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South Nassau Communities Hospital has named board member and Manhattan-based real estate management and investment executive Anthony Ponte and long-time facility and planning leader Bill Ulrich as co-honorees of its 35th annual golf outing on May 20. more
Former Malverne High School varsity football coach and special education teacher Dr. Ken Leistner spent most of his life making others the best they could be. When Leistner spoke to the Herald in the … more
“We do things a little bit differently here,” Pastor Henry Anderson of the Windsor Avenue Bible Church explained when trying to describe the atmosphere parishioners experience at the church. more
Springtime fun was in the air at the First Presbyterian Church in Oceanside on April 6 as families took part in the Easter Funday celebration. more
Former longtime Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 employee Joe Samoles announced that he is challenging Tom Lanning for a seat on the board of commissioners in the June 20 election. more
As the Long Island Power Authority continues to seek a reduction in its property-tax payments on four National Grid-operated power plants — including the E.F. Barrett Generation Station — Island Park residents met with a Northport-based coalition on April 11 to protest the efforts, which would significantly raise taxes in the communities. more
Roughly 275 people circulated through the banquet hall at O’Connell Gardens in Oceanside to gather information from more than 35 vendors who had tables set up around the perimeter of the room as Herald Community Newspapers presented its second Senior Health Expo on April 11. more
Darab Lawyer and Vanessa Ambrosecchia were honored at the Century 21 American Homes Awards Gala at Chateau Briand in Carle Place on March 27. more
Dr. William Reszelbach, a child of Holocaust survivors, will speak at the Oceanside Library on April 25 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. more
Children in kindergarten through fourth grade are invited to an Earth Day celebration at the Island Park Public Library on April 22 from 11 a.m. to noon. more
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