Holiday cheer is here! North Shore events this week

Saturday December. 2, Introduction to Coding: Session II Students grades 6-12 are welcome to build on the skills learned in Session I, Saturday, Dec. 2, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at Gold Coast Public …


Prosecutors expand case against Santos with new charges

U.S. Rep. George Santos is facing even more criminal counts in federal court, as prosecutors expand their wire fraud case against him.

Nancy Marks, former campaign treasurer for George Santos, to plead guilty in federal court

Nancy Marks, the former campaign treasurer for New York’s most controversial Congressman, George Santos, is set to plead guilty to at least one unspecified felony Thursday at the Central Islip …

Toes boasts ‘right attitude’ for civil service

The next congressional election is still a year and a half away, but the roster of candidates lining up to evict Congressman George Santos from his House seat is already sizable.

A place for everyone at Saint Luke’s Bazaar

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sea Cliff is gearing up for its annual Bazaar, a chance for village residents and members of the wider Long Island community to head over to the church and grab some food, some homemade preserves, and enjoy the beautiful fall weather. The bazaar, which has been held every year for at least the last 40 years, also includes raffles, apple cider pressing, an array of vendors, and more. It will take place at St. Luke’s, 253 Glen Ave. on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center to make room for more

The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center is constructing an auditorium to increase the number of visitors they can accommodate. With the increasing amount of antisemitism in the state, they say education is an essential tool to combat hateful acts.

This week's top North Shore events !

Dracula, Oct. 1 to Nov. 5  The North Shore Village Theatre presents Dracula  every Thursday Friday and Saturday between Oct. 19 and Nov. 4. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for …


In Israel, war ends politics, diplomacy as usual

Hamas’s Saturday-morning assault on Israel was more than just a shocking demonstration of barbarism. The toll of Israeli dead and wounded — not to mention those kidnapped and taken to the Gaza Strip by these murderers — is sickening.


Once more, Israel goes to war

Like everyone in our community and all right-minded people in the world, I am horrified by the heinous terrorist attacks that occurred in Israel beginning last weekend.

Peter King

What happened in the House will damage Congress

The removal of Kevin McCarthy as speaker of the House of Representatives, led by perennial malcontent Matt Gaetz, was disgraceful, and will have lasting negative implications for Congress and the nation.


Surviving, and thriving, after breast cancer

Twenty years ago, I became one of the more than 4 million women in America who are breast cancer survivors.