Hicksville Athletic Center is new home of mural

November 11, 2018 by  

A historic mural that was once mounted on the wall of a Sears store in Hicksville has been saved, and remounted at the Hicksville Athletic Center, much to the satisfaction of the community.

G. Hunter Jones, an [Read more]

Food-themed fundraiser coming to Hicksville area

October 15, 2018 by  

The Taste of Hope is coming to the Hicksville area soon, giving attendees the chance to win auctions, raffles, and more, as they raise money for the benefit of CN Guidance & Counseling Services. Hicksville residents might be [Read more]

Hicksville parking alternatives receive positive feedback

September 19, 2018 by  

The Long Island Rail Road parking garage in Hicksville closed recently for repairs, but the Town of Oyster Bay is running shuttle buses to outlying parking lots, and the effort seems to be [Read more]

Hicksville garage to be repaired

August 12, 2018 by  

The Hicksville garage, located near the Long Island Rail Road station, offers 1,441 parking spaces, but has had problems since it opened in 2011. [Read more]

Registration now open for CreatingSTEAM program

July 7, 2018 by  

We Connect The Dots is a non-profit organization that supports education in the STEAM and STEM subjects. For the fifth year in a row, it is offering its CreatingSTEAM course in Old Westbury, a few miles from Hicksville.

The course is [Read more]

Industrial project coming to Hicksville

June 14, 2018 by  

A new industrial project in Hicksville can begin, now that the approvals process is complete. Sanders Equities plans to build an industrial building comprising 43,000 square feet on West John Street. The site is approximately three acres in [Read more]

New Afghan restaurant to open in Hicksville

May 19, 2018 by  

Main Bakhtar Halal, a chain of Afghan restaurants, is getting set to open a location in Hicksville, taking over the premises recently occupied by the Mediterranean restaurant Miraj Healthy Grill.

With its [Read more]

Hicksville teacher awarded Fulbright to visit Peru

April 25, 2018 by  

Phillip Moshoyannis, who has been teaching in Hicksville for 23 years, was recently awarded a Fulbright for a year of study, including three weeks in Peru.

Moshoyannis was one of [Read more]

Hicksville seeks grant money

March 11, 2018 by  

New York State is preparing to award $10m in grant money, and Oyster Bay officials want a part of the funding to go to revitalizing downtown Hicksville. HKS Architects, based in New York City, is consulting on the project. Associate principal Erik Wood said [Read more]

Hicksville considers projects for redeveloping downtown

February 14, 2018 by  

Hicksville developers and planners have suggested 23 projects to revitalize the city’s downtown, a number of efforts that would cost approximately $230m or more.

Ten million is already available, thanks to [Read more]

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