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Kids got to practice their bicycle riding skills in the AAA Bike Rodeo at Glen Head Elementary School on April 29. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 195, Glen Head School PTO and North Shore Community Youth … more
Part 4 in a Hispanic Heritage Month mini-series. Students in gray-and-black suits, carrying briefcases and backpacks, filled Hofstra University’s Helene Fortunoff Theater at the Monroe Lecture Center on Monday, eagerly awaiting U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s arrival. more
The mysterious case of the contamination that has kept Glen Cove’s Crescent Beach closed since 2009 is one step closer to being solved. According to a draft sanitary sewer feasibility study … more
Nassau County Supreme Court Judge James McCormack dismissed the last of three lawsuits filed against the Garvies Point Waterfront Project on Monday. The latest suit focused on Phase Two of the … more
In a few short weeks, residents of Nassau County’s 11th District will decide who will represent them in the Nassau County Legislature when they go to the polls on Election Day. Incumbent Delia … more
By Alyssa Seidman aseidman@liherald.com She was the top seed in the Professional Squash Association’s Floridablanca Open in March, but when Amanda Sobhy, a Sea Cliff native, was competing in … more
Brookville Church had another successful Blessing of the Animals service on Sept. 24. Church and community members gathered on the front lawn to experience a unique worship experience that included a … more
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino is facing accusations by his Democratic detractors that he personally tore down their party’s political signs in the Village of Sea Cliff on Oct. 1. At … more
The annual Mill Neck Apple Festival was a big success, as visitors from near and far crowded the manor grounds in search of tasty fall treats and festive fun last weekend. For over 50 years, … more
By Alyssa Seidman aseidman@liherald.com Former President Bill Clinton led a discussion on current events at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 5 more
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