NYAW customers in Sea Cliff, Glen Head hung out to dry

At around 6 a.m. on June 7, as residents of Sea Cliff and Glen Head prepared for the day, they discovered low water pressure in their sinks and showerheads. In some homes, discolored, sediment-ridden …

Coast Guard art makes a splash in Glen Cove

For the next three months, the North Shore Historical Museum in Glen Cove will be home to a series of works from the Coast Guard Art Program, a national project that utilizes fine art as a tool to …

A touch of teal and tasty food at Tappen Beach

A bright blue bungalow has popped up on the shores of Tappen Beach, just in time for the summer. Inside, the dedicated staff of Blu Iguana, a new restaurant that opened Memorial Day weekend, is …

Young journo from Sea Cliff works the Drama Desk Awards

It’s not every day that a high school student finds herself working on a red carpet, photographing celebrities such as Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels as they make their way into a prestigious awards …

Suozzi proposes refuge rename in Oyster Bay

On West Harbor Beach in Bayville, waves crashed on the sand and the smell of saltwater was thick in the gentle wind. In the distance, an osprey sang a one-note melody. This was the scene last …

The passing of the tongs in Sea Cliff

After 35 years of serving Sea Cliff’s seniors, the head chefs of the Mutual Concerns Committee’s senior lunch program are handing in their aprons. Longtime residents Maryann Tuminello, 73, and …

National Guard sergeant vilifies vaping in North Shore

By Alyssa Seidman aseidman@liherald.com A large spark. An explosion. A puff of black smoke. These factors are the common beginnings of an electrical fire, as well as what occurs if a vaping …

Editorial

Stop politicizing the fight against MS-13

Bodies started turning up in South Shore parks and woodlands in the past year and a half: teenagers hacked to death with machetes or shot in the face by members of the ruthless El Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13.

Jerry Kremer

A new era in politics, or more of the same?

Since the beginning of this year, the media has been dominated by stories about corruption by public servants. There have been four headline-grabbing trials to date . . .

Randi Kreiss

Vets at the mercy of the commander in chief

It does matter that on Memorial Day, President Trump tweeted, “Happy Memorial Day! Those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today.” It matters because . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

U.S.-China relationship is reaching a critical point

A lot of attention is being paid these days to America’s relationship with China. And for good reason, because China must decide whether it will be a partner to the U.S. or an adversary.

HERALD SCHOOLS

Glenwood Landing's K-kids learn science from the big kids

As the school year begins to wind down, teachers at North Shore High School have an opportunity to cover topics not typically covered in their common class curriculum. Nancy Cunningham, a biology …