Big Democratic win on North Shore

By electing Democrat James Gaughran, of Northport, to the State Senate’s 5th District seat, North Shore voters played a major role in stripping Republicans of their Senate majority and handing …

Bringing safety to Shore Road thoroughfare in Sea Cliff, Glen Cove

Concerned by the vehicle and pedestrian congestion that often crowds the thoroughfare comprising Shore Road and The Boulevard, which runs between Sea Cliff and Glen Cove, Shore Road Neighbors, a …

Gold Coast Business Association honors beloved business owner

Despite Monday’s early morning rain, a group of business owners, elected leaders and residents gathered in the parking lot of the Glen Head train station for a special ceremony. The Gold Coast …

A camaraderie that goes ‘beyond the court’ at North Shore High School

The North Shore High School women’s varsity volleyball team is celebrating a near perfect season after clinching its Conference Championship last month. The team went undefeated in the regular …

Glen Cove's Cyclones: a 10-year tradition of teamwork

In youth sports, retaining the same players year-to-year can be a difficult thing to maintain. As they grow up, players’ interests and skill sets change, and the teams’ makeup changes as a …

At new Sea Cliff restaurant, ‘everything has purpose’

Dinner service at Maldon & Mignonette started early Sunday night. The new restaurant, which replaced The Crispy Pig in Sea Cliff, teemed with life 10 minutes before opening. Upstairs in the kitchen, …

Hearing the cases on Glen Cove's Garvies Point

In the latest development in a legal face-off over the 28-acre, $1 billion luxury residential and commercial development at Garvies Point, attorneys for three parties argued their cases on appeal …

Editorial

Hoping for legislative progress in 2019

State lawmakers call it the “big ugly” — a catchall, 11th-hour package of bills that caps the annual legislative session, which runs from January to June. In the waning days of the session . . .

Randi Kreiss

Baking ‘wonder’ bread in anxious times

To me, it is magic. But actually it’s chemistry. You start with flour, water, salt and yeast . . .

Op-Ed

Pretending I was OK after the Pittsburgh shooting

For the first few days after 11 Jewish Americans were murdered in Pittsburgh solely for practicing their religion, I was depressed and I was afraid. I grew up on Long Island thinking I wouldn’t have to face anti-Semitism.