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Town RFP could cause shakeup in bay hatcheries

The Town of Oyster Bay sent out a request for proposals last month that could cause some major changes in the ways shellfish are grown and harvested in town-owned areas on the bottom of Oyster Bay.

College grads seeking jobs in a pandemic

The task of entering the workforce is inherently daunting, but the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are adding new obstacles to this already difficult process. For many recent college …

North Shore High School celebrates the class of 2020

North Shore High School’s 220 graduating seniors lined up on school grounds to receive their diplomas at graduation June 26, following weeks of speculation whether an in-person ceremony would …

Restaurants are rejuvenating downtown Sea Cliff

As a part of the Phase Two reopening of the economy, the Village of Sea Cliff has enabled select restaurants with properties on Sea Cliff Avenue to set up tables on the street to enable diners to eat …

Sea Cliff Firehouse receives Preservation Long Island award

The Village of Sea Cliff has been awarded Preservation Long Island’s 2020 Project Excellence Award in celebration of the restoration of the Sea Cliff Firehouse’s windows last year. The …

Quick pivot provides big results

Many businesses have been forced to scale back aggressively since March because of the global coronavirus pandemic. A few, however, have been forced to expand. For Adam Selden, 50, of Melville, a …

North Shore businesses prepare for Phase Three of reopening

Nassau was set to begin Phase 3 of the state’s reopening protocols on Wednesday. Restaurants will be permitted to open for inside dining at 50 percent capacity, provided that employees and …

Editorial

Be prepared for hurricanes — now, not later

With all the news of the coronavirus crisis, it would be easy to forget that we are more than a month into the Atlantic hurricane season — and now is the time to prepare for the possibility of a major storm.

Scott Brinton

Was Teddy Roosevelt a racist? You decide.

I grew up on Long Island, and like so many local kids, I made the pilgrimage to Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt’s stately Cove Neck mansion, full of Americana and animal heads and skins.

Randi Kreiss

We’re all in the room where it happened

We are blessed with the curse of living in interesting times, and our duty is to bear witness. Like the Greatest Generation, we are in the midst of a fight for our lives . . .

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 …