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Kids got to practice their bicycle riding skills in the AAA Bike Rodeo at Glen Head Elementary School on April 29. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 195, Glen Head School PTO and North Shore Community Youth … more
Just a over week after state lawmakers proposed legislation aimed at lowering bills for New York American Water customers, Village of Sea Cliff officials have decided to take matters into their own … more
According to Arnold Sabino, house chairman of Glenwood Landing American Legion Post 336, the group is growing older, while its ranks have diminished. To attract new members, Post 336 will host “A … more
When Meryl Ann Butler studied in the art program at Syracuse University in the 1970s, she was ready to learn a great deal. She was not prepared to be told there was nothing they could teach her. … more
On Monday night at Sea Cliff Village Hall, the board of trustees revisited the public discussion about making Cliff Way — a road that leads to Sea Cliff Beach — one-way year-round. Residents once … more
After hearing the concerns of Glen Head and Sea Cliff residents about water rates at a public meeting last month, State Sen. Carl Marcellino and Assemblymen Michael Montesano and Edward Ra teamed up … more
It took many sleepless nights and long hours but the Kret family saw their vision come to fruition this summer. The Krets opened their family food market, the Polish Kitchen, located at 602 Glen Cove … more
Entering the final day of the Metropolitan Golf Association Open at the Hollywood Golf Club in Ocean Township, N.J., golf professional Joshua Rackley felt confident about his chances of winning. … more
The hundreds of people streaming into Point Lookout Park on Monday morning for a ceremony to dedicate the Town of Hempstead’s permanent 9/11 memorial passed through an arch at the front entrance, formed by two fire engines’ tower ladders and a massive American flag. The Point Lookout-Lido Fire Department erected the arch. more
After working in the financial services industry for 30 years, Glenwood Landing resident Thomas Cerna wasn’t thrilled with his line of work. When he reflected on the odd jobs he’d performed as a … more
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