Residents offer comfort to breast cancer survivors

A stitch of women were sewing together in the basement of the Locust Valley Library. Their purpose? Knitting alternative breast prosthetics. The group is not unique to the North Shore. Knitters …

Elk signify the ‘promise and practice of conservation’

There’s something on the lawn in front of Theodore Roosevelt’s Oyster Bay Cove house, Sagamore Hill. A herd of 180 full-scale elk, crafted from tempered aluminum, have taken up residency there, …

Glen Cove mayor cuts it close

The Glen Cove mayoral race was a tight one on Tuesday, with incumbent Reggie Spinello eking out a tentative, 21-vote victory over City Councilman Tim Tenke. Five of the six Republicans running for …

Curran declares victory as Nassau's first female county executive

Baldwin Democrat Laura Curran pulled out a victory over Republican Jack Martins in the race for Nassau County’s highest seat on Tuesday night, withall precincts reporting, …

World War II veteran honored at Subway Series

World War II Air Force veteran Joseph O’Grady, 95, was honored during the seventh-inning stretch of the Yankees-Mets game on Aug. 15. For the lifelong Yankees fan and resident of Glen Cove, it was …

Keeping ‘Lights on Afterschool’ in Glen Cove

Last week, the Glen Cove Boys and Girls Club and the Youth Bureau hosted its “Lights on Afterschool” event to showcase the importance of its afterschool programs. The event is a nationwide …

    A cure for the DMV pains

    The Department of Motor Vehicles has garnered a reputation, one of long lines, frowning faces and piles of paperwork. It’s a busy person’s hell. But now, those living on the North Shore can …