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Raynham Hall Museum marks an important landmark in this country's history and had it not been for George Washington's spy ring , we all might be drinking tea instead of coffee and speaking with a British accent. The brief back story is that the British came and took over the Townsend home, chopped down their orchards and billeted their troops there. Comment?
On Monday, Dec. 15, the Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously to repeal the School Zone Speed Camera Program. A flawed program from the beginning, the speed zone cameras were voted for by representatives from both parties from the state and the county. Comment?
Terrorism, shootings, senseless violence, disease. There's no lack of bad news in today's world and unfortunately, you don't have to look far to find another tale of death and destruction. Comment?
If you're looking for the perfect holiday gift for a young, imaginative person in your life, a local author's work might be just the thing. Carole P. Roman of Oyster Bay Cove has been finding a lot of success and fulfillment through writing children's books, a process that only began a few years ago and has turned her into a prolific author of more than 20 books in three separate series inspired by her four young grandchildren. Comment?
Joan A. Brandt of Oyster Bay. Born April 11, 1926. Died Sept. 28, 2014. Wife of Robert L. Brandt. Comment?
"Two-thirds of them come because of reading the book by Brian Kilmeade, George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved The American Revolution, and seeing the series 'Turn' on A&E," added Tom Valentine, docent, who keeps the list of visitors. Soon the series will include the story of Robert Townsend of Oyster Bay who was known as Culper, Jr. when he was a spy for George Washington. Comment?
Hard work paid off for local athletes Christine Grippo of Locust Valley, Kelly Pickard of Oyster Bay, Bernadette Winnubst of Locust Valley, Steven Quigley of Bayville, Catherine Soler of Oyster Bay, Maria Elinger of Oyster Bay, and Armand D'Amato of Oyster Bay Cove, each of whom won awards in a field of some of the best triathletes from all of Long Island and beyond in the 27th annual Runner's Edge - Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon, held in and around Oyster Bay's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park on Saturday morning, Aug. 23. Grippo earned top honors in the women's 30-34 age group with a time of 1 hour, 17 minutes, 36 seconds. Pickard scored first among the women in the 35-39 age group. Comment?
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