Manuel Mingorance, former North Shore High School teacher and avid traveler, dies

Manuel Ruiz Mingorance, who taught foreign language at North Shore High School for more than 20 years, died on Nov. 16 at his home in Glen Head. He was 90. Mingorance was born in Granada, Spain, …

Holiday house tour in Sea Cliff inspires, aids the neediest

While many residents are trading in their turkeys for tinsel and are beginning to decorate for the holidays, some local homeowners have been hard at work since August. On Saturday, the …

Glenwood Landing teen flexes his film skills for the Nassau County Police Department

When Pierre Shashkin, 17, isn’t busy with his studies at North Shore High School, he’s perfecting his cinematography skills at Nassau BOCES Barry Tech, a career-education school in Garden City. …

Sea Cliff judge removed from Baldwinite’s case

The state’s Appellate Division removed a Nassau County Family Court judge from a case for taking an adversarial stance toward a Baldwin defendant who he tossed in jail. A four-judge panel said the …

Gift handmade goods for the holidays from North Shore artisans

In preparation for the seasonal shopping rush, Peace Soap Studio, in Sea Cliff, is offering a special Funky Holiday Boutique, featuring a holiday haul of handcrafted creations made by local artists …

Federal gov’t to probe New York American Water

The federal Government Accountability Office will investigate how New York American Water uses federal funds, as requested by U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer in August. Specifically, investigators will …

Single-use plastics ban passes in Sea Cliff

Continuing its efforts to protect the environment, the Sea Cliff village board has approved legislation banning the use of single-use food packaging and plastic straws, coffee stirrers and cutlery in …

Editorial

New course a good move for L.I. Marathon

Baldwin-based company Race Awesome is giving the Long Island Marathon the makeover that it deserves. The company has taken on the role of race director of the 2019 marathon . . .

Some personal notes on the 'perfect American'

I first heard the news that the Iraqi military had rolled into Kuwait on Aug. 3, 1990, the day after the invasion. I can’t forget that moment. I was watching over 9- and 10-year-old boys at the …

Op-Ed

Long Island needs apartments as well as homes

Whenever the discussion turns to Long Island real estate, someone is bound to bring up apartment buildings. People are usually for or against them. The same arguments have played out over the past 20 years . . .

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South Nassau Communities Hospital, Mount Sinai Health Systems officially partner

Representatives of South Nassau Communities Hospital and the Mount Sinai Health System were set to finalize a partnership at a news conference on Dec. 4. The merger makes South Nassau the Long Island …

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One last fawn at fall in Sea Cliff

Despite last week’s early snowfall, Sea Cliff is still glowing in the rich colors of late autumn. All around the village leaves are changing colors, plants are boasting vibrant shades of …