While You Were Away 22-23

A bit of breezy chat about the island’s happenings from Labor Day 2022 through Memorial Day 2023

How it all began: A wise, unknown soul once

Endless Summer Covers

Inspired by a quest for never-ending days by the sea, here at The SUN we’ve created this “Endless Summer” edition, which offers a fun, creative format for your viewing pleasure.

Lou Booth & HER Story

by Anita Hirsch

You may be familiar with the Lou Booth Ampitheater on 2nd and Ocean Ave. in North

Scully’s Beach Grill

They never realized they were making history, just hot dogs and burgers!

Sisters Barbara, Dottie and Kathy

True Story from the Summer of 1960 at the Carousel Motel

by Dave MacDonald

At the request of my lifelong friends, Bob and Ralph Johnson, I’d like to capture some

Five Miles of Smiles May-June 22

There are hundreds of languages in the world, but a smile speaks them all :-)

Each issue of The Sun has hundreds of Smiles!

Mary Rosenello ~ A Life Well Lived by the Sea

“A long life may not be good enough but a good life is long enough.” ~ Irish Proverb

The Rosenello family on the

The Construction of Hereford Inlet Lighthouse

The oldest known photo of Hereford

A deed was signed on July 7, 1873 between the owners, Humphfrey

McMonagle’s on 7th St. ~ Found Photos

by Dorothy McMonagle Kulisek

Joe & Diane McMonagle 7th St. beach... those were the happiest days of their lives

The Oatmeal Club

The Oatmeal Club, with oatmeal being synonymous with morning, meets every summer Saturday morning at 3rd & JFK between 8am and 9am