Tumultuous tale of the Roosevelt cousins

The intertwining saga of Alice and Eleanor Roosevelt, first cousins born into one of America’s most influential families, continues to captivate and intrigue, shedding light on a relationship …

Coalition Against Save Abuse says community needs to come together

The state of substance use at North Shore

The North Shore School District is facing challenges in addressing substance abuse among its students, according to a recent presentation by school officials and representatives from local …

Lavine says Long Island housing is ‘balkanized’

Faith-based housing proposal faces backlash

A proposal to include a Faith-Based Housing Act in the New York state budget has sparked debate on Long Island, with concerns about its potential impact on local zoning laws and the ability of …

Understanding the ‘American Dream’ at Raynham Hall Museum

History and contemporary art merge in a captivating dialogue at Raynham Hall Museum’s latest exhibition, “American Dream.” Curated in collaboration with Yellow Cat Gallery, the …

Former state assemblyman Mike LiPetri declares candidacy for New York's Third Congressional District

Mike LiPetri, an attorney and former Republican New York State Assemblyman, has officially announced his bid for the Republican primary in New York’s 3rd Congressional District. LiPetri, a …

Culinary Delights celebrate 26 years

Culinary Delights, organized by the Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce, celebrated its 26th year with resounding success, drawing over 650 attendees and boasting participation from 70 restaurateurs, …

George Santos drops congressional bid

Former U.S. Representative George Santos has announced his withdrawal from the race for Congress, marking the end of his bid to return to Capitol Hill


Celebrating N.Y.’s investment in local journalism

Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state legislature delivered a beacon of hope for our communities by including in the state budget a groundbreaking initiative to support local news organizations in the form of a tax credit.


We must secure our borders, reform immigration now

The Senate's promising bipartisan border deal was dismissed as "disastrous."


Yes, we can — and must — work together

Bipartisanship works! Republicans and Democrats in Congress answered the call of history. We fought back against Putin, Iran, the terrorists, the scourge of fentanyl and, most important, Russia’s campaign of deceit and disinformation (and Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene).


The state budget: lots of dollars, little sense

Nearly three weeks late, the $237 billion state budget presents a mix of positives and negatives. While it’s easy to find initiatives to support in such a large spending plan, inexplicably, there are areas where it falls short.