UPDATED: Fire rips through 30-year G.C. business

Fire tore through Cove Plumbing Supply Co. on Morris Avenue Monday night, sending over 30 fire departments from across the North Shore and beyond racing …

Meet Patsy, Glen Cove’s grand marshal

If there is one thing people can learn about Patsy Furlong by walking past his Glen Cove home, it’s that St. Patrick’s Day plays a huge role in his life and that of his wife, Nancy. All of their …

Manganos found guilty on multiple corruption charges

Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda, were found guilty on a number of charges Friday morning following a second trial on federal charges that they abused their positions for personal benefit.

Marking a golden restaurant anniversary in Glen Cove

Lost in thought, Peter Antonopoulos lit a cigar. Gazing at the calm water of the Long Island Sound from the back window of the View Grill, he smiled. His restaurant always reminds him of Greece, he …

Residents opinions mixed on school bond

Over the past week, the Herald Gazette has received a half-dozen calls from Glen Cove residents without children in the city’s school district who wished to voice their concern with or opposition …

Purim party in Glen Cove celebrates inclusivity

The children raced from table to table in the auditorium of Congregation Tifereth Israel, their hands tinkering with crafts, crayons and carnival games. They spun around wildly in the makeshift gaga …

Changes coming to streets, but not Morgan Park

During their Glen Cove Pre-Council meeting on March 19, representatives from several different departments and companies from around the city discussed with council members the growing issues within …

Op-Ed

Structural racism on display on L.I. schools’ sports fields

Long Island is one of the most segregated metropolitan areas in America, and segregation in our schools is getting worse, according to the Long Island-based ERASE Racism.

Editorial

Let’s celebrate women speaking truth to power

On Friday, many countries worldwide are commemorating International Women’s Day. Meanwhile, in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, all of March will be marked by . . .

College admission can’t be about cheating

The collegiate world was rocked last week when 50 (mostly wealthy) parents, including Long Island’s Lori Loughlin, of “Full House” fame, were accused of being part of a bribery and cheating …