In Sea Cliff, no long-term solution for Littleworth — yet

A joint task force formed earlier this year to address potentially dangerous conditions for pedestrians on Littleworth Lane is recommending that the Village of Sea Cliff increase signage, extend …

Sea Cliff's Independence Day fulfills ‘the impossible dream’

On a trip to Philadelphia in 1975, Sea Cliff resident Henry Holman visited Graff House, at 7th and Market streets. At the time the stately red-brick home where Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration …

Ratepayers in Sea Cliff, Glen Head seek criminal charges against NYAW

The North Shore Concerned Citizens group, whose mission is removing New York American Water as the community’s water provider is calling on the state attorney general and Nassau County’s …

Special Ops Vietnam vet on the ‘honor’ of service

Of his various experiences in the military — including being selected for the Special Forces after basic training, working on reconnaissance projects with indigenous South Vietnamese tribes, and …

Awards in Glen Head change the game, sparking girl power flame

There was a feeling of togetherness and an infectious energy stemming from one singular source at the Game Changer Awards on June 29, where it was all about girl power. When the members of Antigone …

A planter’s paradise in Sea Cliff

The scorching heat last Saturday morning didn’t discourage visitors from attending the Bi-Annual Secret Garden Tour, sponsored by the Sea Cliff Beautification Committee. Since 1997, committee …

BeachFest brings summer fun to Sea Cliff

Antigone Rising band mates Nini Camps, Kristen Ellis-Henderson, and Cathy Henderson hosted the 5th annual BeachFest on Saturday, June 30, at Sea Cliff Beach to celebrate and bring awareness to their …

Editorial

Villages deserve greater share of state sales taxes

Tens of millions of dollars in state sales taxes are generated in Nassau County’s 64 villages each year. The state keeps part of the money, and sends part of it . . .

Randi Kreiss

Recoil at the sight of steamers? We eat ’em by the pound.

They aren’t vegetarian. They aren’t kosher. They aren’t fish and they aren’t fowl. They aren’t even appetizing. In fact, they don’t look edible . . .

Scott Brinton

The first job I ever loved

I can still picture the last day of my fourth and final summer as a Fresh Air Fund counselor at Camp Hayden Marks, on the 2,000-acre Sharpe Reservation in upstate Fishkill, 28 years ago. The campers . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Europe is making America wait again on NATO and trade

For decades now, the United States has passively stood by as our European partners dragged their feet on military preparedness and trade fairness in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The two issues are . . .

HERALD NEIGHBORS

Food, community and creativity in Sea Cliff

From June to October as the sun rises on Saturday mornings, vendors from the North Shore set up their booths in the grass outside St. Luke’s Church for the Sea Cliff Farmers Market. The event, …