Mojgan “Moji” Pourmoradi, the new museum director for the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, wants to bridge the Holocaust education gap

Mojgan “Moji” Pourmoradi, the new director of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, said she hopes to help bridge gaps in education about the atrocities against Jewish people during World War II. She believes that education is key to combating history’s cyclical tendency to tolerate antisemitism.

First comprehensive plan for Sea Cliff in 50 years

Long range plan passed by Sea Cliff Village Board

Although it was a dark and stormy evening on Monday, the energy in Sea Cliff Village Hall was high as the village board unanimously approved the adoption of the Sea Cliff Comprehensive Plan. The …

Sea Cliff holds memorial service for Sept. 11 tragedy

The morning was fittingly overcast for the 22nd anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 as dozens of neighbors, first responders and politicians gathered in Sea Cliff to commemorate …

Santos claims plea speculation is ‘wildly inaccurate’

The walls seem to be closing in on freshman U.S. Rep. George Santos as federal prosecutors asked Judge Joanna Seybert to postpone the Sept. 7 status conference to continue discussions on “possible paths forward” in his fraud case.

North Shore features many new faces

With only four seniors, the North Shore girls’ soccer team will be younger if not better.  The Vikings lost a last-minute heartbreaker in the Nassau County Class A quarterfinals to …

Behr looks to bring a fresh perspective

Town of Oyster Bay supervisor candidate Jared Behr Running on ethics and reform platform

With election season right around the corner, there are currently two candidates for the office of Town of Oyster Bay supervisor — challenger Jared Behr, a Democrat, and Republican …

Angelo and Kathryn Grande go above and beyond to help

Glen Head couple always stand up for military vets at Nassau County Stand Down

While anyone can lend a hand to a friend or even give food to a stranger, some people go above and beyond in their service to others. Angelo and Kathryn Grande of Glen Head are two such people, …


American Sign Language opens many doors

A growing number of public schools — including many here in Nassau County — are offering something many wish they had years ago: American Sign Language.


It’s time to deliver on our promise to never forget

We all remember where we were that day. I remember every detail.


Thank God for the writers’ strike

On May 2, the Writers Guild of America ceased its activities and went on strike. After years of stagnating compensation and, now, job insecurity due to AI . . .

Randi Kreiss

A gold-plated hydrant for a pet’s Valentine’s Day?

As Valentine’s Day approaches, I’m obsessing about how to impress, and basically ingratiate myself to, my domestic partner.