Oceansiders weigh in on Trump’s first year

January 20, 2018 will mark the end of President Donald Trump’s first year in office. The Herald asked locals to reflect on the past year. Charlie Rawlinson, 72, a volunteer for the Oceanside …

Forgotten figures in Oceanside history

When Joseph E. Carmichael, supervising principal of the Oceanside Union Free School District No. 11 died suddenly on May 23, 1917, district’s the Board of Education quickly turned to The Rev. L. …

Feral felines bother businesses

Last June, protests erupted over the alleged mistreatment of a feral cat colony at the Ocean side Sanitation Transfer Station on Long Beach Road. Now, six months later, amid community efforts to …

Oceanside's South Nassau has an award-heavy 2017

Touting a successful year, South Nassau Communities Hospital earned top national awards and certifications from multiple independent organizations and outlets in a wide range of patient care …

Oceanside first graders learn ‘Big Ideas’

Between calling their high school facilitator, Zach, 16, silly nicknames like “Mr. Robot,” and “booger-man,” first graders at Oceanside’s School No. 3 wrestled with questions about the …

Jan. 11-17

Nearby things to do this week

Dream big pillow   The Whaling Museum of Cold Spring Harbor will be at the Oceanside Library on Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. to help you create your own “I Have a Dream” pillow …

Neighbors

College athletes pass on their skills to young players

The Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team held their second annual free basketball clinic at the Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community on the evening of Jan. 9. “We’re a local JCC and …