Sea Cliff shops spread the love for Valentine’s Day

To commemorate the loveliest day of the month, business owners in the village have dedicated a week to spreading the love by offering deals and discounts to Sea Cliff shoppers. What began as a …

Retreat to help North Shore residents feel ‘revitalized and renewed’

While facilitating workshops at the Omega Institute retreat center in upstate Rhinebeck, Sea Cliff resident Stefanie Lipsey was inspired to bring a retreat of her own to the North Shore. …

Sewage source still a mystery at Glen Cove beach

State and county officials are renewing their effort to solve the mystery of sewage contamination at Crescent Beach in Glen Cove, which has been closed for nine years because no one is precisely sure …

Sea Cliff Village board cites strategy plan, Grievance Day protocol

The Sea Cliff Village Board met on Monday for its monthly conference meeting. Trustees reviewed two points of discussion brought up at the last public comment meeting on Jan. 8. At that meeting, …

Fundraiser at Glen Cove Senior Center to help Puerto Rico

“These two hurricanes were among the strongest to ever hit Puerto Rico,” said Lucy Van Horn, former activities coordinator for the Glen Cove Senior Center. Her parents came from opposite sides of …

Storytelling digital platform that can help save lives

Northwell Health is trying something new with the launch of The Well. The new website “is a health-focused editorial platform committed to promoting wellness,” says the healthcare network, that …

Urging residents to ‘smell the flowers’

Last month, Laura Curran named seven new agency leaders as she took over the county executive’s office, and one of them was former Sea Cliff Mayor Eileen Krieb. “I felt that with my wealth of …

Editorial

A shifting vision of black America

Perhaps no show on American television addresses the perilous times in which we find ourselves more vividly than ABC’s “Black-ish,” which . . .

Brian Stieglitz

Finding common ground between faiths

When he returned to the U.S. after World War II, my grandpa, Vincent Pastore, sometimes sifted through the nightmarish memories that I could never fully understand by simply regarding his Purple Heart.

Randi Kreiss

Trump’s lies will trump his achievements

We are watching the Trump presidency under siege from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and each of us has to decide whether . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Build the wall, and leave a door

Thank goodness for the recent Congressional action averting an extended federal government shutdown. It looks like enough moderate Republican and Democratic lawmakers may have finally reached a critical mass . . .

Herald Neighbors

Sea Cliff’s got talent!

The Sea Cliff theatre was teeming with talent-filled tots on Feb. 2 for the elementary school’s Jamboree. Students had the chance to show their stuff during the annual talent show. Children …

Herald Neighbors

Glen Head school enjoys games and grub

Last Friday, Glen Head Elementary students and their families were treated to a special night of food and fun. The Glen Head Parent Teacher Organization sponsored Game Night in the middle school …

Column: Seidman Says

Plunging, freezing and living life to the fullest

Every Super Bowl Sunday since 2012 has been nothing short of average for me. I’m a pseudo sports fan who only succumbs to the chaos of fandom when the Giants or the Mets are doing miraculously …