Around L.I. Regatta sails into Sea Cliff with steam

Down a rickety dock at the Sea Cliff Yacht Club, a pair of motorboats named the Iliad and the Odyssey bobbed in Mosquito Cove, waiting to transport maritime enthusiasts to the finish boat, …

North Shore youth rally for gun control

Members of the Long Island chapter of Students Against Gun Violence, which was formed in the aftermath of the deadly high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., to advocate for gun control, were joined …

Sculptor welds old pieces into eclectic art

Concealed behind the guise of a green fence and a pale-yellow cabin, is the studio of Glen Head sculptor Thomas Malloy. Just steps away from the train station, Malloy’s salvage yard is a maze of …

Who owns North Shore’s roads?

In April of 2017, as Yvette Rannou drove down Glen Cove Road, on her way to her Sea Cliff home from an appointment in Hempstead, she noticed something strange. When she crossed the road’s …

Local retailers push to level the online playing field

Following a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, some business owners are calling for state legislation that they say would level the playing field between in-state and out-of-state online retailers. …

Making Naval middies feel at home in Glen Head

The 42nd Around Long Island Regatta, hosted by Sea Cliff Yacht Club, is set to sail into Hempstead Harbor this Saturday. It will draw a fleet of boats, cruisers and other floaters from across the …

Legislator taking hard look at NYAW

After a report by the state Department of Public Service revealed that New York American Water, a private water utility that services more than 120,000 residents in Nassau County, had intentionally …

The North Shore feasts it up with St. Rocco

For 43 years, Glen Cove has been the home of the Feast of St. Rocco’s, a celebration of Italian-American heritage. The five-day event, which locals describe as the largest annual event in Glen …

Shot Callers win softball championships

The Shot Callers, one of Glen Cove’s four women’s softball teams, are the champions of the summer season. Last Wednesday, they went up against the K.C. Gallaghers in the finals, ultimately …

HERALD NEIGHBORS

Kids in Sea Cliff recycle today for a better tomorrow

The sheer disgust that spread across the children’s faces when they saw trash dispersed on their beloved Sea Cliff Beach was unmistakable. “We have to clean up the beach or the animals will go …

Editorial

Lawmakers must address corruption in their ranks

With the reconviction of former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and the sentencing of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in July, we are left with the lingering question . . .

Scott Brinton

These Stoneman Douglas survivors really got to me

Journalists are a hard-bitten lot. Internalize the emotions of your stories and you could end up jaded and angry, or worse, a drug addict. That would be good for no one. As a reporter, you record …

Randi Kreiss

Doubling down on the Trump brand embargo

Last week, more than a day late and certainly more than a dollar short, Ivanka Trump announced the closing of her clothing company. She is so not the role model for the average American working woman, and her bottom line . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Are Russia and Israel the secret to dealing with Iran?

When Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, ominously warned the U.S. last week that “war with Iran is the mother of all wars and peace with Iran is the mother of all peace,” he opened himself to . . .