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For most children, summer is a time away from the hard work in the classroom. For one hardworking young girl and her friends, however, this summer was a chance to give back to the furry four-legged … more
When Irene Poulos died on Sept. 1, at age 92, the North Shore Greek Orthodox community lost not only a devoted parishioner, loving wife and mother, and cheerful neighbor, but an important figure in … more
The war in Ukraine has left tens of thousands of men, women and children scattered around the world, forced to flee their homes and leave their lives and possessions behind in their search for … more
Megan McCormack was named interim principal of Sea Cliff Elementary School by the North Shore School District Board of Education on Sept. 8, replacing Principal Jeannette Wojcik, who resigned to take … more
When Margaret Watt posts one of her Sea Cliff photographs to her more than 34,000 Instagram followers, she freezes time for all to enjoy.Though she says she is not a photographer, Watt loves the … more
Natalia Homcharenko, of Ukraine, misses her six cats terribly. When she left her three-room flat in Kyiv to board a flight to New York on Feb. 4, she thought she would be back in a month. She … more
The North Shore Coalition Against Substance Abuse held its first ever charity fundraiser in the form of a golf outing on Aug. 29. The outing, which was held at the Brookville Country Club in Glen … more
Every two months the Sea Cliff Arts Council holds an art show celebrating the works of local artists in the village library. For July and August, the artist was none other than Sea Cliff’s own … more
It’s been over 70 years since U.S. Marine Sgt. Evelyn Kandel joined the service, and she still has a hard time accepting how groundbreaking her choice was at the age of 18. Kandel’s friends have credited most of her life experiences to being in the right place at the right time, especially since her career in the Marines began at the suggestion of her foster mother, upon realizing there weren’t funds available for her education.  more
The last few years have been anything but normal, especially for local businesses. In the first somewhat normal summer since 2019, the Herald asked business owners and workers in Sea Cliff their thoughts on the state of business in the community. more
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