Strict abortion laws discovered, called out in municipal codes

With the repeal of Roe v. Wade still fresh in many minds, restrictions on abortions found in local municipal codes are being rediscovered again across several Long Island municipalities — laws some fear could create blueprints for future restrictions

Glen Cove marks 9/11

Glen Cove community members gathered at Pratt Park last Sunday to honor those who died 21 years ago, in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Some 500 Long Islanders were killed that day, including four residents of Glen Cove. 

Lightning sets fire to Glen Cove home

Violent thunderstorms traveled through Glen Cove and the surrounding areas on Tuesday causing an early morning fire at 149 Landing Road. At 5:35 a.m. …

NOSH finds a new home on School Street

NOSH, which lost its home due to a fire in August 2021, has finally found a new space at 32 School St. in Glen Cove. A subset of the North Shore Soup Kitchen, NOSH serves the surrounding communities by providing emergency food delivery to individuals and families in need. Its new location was made official with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 31, with much fanfare as residents, elected leaders and NOSH volunteers came to show their support for the organization’s new home.

First City Collective brings art and tourism to Glen Cove

The oldest home in Glen Cove was bustling last week in a way that’s rare for an historic landmark. Beginning with a V.I.P preview on Sept. 8, and then opening to the public on Sept. 10, First City Project Collective held the “Arts and Automobiles” exhibition. The event-featured mixed-medium artists that included works with canvas, statues and automobiles. 

North Shore residents at odds with Roe overturn

The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade came after 50 years of the established right to protect abortion. The landmark ruling by the Supreme Court has highlighted a growing rift among Long Islanders. In …

Glen Cove officials want to install bus cameras

Keeping children safe was on the minds of Glen Cove City Council members at a pre-council meeting on June 14. The topic of discussion was the addition of a photographic violation monitoring system on …


A history of King Charles not worth repeating

Oddly enough, however, my family has a connection to the throne — that is, if longstanding legend is to be believed.

Randi Kreiss

Work for Donald Trump, wind up in handcuffs

Is that the scent of autumn apples in the air? No, I believe that’s the smell of subpoenas, dozens of subpoenas served in recent weeks to Trump employees, former employees . . .

Jerry Kremer

The dilemma of choosing a college

This is a busy time of year for families. Getting the children back to school and focused on homework is a big challenge for any parent. And there’s another group of parents . . .