City flushes Morgan Park bathroom fixes; paid unsigned company $150,000

Editor's Note: The Herald Gazette is awaiting clarification on two subjects' comments on this story. This page will be updated as we receive their responses. Early this week, Glen Cove Mayor Tim …

Progress report:

The Garvies Point Waterfront project

For Joe Graziose, senior vice-president of residential development for RXR, the real estate firm behind the Garvies Point project, the most satisfying part of the job comes after the foundations are …

North Shore youth rally for gun control

Members of the Long Island chapter of Students Against Gun Violence, which was formed in the aftermath of the deadly high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., to advocate for gun control, were joined …

Officials mull temporary fix for Crescent Beach contamination

The City of Glen Cove’s and Nassau County’s departments of public works are working together to determine whether filters could temporarily solve the contamination problem at Crescent Beach, …

Council tables water rates amid new information

The City Council unanimously voted to table a resolution introduced by Councilwoman Pamela Panzenbeck, to raise the city’s water rates by 15 percent, after both City Controller Sandra Clarson, and …

‘It’s been a fascinating career’

“It’s been a fascinating career — I feel very lucky to have lived it,” said Cliff Richner, co-owner of Richner Communications and the longtime publisher of Herald Community Newspapers, who retired last month after 36 years in a family-run company that has left an indelible mark on local community news on the South Shore.

Editorial

Enjoy boating, but obey no-wake zones

Open water, a cool breeze, clear skies, and the feeling of waves lapping at the side of your boat: Few activities are more relaxing and enjoyable than summer boating.

Scott Brinton

Demystifying Anthony Bourdain

My brief viewer-host relationship with Anthony Bourdain took a nosedive in May 2013, a month after his CNN travel-food show, “Parts Unknown,” premiered.

Randi Kreiss

The son of my daughter, the daughter of my son

After my mother died, my grown kids thought it would be good for me to have a couple of grandkids around for two weeks. You know, distraction and so forth. Let the young people lift my spirits and get me going.

Alfonse D'Amato

On immigration, use hearts and heads!

The seemingly endless national dispute over immigration may be coming to a head. Images of children separated from their families at the U.S.’s southern border should be enough . . .

Glen Cove marks 350 years

On May 24, 1668, three families — early settlers of Long Island’s North Shore — purchased a parcel of land from the Matinecock Chieftaincy. They called the land Musquito Cove, based on the …