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Past commodores excited for Maynard’s leadership

Sea Cliff Yacht Club inducts first female commodore

Over its 128-year history, the Sea Cliff Yacht Club has seen a multitude of changes, from its membership to its programming to its community service projects. One of its constants, however, has been …

HEPA filters coming to North Shore School District

After a month of fundraising, the North Shore Viking Foundation, a nonprofit that supports North Shore Central School District students, has raised $130,000 to buy and install 255 high-efficiency …

Second stage of Sea Cliff sewer project gets the go-ahead

The Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously on Oct. 26 to expand the scope of work for the ongoing process of sewering the Village of Sea Cliff. After a decade of planning, the project began in …

North Shore eateries prepare to move indoors

As the sun sets earlier and the weather gets colder with the approaching winter, outdoor dining options which helped restaurants stay afloat over the spring and summer may be coming to an end. While …

Cuomo issues new public water bill

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced legislation on Oct. 28 calling for the state to examine the feasibility of a public takeover of New York American Water’s infrastructure in Nassau County. The bill …

Glen Head Elementary students peruse pumpkin patch

Glen Head Elementary School students spent much of their day picking out pumpkins and enjoying Halloween activities on Oct. 30. Upon arriving in the gymnasium, they took a seat in a makeshift hay …

Records and vintage clothing co-op opens in Sea Cliff

It is no secret that its focus on the arts is one of Sea Cliff’s most defining features. This, owners said, made it the perfect location to start the Moonshot Emporium co-op, which opened on …

Editorial

Remember to shop locally this holiday season

Thanksgiving is only a week away, and the December holidays are fast approaching. We’re supposed to be making plans to shop in our local downtowns or at the malls, but because of the coronavirus pandemic . . .

Editorial

Next week, limit your Thanksgiving gatherings

With the Covid-19 infection rate creeping up above 3 percent in parts of New York state, including Long Island, Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week issued two executive orders. The first . . .

Randi Kreiss

Dinner for two at our Thanksgiving table

Is anyone else thinking about the Berlin Airlift? It is one of the great stories of American audacity in the face of political thuggery. In case you’re too young to remember . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

The 2020 election: a mandate for moderation

The election is in the history books. As the dust finally settles on the presidential race, it appears that Joe Biden won with the same razor-thin margin by which Donald Trump did in 2016.

Send the Herald your stories, photos of how you're coping with the coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has vastly altered our daily routines. Parents are at home. Children are at home. College students are at home. All must stay put, we are told, for now. People are making …