Guardian Angel hosts its 10th Giving Tree

Giving children holiday joy for a decade

As the holiday season kicks off, millions of American families are beginning to plan which presents to get for their loved ones. The nonprofit Guardian Angel Family Crisis Center, in Sea Cliff, is …

Grant money can’t be used in Roslyn Park

Missing deed is delaying renovations of a Sea Cliff park

One of Sea Cliff’s proudest attractions is the many walking paths and parks that dot its landscape. The village has recently received several grants for roughly $150,000 to help maintain, …

Students put the ‘giving’ in Thanksgiving

Students from the Glen Head School took the spirit of Thanksgiving to heart this year, as the members of the school’s Community Service Club banded together to raise and donate 68 bags and six …

New restaurant ‘Foster’s’ opens in Sea Cliff

For decades, Metropolitan Bistro in Sea Cliff has been one of the favorite dining spots and watering holes for residents of the village. Now under the new name Foster’s and owned and managed by …

Medical issues never defined Penny Doerge’s short life

St. John’s of Lattingtown Episcopal Church’s Sunday school creates an Easter egg hunt for residents of the Glen Cove Housing Authority’s Glen Gardens every year. The children hide plastic eggs filled with candy on Mason Drive, behind bushes and trees. 

A long-range plan has village looking to the future

Roughly 50 residents of Sea Cliff gathered in the village board’s meeting room on Nov. 17 to hear and ask questions about the Comprehensive Plan. Representatives from BFJ Planning, the …

Repeat county title for North Shore

A special play on special teams and a late dose of its workhorse running back was all North Shore needed to repeat as Nassau Conference IV football champions. Senior Pat Godfrey recovered senior …

Jerry Kremer

The challenges for the Long Island Four

Once upon a time, there was a group known as the Long Island Nine. They were the nine Republican state senators . . .

Randi Kreiss

Being vulnerable, a new holiday ritual

Can we settle in and be real? No, not everyone is having a better time than you. No, you aren’t the only one who wishes you’d passed on the second slice of coconut custard pie.

Editorial

Remembering for those who no longer can

There are very few people left who can answer the question, “Where were you when Pearl Harbor was bombed?”

Op-Ed

‘Energy efficient’ may become a contradiction in terms

Hearings are getting under way on a proposal to socialize energy on Long Island. It would make the Long Island Power Authority the region’s sole entity responsible for keeping our lights on.