Kim Keiserman wins Democratic Primary for State Senate by a landslide

Kim Keiserman has secured a decisive victory in the Democratic primary with 73 percent  of the vote.  A Port Washington resident and passionate school district advocate, …

Honoring Lincoln in the heart of S.C.

The Village of Sea Cliff will celebrate the rededication of Lincoln Plaza on July 4, following the traditional reading of the Declaration of Independence on the Village Green. The ceremony will renew …

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Examining the coyote population in Nassau County

Coyotes, once absent from Long Island, have been gradually making a return. These elusive predators sparked both curiosity and concern among residents when they first began arriving, but in the near …

Deep Roots Farmers Market celebrates 10 years

Deep Roots Farmers Market, founded by Amy Peters in Glen Cove, Long Island, offers a vibrant community hub with 30 diverse vendors from nearby towns and shared kitchens.

Oyster Bay Music Festival makes grand return

At beautiful and historic venues scattered throughout the Town of Oyster Bay, the Oyster Bay Music Festival is set to enchant audiences for its thirteenth consecutive year. From July 1 through 8, …

Love Your Neighbor Project hosts Sea Cliff and Glen Cove's first ever Pride Stride

The Love Your Neighbor Project, in collaboration with various LGBTQ+ groups, is hosting the first Pride Stride to unite the communities of Sea Cliff and Glen Cove in celebration of Pride Month. The …

Mill Neck Manor brings the Roaring ‘20s to the 2020s at annual 'Great Gatsby at The Manor' fundraiser

The Mill Neck Foundation for the Deaf hosted its annual fundraising gala, “Great Gatsby at The Manor,” on May 18, transporting attendees back to the glamorous 1920’s within the …


The need for gun violence awareness

The reality is that more than 43,000 Americans are killed by guns every year, and roughly 76,000 more are shot and wounded.


Keeping sports fair and safe for women and girls

Today, however, there is a new challenge that threatens to undo all the progress that the courageous women before us have fought so long for: allowing biological males or trans women to compete in female sports.


Lessons learned, grads take the next step

It’s the season of graduations — when students from every corner of our communities take center stage to mark significant milestones in their academic journeys


Fighting antisemitism and hate needs to start early

As a former Board of Education member and president in the Long Beach school district who has worked to provide a safe and more inclusive environment for our students, I am gravely concerned about the unprecedented escalation of antisemitism on our college campuses that many young Jewish people in our community will be facing in just a couple of months.