BREAKING NEWS: North Shore warms up after fourth nor'easter this winter

North Shore students remember Parkland shooting victims, walk out to protest gun violence

As expected, hundreds of students from across Nassau County took part in Wednesday’s planned National School Walkout to remember the 17 victims of the mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School a month ago and to call for stricter gun controls, according to student activists and educators.


A 70-year history of progress in Sea Cliff

For over 70 years, the Civic Progress Committee has operated with one goal: to vet potential leaders to serve the village. Though the committee has existed for quite some time, many may be unfamiliar …


Open Government enters second cycle with confidence

The Sea Cliff Open Government party formed in the wake of what was considered a controversial personnel appointment by the Board of Trustees in November 2016. When former Village Administrator …

Village passes ‘bring your own bag’ law

On Monday, the board of trustees unanimously passed a local law to regulate the use of plastic carry-out bags, making Sea Cliff the first village in Nassau County to enact such an ordinance. …

Sharrard shreds at Still Partners

“We’re kind of on an endless tour right now,” said Scott Sharrard, a longtime collaborator of Greg Allman, of Allman Brothers Band fame, who died last May of liver cancer. Thanks to a …

Honoring Sea Cliff artist Azita Ganji

On Sunday, the Sea Cliff Village Library held an opening reception for “Spring Again: A Retrospective,” an exhibit sponsored by the Arts Council that features the work of Sea Cliff artist Azita …

Women are stressed out

When her stress levels become unmanageable, 47-year-old Alisa Schindler heads to her Port Washington home’s computer room to write. Married with three active boys, ages 15, 12 and 10, she also …


After Parkland, the youth are leading change

"Why do we have to lead the change?” That was the question Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Ryan Deitsch asked Sen. Marco Rubio at a town hall forum . . .

Scott Brinton

Puckle gun, AR-15, what’s the difference?

You knew CNN’s town hall to debate gun control — on Feb. 21, only a week after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. — would devolve into absurdity when National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch took the stage.

Randi Kreiss

It used to be political, but now it’s personal

So personal. As I realized last week, every single thing President Trump does or says diminishes something or someone I cherish. If this keeps up, he could really start to get on my nerves.

Alfonse D'Amato

Let’s stop shooting from the fringes and aim for the middle

Washington saw another remarkable session of apparent bipartisan accommodation last week, as senators from both parties met with President Trump to discuss measures aimed at containing mounting gun violence.


High School parents party like it’s 1985

The North Shore High School Parent Teacher Organization threw an 80s themed party at Sea Cliff Manor on Saturday to celebrate the seventh annual “Taste of Spring” event. About 150 parents and …


SCFD hosts ‘A Night at the Races’

Over 60 people spent a rainy Saturday night at the Sea Cliff Firehouse to partake in the “Night at the Races” fundraiser, which was organized by Phil Como. The fundraiser benefited the …