Working with seniors throughout Sea Cliff

A new face will help Sea Cliff’s seniors

In a move aimed at bolstering services and community engagement for senior citizens in Sea Cliff, the village board has appointed Tracy Arnold Warzer as the new Senior Citizen Program Development …

North Shore Historical Museum delves into local maritime disasters

An upcoming exhibit at the North Shore Historical Museum to open on Feb. 29 delves into the maritime history of the North Shore, shining a spotlight on shipwrecks and sinkings that occurred during …

New state budget threatens local schools

Governor Kathy Hochul’s proposed state budget for 2024-2025 is sending shockwaves through school districts throughout the North Shore of Long Island. Despite the fact that the governor has …

Partying like it's the 1960s

Love Your Neighbor Project held its 4th annual prom night fundraiser on Feb. 10, welcoming roughly 115 neighbors into St. Luke’s Episcopal Church to enjoy the music and vibes of the 1960’s. The …

BREAKING NEWS

Tom Suozzi makes a triumphant return to Congress

After a contentious special election, Tom Suozzi has won back his old seat in Congress with 5.8. Despite a vigorous campaign by his Republican opponent Mazi Melesa Pilip, Suozzi’s election …

Remains identified over two decades later

Remembering John Niven, one of the victims of 9/11

Tim Lee was driving when he heard that the remains of his best friend, John Niven, had been identified. A senior vice president at the consulting firm Aon, Niven, 44, had perished on Sept. 11, 2001, …

COLUMNIST

It’s time we find common ground on ‘Raise the Age’

Long Island has become the center of New York’s — and the nation’s — political conversation. In recent elections, state and local policies have had an enormous influence on Nassau and Suffolk County campaigns that ultimately played a decisive role in determining control of Congress.

EDITORIAL

Thank you for the snow day

In the past couple of weeks, we’ve been getting a lot of something we haven’t seen much of over the past couple of years: snow. So much, in fact, that schools in our communities had no choice but to close. And because of that, we have just one thing to say to our school districts in Nassau County: Thank you for the snow day.

COLUMNIST

A journey of the heart

February is American Heart Month, and this is a story about my heart — literally and figuratively. It’s the reason I am where I am today.

COLUMNIST

Crime and its connection to bail reform

First, the good news. Long Island has consistently been named one of the safest major metropolitan areas in the United States. And in recent years, Nassau County has repeatedly been named the safest county in the nation. Violent crime is down to levels that are among the lowest ever recorded. The Nassau County Police Department is second to none, and we are fortunate to have our law-and-order procedures under the leadership of Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder and District Attorney Anne Donnelly, who are tough on crime and willing to enforce our laws to protect the public at the highest levels legally allowed.