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At a recent City Council meeting, Connie Mele, a resident of Laurel Avenue, held her index fingers a foot or so apart as she told Mayor Tim Tenke and council members, “I went out on my deck around … more
By Alyssa Seidman aseidman@liherald.com After securing over $7 million to complete its long-awaited sewer line project, the Village of Sea Cliff is preparing plans to connect existing … more
Despite recent renovations cutting its run time short, the Sea Cliff Arts Council’s annual summer art show held its opening reception on Aug. 8 in the village library, delighting residents with a … more
A 20-something woman sat on a chair in the waiting room of the Glen Cove Planned Parenthood clinic recently, her legs curled against her torso, her eyes gazing down at the rug. A man around her age … more
According to Deputy Police Chief Chris Ortiz, the bulk of police work is dealing with people. “Without a good relationship, we can’t effectively do our job,” Ortiz said, because if community … more
East Coast USA Construction, which since April 2017 had been renovating the Morgan Park Bathhouse, is gearing up for a lawsuit against the City of Glen Cove. The city halted the construction … more
Fun belongs to summer — every kid knows that. But when the academic year returns, many young students will have experienced what Spiro Tsirkas, the director of the Glen Cove Youth Bureau, calls … more
Dr. Timothy Lynch has been appointed as interim president of Queensborough Community College by CUNY Interim Chancellor Vita Rabinowitz, effective Sept. 1. Lynch will succeed Dr. Diane Call, who … more
Educators from the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences started to gather in Cold Spring Harbor in 1890 to conduct marine biology studies and hold classes over the summer, living in cottages and … more
Part seven in an ongoing series. Sixteen-year-old Taylor Yon found comfort in Pine Trails Park, virtually in the center of Parkland, Fla. There, she and her friends wandered its sidewalks, past its familiar playgrounds, ball fields and band shell, and lit candles for the dead. Afterward, they sat on towels on the ground and talked for hours, struggling to put into words, to understand, the massacre perpetrated by a one-time student of their school, whom the Herald is not identifying. more
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