Advocates want more for student-athletes

The North Shore Schools District has always prided itself on its athletics, with roughly 70 percent of all students participating in at least one sport at school. One growing group of parents, …

Updated May 12, 2022

Roosevelt laid to rest again with re-enactor James Foote’s death

James Foote, who was beloved in the hamlet and surrounding villages for his portrayal of President Theodore Roosevelt, died in his sleep on Wednesday, just as the president had a century ago. His …

Sea Cliff, get ready to rock next week

The Love Your Neighbor Project is bringing the spirit of music to the Village of Sea Cliff with its first-ever Rock for Love Porchfest. On May 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., residents will be treated to …

Jon Kaiman, leader for 24-years running for Congress

Jon Kaiman has had a unique 24-year political career and some would say he’s seen it all. Now he has his sights set on filling U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi’s seat, who he challenged unsuccessfully in …

North Shore students score high despite pandemic

Residents from North Shore Schools District were treated to a lesson in data collection at the Board of Education Budget Reading on May 5. Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Dr. Chris …

Village mulls ‘pop-up’ eatery

Sea Cliff Mayor Elena Villafane and the village board addressed a wide range of topics at Monday’s conference meeting. They included the implementation of electrical vehicle charging stations, and …

Moving forward with new election maps

Republicans have complained that the new congressional district maps drawn by Democrats are unconstitutional and reek of gerrymandering. And the New York Court of Appeals agreed with them, rejecting …

Op-Ed

Elections are coming — make democracy work

Who’s to blame for New York’s increase in crime, its high taxes and the general feeling of dread many of us feel?

Randi Kreiss

Threat to choice has women on the march

Thirty years after the fact, I’ve decided to write about a personal time in my life.

Editorial

School board candidates should know the facts

After a recent “meet the candidates” forum for one of the more than 125 school boards in Nassau County, the people the candidates were soliciting votes from turned to social media to share their views.

Op-Ed

Stephen Breyer retired. Why not Kagan and Sotomayor?

Last week, Politico leaked a shocking (but not surprising) draft outlining the Supreme Court’s plan to overturn Roe v. Wade . . .