Parents: Close Littleworth Lane

“I have seen close calls on that street that have taken my breath away,” said Adam Friedberg. The Sea Cliff parent was speaking at Monday night’s village meeting. In a prepared statement for …

Aiding the refugee crisis through song

Musician Roger Street Friedman, of Sea Cliff, is lending his musical talents to benefit a cause greater than himself — aiding 65 million refugees. Over the summer, Friedman partnered with the USA for …

Peruvian painter gives the gift of art to Glen Cove

Peruvian artist Victor Farfan’s paintings are currently on display in the Glen Cove Library. Many people in Glen Cove are familiar with him because he’s been a resident for the past 40 years. But …

Men’s Cross Country team travels to states for the first time in over 10 years

After winning their third consecutive county championship last month, the North Shore Men’s Cross Country team traveled to Wayne Central High School in Ontario Center, N.Y. to compete in the …

Curran wins!

Baldwin Democrat Laura Curran pulled off a historic victory over Republican Jack Martins to become the first woman elected as a county executive on Long Island. For much of the night on Tuesday, …

Oyster Festival comes to town in all its glory

The 34th annual Oyster Festival was the place to be last weekend not only for the food, but also to enjoy some great entertainment, crafts and rides. For some, it was a time to relax and enjoy the …

The apple of Mill Neck’s eye

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, …

Pets are lovingly blessed at Brookville Church

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 …