UPDATED: Fire rips through 30-year G.C. business

Fire tore through Cove Plumbing Supply Co. on Morris Avenue Monday night, sending over 30 fire departments from across the North Shore and beyond racing …

North Shore residents weigh in on potential school bond

Representatives of CSArch, an engineering and construction management firm based in White Plains, visited the North Shore School District on March 5 to listen to residents’ comments on a potential …

Glen Head Racquet Club has new owners

The sudden whop of a green tennis ball echoes through the sprawling Glen Head Racquet Club, where world-renowned pros and local amateurs meet Mondays through Fridays to play ball. The club, at 95 …

Cold Spring Harbor museum highlights history’s ‘pirate queens’

Visitors of Cold Spring Harbor’s Whaling Museum and Education Center will get a taste of untold history at the “Irish Pirates!” event on March 16. In addition to notable …

Senator mulls state takeover of New York American Water

For his first town hall as a state senator on Feb. 28, Jim Gaughran invited community leaders and local, state and federal lawmakers to discuss New York American Water’s history on the North Shore …

North Shore parents get schooled on mental health

Parents played students at an event on Monday in which they were invited to attend “classes” offering tips to help children struggling with mental health and resources to help build their …

Editorial

Is Nassau learning from the guilty verdicts?

The conviction last Friday of former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano was yet another domino falling in the county’s GOP political machine, with possibly more to come.

Op-Ed

Structural racism on display on L.I. schools’ sports fields

Long Island is one of the most segregated metropolitan areas in America, and segregation in our schools is getting worse, according to the Long Island-based ERASE Racism.

Randi Kreiss

Fashion: Think your mother’s rubber gloves

I never got women’s fashion. I suppose that’s hilariously obvious to anyone who knows me.

Jerry Kremer

What would congestion pricing mean for Long Islanders?

Most Long Islanders don’t blink when they hear the words “congestion pricing,” but this idea, now before the State Legislature, is a big deal for out-of-city drivers.

HERALD NEIGHBORS

Glen Head tots play LEGOs at the library

L ocal toddlers had the chance to get creative at the Gold Coast Library on March 14 during the program “LEGO DUPLO Storytime.” Jeffery Vasconi was on hand to read stories to the …

Glen Cove St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Thousands of green-clad Glen Cove residents lined the city’s streets last Sunday to enjoy the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in all its grandeur. From the corner of Dosoris Lane and Forest …