A changing climate means more ecological threats

North Shore notices climate change

A heat wave has blanketed Long Island in recent days, and it is becoming more apparent that extreme weather patterns are here to stay. The Herald spoke to residents of the North Shore and members of …

Alleged Glen Cove Mansion shooter turns himself in

Police have confirmed that Brooklyn resident Remy Marshall, 26, turned himself in this morning at the Glen Cove Police station accompanied by his lawyer, Javier Solano, a Manhattan criminal attorney. …

Low mortality, high infectivity for BA.5

Covid numbers rising again

It appears the Covid-19 pandemic peaked and is declining, but it also appears the virus is not going anywhere anytime soon, as the BA.5 variant has been aggressively making its way around Nassau …

Glen Cove Youth Bureau getting kids to work

The Glen Cove Youth Bureau is offering young teenagers, most of whom have never worked before, the opportunity to get first-hand work experience. The program is designed to teach them what they’ll …

Alleged G.C. Mansion shooter turns himself in

Police have confirmed that Brooklyn resident Remy Marshall, 26, the alleged Glen Cove Mansion shooter, turned himself in on July 21 at the Glen Cove Police station accompanied by his lawyer, Javier …

North Shore residents at odds with Roe overturn

The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade came after 50 years of the established right to protect abortion. The landmark ruling by the Supreme Court has highlighted a growing rift among Long Islanders. In …

Glen Cove officials want to install bus cameras

Keeping children safe was on the minds of Glen Cove City Council members at a pre-council meeting on June 14. The topic of discussion was the addition of a photographic violation monitoring system on …

Jerry Kremer

Courage is too rare a commodity these days

One of my all-time favorite books was written by the late President John F. Kennedy in 1956, four years before he became president. The book, “Profiles in Courage” . . .

Randi Kreiss

Governor DeSantis: Teachers need to be educated

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s plan to allow U.S. veterans to teach in Florida classrooms is a terrific concept — if and when the veterans earn bachelor’s degrees and complete teacher training programs.

Editorial

Protect democracy: Become an election protector

During the dog days of summer, many people are more apt to relax on vacation than to think about whom they plan to vote for in the upcoming elections, never mind how they can help ensure voters’ rights at the polling place.

Op-Ed

Where’s the county’s plan for opioid settlement funds?

Nassau County’s ongoing mission to address the opioid addiction crisis is one of the most important and most heart-wrenching issues I contend with . . .