BREAKING NEWS: Bayport-Blue Point beats North Shore for LIC


Law requires study of Holocaust in schools

Area schools are in compliance with Holocaust education law

There is a renewed emphasis on Holocaust education in local schools, thanks to a new state law signed in August by Gov. Kathy Hochul, requiring public school superintendents to attest in a survey …

Pastor served in Austria for two decades

St. Boniface welcomes Pastor Norys

If someone had told Josef Norys as a young man that he would someday be the pastor at Saint Boniface Martyr Church in Sea Cliff, he probably would have said that there was no way he’d end up a …

Storm pipe near Tilley Steps getting makeover

Sea Cliff’s Tilley Steps Historical Public Walkway is one of the many beautiful and scenic paths through the historic village. But what even many residents don’t know is that running …

Sea Cliff gathers to salute its veterans at Clifton Park

Veterans, village officials and residents gathered at Clifton Park on Friday to pay homage to the community members who served in the United States Armed Forces. Roughly 14 veterans from Sea Cliff …

Future of Glen Cove ferry remains uncertain

Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck wants to gauge the post-pandemic demand for a commuter ferry service out of Gravies Point for the $17 million ferry terminal, which has remained empty for six years with no …

Blumencranz says he will fight for his generation

North Shore’s election results: Here the ‘red wave’ was real

The midterm election did not result in a nationwide “red wave,” as predicted, but on the North Shore, where the majority of races were won by Republicans, there was no mistaking a smaller …

Korean War vet led patrols during combat

Korean War vet recalls life of service

When Bernard Farnan — known as Ben to his friends and family — returned to Glen Cove from the Korean War in 1953, there were no celebrations or parades for returning veterans. …

Op-Ed

When nature calls at 35,000 feet

The Federal Aviation Administration has just closed the comment period for the flying public regarding the size of airline passenger seats. They were focused on the wrong seats.

Randi Kreiss

Need a boost? Celebrate your micro-joys.

Last week I wrote about the midterm elections, which may or may not be resolved by the time you read this. I acknowledged . . .

Editorial

Honor the men and women of the armed forces

There are just two federal holidays each year acknowledging — and thanking — the brave men and women of the U.S. armed forces for their service to our country.

Op-Ed

Our kids can’t do the math

When I was in high school in the Bronx in the 1960s, they didn’t let us use calculators on tests. They hadn’t invented them yet.

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 …