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 …

Sea Cliff’s Carpenter family is (briefly) raised from the dead

In Sea Cliff’s Carpenter Cemetery, a group of elementary school girls darted in and out of the half-barren trees, the wispy veils of their costumes trailing behind them in the autumn breeze. One …

Federal grant bolsters F.D. recruitment in Sea Cliff

Last Saturday, the Sea Cliff Fire Department was recognized for its successful implementation of the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response program, which provides funding through the …

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 …

Glen Head restaurant adds dinner to its repertoire

As the busy day outside subsided, the lights inside Grassroots, an organic eatery in Glen Head, began to dim. Indie music streamed softly through the sound system overhead, and electric candles …

North Shore veterans get care at new VA mobile unit at Glen Cove VFW

On Tuesday, Glen Cove joined three other Long Island communities taking part in a pilot program aimed at improving veterans’ access to medical care. Previously, local veterans in need of care …

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Let’s help, not hinder, economic growth in N.Y. state

If you’ve been in the market for a home on Long Island, run a business here or are a student seeking a college loan, you’ll notice that . . .

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Spellbinding scares and science in Sea Cliff

With the help of Sea Cliff MAKEshop, a non-profit organization that offers science- and arts-based enrichment to the community, residents got into the Halloween spirit by carving pumpkins and …