Nassau’s 2nd Precinct and EMS services from Plainview Fire Department, athletes will take off on foot from Plainview-Old Bethpage […]

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