Portions of Route 107 to close for utility work

Portions of Route 107, a state road that stretches from Glen Cove to Jericho, will be closed for utility work by PSEG Long Island from July 14 to Aug. 30. The closures will make way for workers to …

Bill would expand workplace equality for the hearing-impaired

A bill recently introduced in the Nassau County Legislature would help level the playing field for hearing-impaired people in the workplace by amending the county’s human rights law to include …

Storage facility proposed for Halm property

South Carolina-based real estate developer Johnson Development Associates, Inc., has purchased a portion of a five-acre property on Glen Head Road to develop a 102,000 square-foot storage facility. …

Catching up with freshman State Senator Jim Gaughran

Jim Gaughran, a Democrat from Huntington, said he was pleased by the number of bills that were passed during his first session as a state senator. The Herald Gazette visited him in his new office in …

Congrats to the North Shore High School class of 2019

An audience of proud family members and friends filled North Shore High School’s athletic field for commencement Wednesday morning. There was an air of anticipation and promise, and then the first …

Civics urge action on retaining wall in Glen Head

Members of the Glen Knolls/Glen Head Estates Civic Association are urging the Nassau County Department of Public Works to repair a retaining wall along Glen Cove Avenue that appears to be …

A joyful jaunt in Sea Cliff

It was the perfect night to have dinner al fresco. The doors and windows of Sea Cliff’s restaurants were open, inviting a breeze to flow in from the streets. What diners hadn’t anticipated was …

Editorial

New York leads on climate crisis

With the passage in the State Legislature of the most aggressive bill addressing climate change in the country, and a vow by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week to sign it into law, New York is poised to take the lead in the fight against the world’s climate crisis.

Op-Ed

Be alert to elder abuse

Every June 15 we commemorate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is important that we speak openly about elder abuse, because it is a hidden crime that most Americans are reluctant to talk about or even acknowledge.

Op-Ed

Be ready when the next hurricane hits

With the anxiety of Superstorm Sandy never far from our minds, Long Islanders have watched painfully familiar scenes unfold across the South, the mid-Atlantic and the Caribbean over the past two years . . .

Randi Kreiss

On July 12, march for immigrants’ liberty and justice

I have read enough Holocaust literature and American slavery narratives and stories of the infamous poor houses of the 18th and 19th centuries to wonder what I would do if I were a witness to the abuse and persecution of innocent people.