Senator mulls state takeover of New York American Water

For his first town hall as a state senator on Feb. 28, Jim Gaughran invited community leaders and local, state and federal lawmakers to discuss New York American Water’s history on the North Shore …

Civic Progress dominates the slate in Sea Cliff election

Sea Cliff residents will soon vote to elect a mayor and two trustees to the village board in an election on March 19. This year three candidates from the Civic Progress party will run in an …

North Shore parents get schooled on mental health

Parents played students at an event on Monday in which they were invited to attend “classes” offering tips to help children struggling with mental health and resources to help build their …

Benefits and eligibility have changed, say VA reps

Local veterans were able to learn about their eligibility for a wide range of benefits during a Q&A forum with representatives from the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Nassau County …

Senator seeks tougher water law

State Sen. Jim Gaughran, a Democrat from Northport, has introduced legislation that would hold companies accountable for contaminating Long Island’s drinking water and ensure that the cost of …

Live from Sea Cliff, it’s ‘Still Partners Live!’

On any given night, Still Partners, a popular Sea Cliff gastropub, seems to radiate life. Live bands send music through the space, the notes intertwining with the chatter of diners who drag …

Editorial

Let’s celebrate women speaking truth to power

On Friday, many countries worldwide are commemorating International Women’s Day. Meanwhile, in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, all of March will be marked by . . .

Scott Brinton

Ode to the museum, font of creativity

I am a child, scavenging the halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan. I am 6 or 8 or 10; I can’t recall. Many of the world’s greatest works of art stare down at me. I am unimpressed. My eyes are fixed on the oak floor.

Randi Kreiss

Eventually, Michael Cohen did the right thing

During this long season of discontent with Donald Trump as candidate and then president and now target of multi-pronged state and federal investigations, I have done my bit to beat the drum of protest.

Op-Ed

Preparing your four-legged friends for the unexpected

In late January, one of our volunteer teams was called to a house fire in Mastic Beach. Approaching the damaged home on a freezing-cold morning, Red Cross blankets in hand, they saw an all-too-familiar scene . . .

HERALD NEIGHBORS

Parents paint aplenty in Glen Head

The district’s arts booster’s organization, North Shore Arts Angels, brought back a beloved fundraiser to the community: paint night. Parents and residents flocked to Ernesto’s …