Sea Cliff athlete brings home trophy at O.B. triathlon

Kathleen Lennon, of Sea Cliff, recently competed in the Runner’s Edge Tobay Triathlon and Tri-Relay on Aug. 29, where she took second place in the Female 25-29 division. “Crossing …

NSHS receives award for excellence

North Shore High School was recognized last week as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School in the Exemplary High-Performing category. “North Shore High School is honored to be a recipient of the …

NYAW updates Glen Head water treatment facility

New York American Water lifted two massive granular-activated carbon vessels into place at the updated treatment facility under construction at the Glen Head well site on Sept. 16. The carbon …

Weeks later, the North Shore is still recovering from Ida

Weeks after the torrential rain stopped, residents are still dealing with the lasting effects of Hurricane Ida, the storm that produced record rainfall along parts of the North Shore earlier this …

In temporary new home, NOSH reopens

After a fire destroyed its Glen Cove headquarters in August, NOSH, a food delivery service and a program of the North Shore Soup Kitchen, has relocated to St. Hyacinth’s Church, in Glen Head, …

Sea Cliff Museum reopens

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.

Pressure builds for state action on water rates

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.

Editorial

Recalling Long Island’s Indigenous peoples

Columbus Day has been celebrated in the United States since 1971, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed legislation proclaiming it a federal holiday. For years, the holiday has been controversial.

Op-Ed

The progressive left’s New York power play

The race to the progressive left is under way in New York state, with word that New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is forming an “exploratory committee” and may launch a Democratic primary challenge to Gov. Kathy Hochul.

Scott Brinton

Elegy for Sears — and, perhaps, mall culture

Long Island recently lost its last Sears, that once ubiquitous powerhouse retailer that sold a range of goods, from sturdy jeans to solidly built power tools and refrigerators.

Randi Kreiss

Into the abyss, and discovering a new world

Some octopuses probably could score better than I did on an SAT. It’s hard to figure, though, since they can’t hold a pen or read the questions . . .

Herald Inside LI hosts virus and vaccine webinar

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 …

Herald Inside LI hosts College webinar on upcoming fall semester

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 …