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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
“When Covid-19 hit, survival intuition became important for everyone because individual lives and livelihoods were immediately at stake,” said Bianca Baldwin, head of admissions and … more
Town of Hempstead officials, along with members of Northwell Health, announced Friday the launch of Covid-19 mobile testing locations. The initiative is intended to provide increased testing to … more
Since owners Dan Roth and Ray Capone took over the Still Partners restaurant and bar in 2013, it has been a fixture in downtown Sea Cliff. The gastropub, on Sea Cliff Avenue, is known for its upscale … more
Gyms throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, can reopen as soon as Aug. 24, following inspection by local authorities, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today. Facilities … more
The Sea Cliff Farmers Market, which began in 2014 utilized the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sea Cliff as its home for five years. Providing a space for local artisans to sell a myriad of … more
School districts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with rest of the state, will be allowed to reopen for in-person instruction, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Aug. 7. He said he based his … more
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