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Former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato, who rose from the Hempstead town council to become a U.S. senator from New York and one of the most powerful political figures in the country, has been … more
"This year, I’ll be munching on Thanksgiving dinner at a family Zoom meeting. We’ll virtually eat together and chat. At first, I was worried. How was I going to position my massive meal around my laptop without getting cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes all over the keyboard? Thankfully, I figured it out. I found compact versions of Thanksgiving dinners prepared by chefs in our local eateries. And so, I’m proud to present the first Thanksgiving Zoom meeting mini meals." more
North Shore Central School District Superintendent Dr. Peter Giarrizzo announced via the district website on Tuesday that North Shore High School will be closed from Nov. 4 to Nov. 16 due to four … more
Last weekend, the actors and props weren’t the scariest things at Bayville Scream Park, a popular Halloween destination in Bayville. It was the lack of social distancing and long wait times that left many park-goers frightened and frustrated. more
The coronavirus pandemic has made heroes of so many people across the North Shore. From health care workers to nonprofit volunteers and residents who have simply wanted to make a difference, people … more
Nina Popova spent her life in motion. As an infant, she fled the Bolsheviks. As a teen, she fled the Nazis. As an adult, she established herself as a world-class dancer, performing on Broadway, … more
North Shore High School student-athletes will have to wait until the new year to compete in sports. At an emergency meeting Aug. 26, a committee of Nassau County school superintendents voted to … more
The uncontested Sea Cliff village elections will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 15 from noon to 9 p.m. at the Sea Cliff Department of Public Works building on Altamont Avenue. An organizational meeting … more
To celebrate the first home game of the delayed North Shore Softball League season, Sea Cliff Mayor Edward Lieberman was invited to throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Aug. 16. Traditionally, … more
Recognizing the impact the coronavirus pandemic was having on the North Shore, Sea Cliff resident Jaime Teich decided that she had to help her community in any way she could. She started making masks … more
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