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 …
Across Glen Head, signs of support for, or opposition to, the North Shore School District budget were posted throughout the downtown area and neighborhoods.
Seeds of Faith for Women, and its sister organization, Daughters of Abraham, enters its third year of on the North Shore with a firm sense of purpose, a solid base of membership and an expanding vision of its role in fostering similar groups around Long Island, say its members, a number of whom are from Sea Cliff and Glen Cove.
And with Board of Education Vice President Tim Madden and Trustee Lisa Vizza, both of whom were elected three years ago, deciding not to run again, that leaves two open seats on the board. Four candidates are campaigning for them: Lisa Colacioppo, Maria Mosca, Paul Puskuldjian, and Anthony Stanco. The election is May 18.
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.
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2021 summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach …
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.
Advocates of a plan for a public takeover of New York American Water backed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo are on the move this week, hoping to forestall an impending May 1 rate increase and move the State Assembly to join the State Senate to act on their behalf.
The North Shore School District Board of Education said a tearful goodbye to Superintendent Dr. Peter Giarrizzo on April 15, when it accepted his resignation. But trustees also shared a welcoming hello, voting to approve the appointment of Dr. Thomas Dolan as interim superintendent.
Many may have a couple pair of jeans that have sat untouched in a drawer for quite some time and the Sea Cliff Farmers Market has a solution.
Legislation to allow a public takeover of New York American Water’s Long Island assets has stalled in the State Assembly. According to a report released on March 29, a study ordered by Gov. …
Last year, the guidance we received from the government was straightforward: Wear a mask, keep your distance from others and stay at home if you’re able. Now, with millions of people being vaccinated . . .
News sources are filled with reports of claims about “woke” universities and corporations, complaints about critical race theory and anti-racism training sessions . . .
As poet Mary Oliver asks, “What will you do with your one wild and precious life?” In our (almost) post-pandemic lives, the question presses us for an answer.
I take note of the impending retirement of Dr. Stuart Rabinowitz, the president of Hofstra University. Having been a trustee of the university for almost 30 years, I have come to understand . . .
We Americans have experienced a horrible year since the coronavirus invaded out shores. We’ve been confined to our homes, prohibited from traveling . . .
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 …
A little over a week ago, the pandemic hit its global year anniversary, and on March 19, Nassau County reached 400 thousand residents who have received at least one dose of either the …
As a result of the pandemic, colleges everywhere have had no choice but to make social and academic changes to their school settings. Students, faculty and staff have adapted to our new …