Revival of Glen Cove Hospital continues

Glen Cove Hospital is continuing its journey forward with renovations that are creating a renaissance of sorts to benefit patients, caregivers and the community. The latest improvement is the replacement of a wall on the first floor with an imaging reception room for patients and their families. Located a few steps away from the operating room, the reception room, with its offerings of coffee and tea, pale blue and white chairs, partial glass walls and soothing artwork, providing a serene environment for those having imaging and surgical procedures and their families.

Oyster Bay resident charged in murder-for-hire case

Oyster Bay resident Qing Ming (Allen) Yu and his alleged associates Antony Abreu and Zhe (Zack) Zhang have been charged with murder-for-hire relating to the execution-style killing of businessman Xin …

Has held supervisor’s office for six years

Joseph Saladino vows to continue serving Oyster Bay

After six years as the Town of Oyster Bay supervisor, Joseph Saladino says he still has a lot he wants to accomplish. The Massapequa native has been a mainstay of town and state politics for over …

A soulful ceremony on Sept. 11 in Oyster Bay

Finding comfort among friends, family and strangers, residents memorialized those who perished on the 22nd anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001 on Monday. Twenty-four residents from the hamlet died that day …

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 …

Locust Valley Central School District honors Sept. 11 victims

Locust Valley Central School District schools honored the nearly 3,000 lives lost during the Sept. 11 attacks in ceremonies on Monday. During the ceremony, Locust Valley High School student Sarah …

North Shore events!

Sea Cliff Village Museum exhibit opens Friday, Sept. 29 Sea Cliff Village Museum hosts an opening reception for its new exhibit “A Suburban Village: Sea Cliff in the 1950s,” …


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.