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Stolen vehicle from Bayville pulled from Hempstead Harbor

At around 8 a.m. on May 24, the Glen Cove Police Department, Glen Cove Volunteer Fire Department, Glen Cove Harbor Patrol, the Nassau County Marine Bureau and other first responder agencies responded to a report of a car submerged approximately 150 feet off of the boat ramp on Garvies Point Road.

No virus will stop the ‘Pomp and Circumstance’

 When Alexis Nieves, The Regency's Human Resource Coordinator, said that she was graduating from Nassau Community College and that she did not want to attend her virtual graduation ceremony from home, The Regency at Glen Cove Assisted Living staff didn’t agree. The team made a few calls to organize Nieves’ personal college graduation.

Connolly K-Kids donates $345 to high school food pantry

The Margaret A. Connolly Elementary School Kiwanis Kids, or K-Kids, recently donated $345 to the Glen Cove High School food pantry.

City of Glen Cove councilman makes his rounds to nearby nursing homes

Glen Cove City Councilman Gaitley Stevenson-Mathews and his beloved car, Abby, joined fellow Glen Cove resident, Sid Halpern, and his iconic 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee Tractor, along with local …

A Center for Excellence to grow up and grow older

A couple of years have passed since Glen Cove earned the World Health Organization and AARP’s Age-Friendly status in 2018, making it an ideal place to grow up and grow old. Carol Waldman, the former executive director of the Glen Cove Senior Center and current liaison consultant to the city, decided she wanted to take that friendliness a step further.

Memorial Day weekend kicks off Glen Cove’s beach season

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 …

Socially distanced ceremony honors fallen soldiers

Fallen soldiers were remembered differently in Glen Cove this year because the pandemic’s conditions made it impossible to hold the annual Memorial Day Parade.


New York can learn a lot from South Korea

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to open beaches statewide, including Jones Beach, on Friday. It is a moment we have all eagerly awaited, a symbolic gesture signaling . . .


Stay strong, Nassau

Last weekend was cold and windy, which likely prevented many people from venturing outside to potentially crowded spaces like the Jones Beach Boardwalk. For now, that’s a good thing.