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New bulkhead coming to Glen Cove Sewage Treatment Plant

The Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously on Aug. 3 to approve additional funding for a new marine bulkhead along the Glen Cove Sewage Treatment Plant, near Hempstead Harbor. The bulkhead will …

Underground gas tank ignites in Sea Cliff

The Sea Cliff Fire Department received a call at 5:38 p.m. on Sunday in response to an underground gasoline tank at Pride Gas Station at 311 Glen Cove Ave. in Sea Cliff. Hugo Diaz, manager of VIP …

No Covid-19 check-ins for over a month at G.C. Hospital

It’s been over a month since Glen Cove Hospital checked in a Covid-19 patient, surrounded by a community with an infection rate less than 1 percent. One patient, who has tested negative for Covid-19, remained in recovery from the virus in the hospital’s rehab unit in mid-August.

Love Your Neighbor Project helps Long Island’s needy

Recognizing the impact the coronavirus pandemic was having on the North Shore, Sea Cliff resident Jaime Teich decided that she had to help her community in any way she could. She started making masks …

Senators grill utilities over Isaias response

Members of the State Senate joined the Public Service Commission, Long Island Power Authority and PSEG Long Island officials in a 13-hour virtual hearing on Aug. 20 to discuss what many said was the …

Suozzi honors life-saving police officers

U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi held a press conference on Monday outside the Glen Cove Police Department, alongside police and local officials, on Monday, at which he honored five police officers who recently …

$56K raised for Still Partners

Since owners Dan Roth and Ray Capone took over the Still Partners restaurant and bar in 2013, it has been a fixture in downtown Sea Cliff. The gastropub, on Sea Cliff Avenue, is known for its upscale …

Editorial

This Sept. 11, we mourn more deeply than ever

For those who lived in the New York metropolitan area when the World Trade Center was attacked by terrorists, Sept. 11 is a day that will “live in infamy,” to quote President Franklin D. Roosevelt . . .

Op-Ed

Returning to Long Island’s segregated schools

As the new school year begins, students, teachers and parents are understandably focused on the immediate issue of how schools are reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic. But . . .

Op-Ed

Deliver the letter. The sooner, the better.

Meet at the mailbox, we told our kids when they walked up the block to wait for the school bus. Those were the elementary school years when the yellow bus hauled them off to . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

The economy needs emergency attention now

Three-quarters of a year into 2020, let’s all pray that the end of Covid-19 is mercifully within view. Great progress is being made . . .

Send the Herald your stories, photos of how you're coping with the coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has vastly altered our daily routines. Parents are at home. Children are at home. College students are at home. All must stay put, we are told, for now. People are making …