License approved for the next three years

Sea Cliff Manor’s cabaret license is renewed

Events at Sea Cliff Manor will continue, after the Village of Sea Cliff approved the entertainment and live music venue’s cabaret license for three years. The license, which was called into …

Phoenix Rising fundraiser will help VFW rebuild

Adevastating fire left members of Glen Cove’s James E. Donohue Veterans of Foreign War Post 347 without a home in August 2021. Since the fire, VFW members have been meeting at the Glenwood …

George Santos stands by some claims, while denying, apologizing for lies

U.S. Rep. George Santos appears to have three categories for all of his claims made over the years. The category where he holds his ground, calling the claim true. The category where he denies ever …

21 Glen Head homes removed from Jericho Water District tax roll

Roughly two dozen homes on the border of Glen Head and Glen Cove will no longer be on the Jericho Water District’s tax roll following a request by the district to the Town of Oyster Bay. The …

N.S. students served fish caught off Montauk

North Shore schools serve up locally sourced fish tacos

There’s something fishy going on at North Shore High School, and the state’s commissioner of agriculture and markets, Richard Ball, likes it. Students, staff, Board of Education members and …

Angelo Antinori and Eileen Zhao win against the pros

North Shore High School alumni win big at Grammy Awards

A Grammy Award is a musician’s dream, and two alumni of North Shore High School had their dream come true. Angelo Antinori, class of 2016, and Eileen Zhao, class of 2022, performed with the …

Love Your Neighbor Project brings the ’80s to life

Sea Cliff took a trip back to the 1980’s with Love Your Neighbor Project’s latest All You Need Is Love ‘80’s Prom fundraiser on Saturday. Attendees went all in, breaking out …

Jerry Kremer

Two isn’t always a winning number

There are all types of numbers associated with politicians. Pollsters are constantly bombarding us with numbers. Defeated candidates keep complaining that they won, and say they have the numbers to prove it.

Randi Kreiss

Minx or madman: the George Santos story

Don’t mess with puppies, George. From what I’ve read and what I’ve heard in statements coming out of your very own mouth . . .


Gambling addiction is no game

More than 50 million sports fans in the United States had more invested in last Sunday's Super Bowl than pride in their favorite team. They wagered as much as $16 billion on the game.

Peter King

How political extremism became the norm

Viewing the American political scene today, I can’t help thinking about what Yeats wrote more than a century ago: “Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world.”