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Bart’s Barber Shop is still serving Sea Cliff

Although owner Joe Mazzeo announced in October that legendary Sea Cliff establishment Bart’s Barber Shop would be closing, the shop is still open today. Mazzeo, 78, said he is passionate about …

The North Shore shares its hopes for 2021

With 2020 in the rearview mirror and a new, promising year ahead of them, officials and residents from throughout the North Shore are hopeful that the year ahead can improve upon the year behind …

Town meeting disruptors can no longer be arrested

On Tuesday, the Town of Oyster Bay Board unanimously passed a resolution revising an Oct. 6 meeting decorum law, which allowed for the arrest and filing of criminal charges against anyone who …

North Shore residents try to fathom what happened at the Capitol on Wednesday

The Capitol was breached by insurrectionists Wednesday afternoon during a debate over certification of Electoral College results at approximately 3:45 p.m. Members of Congress were instructed to …

Nassau Congress members react to Capitol violence

U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, of Glen Cove, was in the House of Representatives chamber when the Capitol was breached Wednesday afternoon. A debate over certification of Electoral College results in the presidential race was just getting under way, sometime between 3 and 4 p.m.. Then, abruptly, members of Congress were instructed to retrieve the gas masks from under their chairs.

Telling time, and an important story, at HMTC

When Andrea Bolender, of Glen Head, took over as chair of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County in September, she said that one of her missions would be to promote the idea of …

Jaime Teich loves her neighbors like no other

Jaime Teich, of Sea Cliff, embodies the mantra, “Love thy neighbor.” Through the Love Your Neighbor Project, a nonprofit that she started in May in response to the coronavirus …

Editorial

President Biden has his work cut out for him

We will need years, if not decades, to unravel and repair the damage that President Trump has done to the nation with his politics and policies.

Op-Ed

Let the healing begin

On March 4, 1861, President-elect Abraham Lincoln stood on the East Portico of the U.S. Capitol to take the oath of office and deliver his first inaugural address. Seven southern states had already . . .

Randi Kreiss

Fear hovered over Biden inauguration week

As I write this, after the mob attack on the Capitol and before this week’s Presidential Inauguration, like many of you, I don’t know what to believe.

Jerry Kremer

What we do right now will echo in history

America is in a state of shock in the wake of the assault on the U.S. Capitol, a second impeachment of President Trump and months of denial of the validity of November’s election. We have a new president . . .

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 …