Heralds seek 2020 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2020 and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long …

Arlene Nevens, longtime Sea Cliff library head, retires

Arlene Nevens’s passion for libraries stems not only from her love of literature and learning, but also from her love of people. As the director of the Sea Cliff Village Library, she has spent …

Suozzi's bill signed into law — Oyster Bay refuge renamed after Lester Wolff

It’s only fitting that the Oyster Bay National Wildlife Refuge be named for former U.S. Rep. Lester Wolff. After all, it was there that, as a House of Representatives member, he created the …

Kyra McCreery: A scientist in the making

Kyra McCreery is a finalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Educators who have worked with her over the past few years say they aren’t surprised, and describe McCreery as brilliant. …

New burger joint revs into Glen Head

Opening Choppers Burger Bar together in Glen Head was a dream come true for restaurateurs Kent Monkan, of Glen Cove, and Nick Litterello, of Northport. They always wanted to team up and run a burger …

Oyster Bay board gets down to business

After celebrating their inauguration on Jan. 6, members of the new Oyster Bay Town Board held their first meeting the next day. Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Steve Labriola, who are both …

Sea Cliff sewer plans moving forward

Sea Cliff Mayor Edward Lieberman has a host of plans for 2020, but his main focus will be building a new sewer system downtown. The project is not a new one. Village Administrator Bruce Kennedy …

Editorial

Let’s continue to pursue Dr. King’s dream

February marks another year of Black History Month, and it’s important for us to take note of how far America has come since black slaves were first brought to the country some 400 years ago.

Scott Brinton

When a president seizes congressional power

Watching the U.S. Senate impeachment trial last week was like witnessing a slow-motion train wreck. You knew the outcome — you knew Republican senators would never agree to witnesses (Mitt …

Alfonse D'Amato

In Washington and Albany, let common sense prevail

It’s the time of year when our leaders in Washington and Albany take stock of the state of the nation and New York. If we see our country and state with a clear eye . . .

Jerry Kremer

The Senate can acquit Trump, but it can’t hide the truth

By the time you read this, the impeachment trial of President Trump will be well on the way to completion. Absent a miracle — perhaps the leaking of John Bolton’s manuscript as we went to press? — the Republican-controlled Senate will have . . .