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The Town of Hempstead Board voted at a Sept. 8 virtual meeting to increase the fine for illegal dumping in the town from $1,500 to $10,00 per incident. Town Supervisor Donald Clavin said the board … more
In an uncontested election on Sept. 17, Nick Pinto became the newest member of the Sea Cliff village board of trustees. Pinto will enter his fourth year of public service in Sea Cliff, having spent … more
Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, a Democrat from Glen Cove, has secured a $29,800 county grant for the Village of Sea Cliff, which will be used to purchase four thermal imaging cameras … more
The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to rethink how we carry out many of our responsibilities, including here at the Herald. Each election season, we normally invite political candidates to our … more
Educational leaders on the latest Herald Inside LI webinar agreed that reopening schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has been challenging, and the learning curve for students and teachers is ongoing. more
There are many things which make Sea Cliff one of the most unique and recognizable places on Long Island, one of the most prevalent being its role as a summer hotspot. As a waterfront village, it … more
The 2020-21 school year is sure to present a unique set of challenges in the North Shore School District. Although all elementary and middle school students will start the year in school, they will … more
As the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, Glen Head resident Andrea Bolender, 58, said that one of the most important functions of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, in Glen … more
Despite the corornavirus pandemic, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will hold its annual Fall Bazaar for the 29th year, with a handful of changes to ensure the safety of volunteers and attendees. … more
Nassau and Suffolk counties have both opted to postpone high school sports until January of 2021, and many colleges have moved their fall sports to the spring, as well. With sports on pause, student-athletes — especially high school seniors — and parents are left not only disappointed, but also with many lingering questions. more
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