As North Shore middle and high school students pass through their hallways, making their way from class to class, staff and administrators may not pick up on whether those students feel a sense of belonging, or if they’re getting enough sleep.
A Glen Cove family is coping with an incident that could have been a tragedy. On June 1, while out roaming the neighborhood, a beloved family pet — a cat named Gracie — was shot with a pellet gun, and her back legs were left paralyzed. Police are still searching for the shooter.
After the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration earlier this month approved Emergency Use Authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children ages 12 to 15, Dr. Shetal Shah, president of New York Chapter 2 of the American Academy of Pediatrics, said pediatricians were inundated by parents’ questions.
Nancy Widman said that when she first noticed the rash on her neck, she didn’t think anything of it. But it got worse, spreading down her throat onto her chest. Widman’s doctor attributed her condition to the cloth masks she had been wearing to avoid getting Covid-19. She recommended that she switch to paper masks, and gave her a prescription for medication.
Locals may see many the faces of their neighbors as they take a stroll through downtown Glen Head and Glenwood Landing, but as Memorial Day approaches, they will learn who their local veterans are.
Northwell Health’s Katz Institute for Women’s Health and the 92nd Street Y are offering a free five-day program from June 7 to 11. Celebrities, authors, physicians and health and wellness experts will speak about medicine, parenting, mental health, prevention and other topics.
After a rain-soaked weekend, the weather cleared by Monday morning, allowing holiday events in Glen Head to go forward as planned. Families lined the streets to watch the Memorial Day parade, organized by Glenwood Landing American Legion Post 336, and dozens gathered for the ceremony outside the post headquarters on Glen Head Road.
With summer approaching and New York state protocols for how to operate a summer camp under current Covid-19 conditions pending, area camps tentatively plan to use last year’s protocols in 2021.
Lester L. Wolff, who was elected to the House of Representatives in 1964 and served in Congress for 16 years, died on Tuesday at age 102. He had lived for the past 21 years in East Norwich, where he …
It has been a long, hard road for the Sea Cliff Museum during the past year. Shut down virtually overnight in March 2020 when the Covid pandemic struck, the museum has been unable to fulfill one of its major functions in the community — welcoming visitors to interpretive displays and exhibitions detailing facets of local history.
Sea Cliff is known as a haven for artists, from painters to musicians to designers, and that artistry also extends to a creative use of space, as evident in an April 16 pop-up shop on Sea Cliff Avenue. For one day, the former G&H Auto Repair shop, one of the oldest buildings in the village, was transformed into a beach-style bohemian boutique by designer Lauren Healy.
On Saturdays since the end of 2020, Village Square, in downtown Glen Cove, has been home to local people supporting local businesses.
The Central Long Island Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation recently constructed an “ocean-friendly garden” at Pennsylvania Avenue and Ocean Beach Park in Long Beach . . .
There is a trifecta of trouble deep in the heart of Texas: Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas legislature and the state Board of Education.
I must confess that I’m an old-fashioned guy who honors certain customs. I hold doors open for women and people with packages. I put my hand over my heart . . .
Our brave firefighters risk their lives every day to keep our communities safe. The least we can do is protect them from dangerous, cancer-causing chemicals.
Prom 2021 is an act of faith. It is kids needing to shake off more than a year of lockdowns, shutdowns, sickness and isolation. It is a down payment on good times ahead after an avalanche of disappointments.
In an effort to connect Long Islanders with health and wealth advocates, Herald Inside LI held a free webinar called the 50+ Health+Wealth Virtual Event on March 25. Sponsored by …