Opening Statements Begin In Ed Mangano Bribery TrialMangano is on trial along with his wife, Linda, and former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto.
Long Islanders Sue Over Health Concerns About New Cellphone TowersLong Island residents are raising health concerns as cellphone transmission equipment continues to be installed in many areas.
Oyster Bay Officials Hope Reseeding Project Will Boost Sustainability, EconomyThey clean the water, create a more durable coastline, and most find them delicious -- we're talking oysters.
FDNY Chief, Family Honored For Rushing To The Rescue of Drowning SwimmerOyster Bay officials honored an FDNY chief and his family on Tuesday, for saving the life of a swimmer who was drowning in the Long Island Sound.
Town Of Oyster Bay Employees Train To Use Narcan, Prevent Opioid OverdosesOne Long Island town is taking action as the national opioid crisis worsens in their community.
Former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor, 6 Others Charged In Corruption ProbeCorruption charges were filed Thursday against more than half a dozen officials and contractors in the Town of Oyster Bay on Long Island.
Oyster Bay Says 'Nyet' To Russian Request For Free Beach PassesA decades-long "good neighbor'' policy that granted more than 100 free beach passes each summer to Russian diplomats and their families has come to an end in Oyster Bay.
Nassau Police Union Head Considers Oyster Bay Town Supervisor SeatNassau County law enforcement police union president James Carver says Oyster Bay's high-profile corruption scandals have him eyeing the Town Supervisor position.
Analyst: Resignation Was Right Move For Indicted Oyster Bay Town SupervisorAn analyst said Wednesday that indicted Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto was doing the right thing by resigning.
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Announces Resignation Amid Corruption AllegationsIn a statement released Tuesday, John Venditto said he felt it was in the best interests of the town.
Premium Parking Lottery Proposed For LIRR PassengersOyster Bay wants to charge Long Island Rail Road passengers one hundred dollars a month for a guaranteed parking spot as part of what the town is calling a "premium parking spot lottery."
Retired L.I. Teacher Searches For Students Involved In 1963 Time CapsuleA retired Long Island teacher is on a mission, as the keeper of a time capsule buried by elementary school children more than 50 years ago.