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Governor Cuomo came to Jones Beach State Park Sunday to offer a modicum of hope for a region battered by the coronavirus: Long Island, he said, was on track to begin Phase I reopening on Wednesday, … more
It was not standing on Central Avenue watching military veterans being feted or fire trucks driving by or the Lawrence High School marching band performing nor was it people standing by the soldier memorial in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park and waving American flags. more
The Clinical Clean staff will be cleaning Glen Cove EMS ambulances every day.  more
Inwood resident Diane Tyler, whose daughter Sharifah is a home health aide, and has many  family members and friends on what is called the frontline of caring for and responding to the needs of Covid-19 patients said she was thinking of a way to honor the front-liners. more
Robert M. Finley Middle School eighth grader Virginia Graziosi is using her time away from school to contribute to the community. When she is not doing schoolwork, she is helping the local medical staff at Glen Cove Hospital by sewing reusable cloth masks. more
After Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last Friday that state beaches, including those on Long Island, could open this weekend, City of Glen Cove Mayor Tim Tenke, Attorney Gregory Kalnitsky and Department … more
With Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal of a 20 percent cut in Foundation Aid and potential funding from the federal government that would supplement that loss, Glen Cove City School District’s … more
I never imagined the emptiness. It left me with a sinking feeling, a sense of aloneness that I had not experienced before as I stood on Long Island Rail Road train trestles during the middle of what … more
For the first time in the 100-year history of the Rockville Centre American Legion Post 303, a U.S. Coast Guard ensign was commissioned at the post on Maple Avenue on May 20. more
The Five Towns Early Learning Center in Inwood, an essential part of the community it has served for 80 years, has remained vital during the coronavirus pandemic by never shutting its doors to care for the children of frontline workers. During World War II, women who attended trade school dropped off their children so they could work in the place of men. more
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