G.C. needs harassment policy — now, not later

Ever since allegations of sexual harassment against Hollywood big shot Harvey Weinstein and funny man-turned-politician Al Franken, the former Democratic senator from Minnesota, broke late last year, …

How Glen Cove became a city

This is part one in a series. Glen Cove was tied inextricably to the Town of Oyster Bay for the first 250 years of its existence. The settlement of Oyster Bay preceded that of Mosquito Cove (the 17th …

New pastor at Presbyterian Church in Glen Cove

When the Rev. Kally Elliott, the new part-time pastor of Glen Cove’s First Presbyterian Church, was growing up in San Diego, she saw women taking on the role of spiritual leaders at her church. …

Glen Cove mansion destroyed in early-morning fire

A 120-year-old mansion on Ridge Road was destroyed by fire on Jan. 7. The massive blaze, which began in the early morning, in the Red Spring Colony area of Glen Cove, quickly consumed the structure, …

Glen Cove fares well during storm

A predicted little flutter of a storm that had been expected early in the week to drop a casual two to six inches on Long Island ended up morphing into one of the biggest single-day blizzards in …

Editorial

New York state prioritizes gang prevention

In late October and early November, FBI agents, state troopers and Nassau County police began showing up at local parks and in secluded forests in central Nassau County — in the Roosevelt-Baldwin …

Editorial

This holiday season, give to hurricane relief

The holidays can be one of the most stressful times of year, with shopping and cooking, and more shopping and cooking. For most people it is also a joyous time of year, with precious hours spent with …

Randi Kreiss

Dear Europe: Step up. It’s payback time.

We’ve hit a rough patch in America. For the first time in memory, the eyes of the world are looking toward us with more pity than admiration. Our burnished reputation, earned through decades of …

Alfonse D'Amato

Thank Sen. Richard Shelby for Roy Moore’s defeat

A s polarized and negative as American politics has become, something happened last week that shows there’s still a reservoir of good sense in America’s political system. The U.S. Senate election …

The Merry Tree Festival comes to Glen Cove

Walking through downtown Glen Cove is especially festive this year, thanks to the 40 live, decorated Christmas trees that line the streets. Started three years ago by Glen Cove’s Public …

It’s time for Christmas!

Welcome to the season of Christmas! It’s such a wonderful time of year and probably the only time when everybody tries to get along at the dinner table. This specific season reminds everyone that …