Opinions differ on a capital reserve

North Shore considering a capital reserve

Class was in session, and North Shore School District Superintendent Chris Zublionis and James Pappas, the assistant superintendent for business, offered a primer on capital reserve funds.Zublionis …

Village Board takes first steps on long-range plan

The Village of Sea Cliff Board of Trustees have begun what will be a year-long process beginning with the gathering of information and opinions from the residents for the village’s long-range plan. …


On exhibit: Island’s Jewish history

An exhibition from the Long Island Jewish History Museum highlighting the careers of Long Island's Jewish population, from early-20th-century farmers and tailors to modern bagel store owners and …

Weapons and drugs found at Nassau County jail

Twenty inmates are under investigation at the Nassau County Correctional Facility after weapons and drugs were found in the jail in East Meadow. The contraband was found during a raid as part of an …

Children raise nearly $200 over the summer

All dogs deserve a chew toy

For most children, summer is a time away from the hard work in the classroom. For one hardworking young girl and her friends, however, this summer was a chance to give back to the furry four-legged …

Bipartisan effort to end opioid addiction

County funds set aside for opioid crisis

Nassau County has nearly $70 million collecting a little dust in a bank account — but not for long. County Executive Bruce Blakeman has earmarked $2.5 million for opioid addiction treatment, …

Young, old, those in between clean beaches

Members of the community gathered on the morning of Sept. 17 to help keep their beaches cleaner and safer for the local wildlife. 115 Hempstead Harbor residents participated in “Coastal …


Banning books is un-American

Last week was Banned Books Week, a time to spotlight censorship and attempts across the country to take books off library shelves.


Why we need to go back to the moon

Ever since NASA started trying, unsuccessfully so far, to launch its unmanned Artemis I spacecraft . . .

Randi Kreiss

When Nazis killed 6 million, where was America?

I implore readers to watch the new six-hour, three-part series on PBS, “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein.


So you think the governor’s a shoo-in in November?

Is it any surprise that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s once insurmountable lead in the polls is eroding when public opinion surveys are analyzed carefully?

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 …