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Tim Dunn sat outside the Stop & Shop on Forest Avenue for seven hours on Sept. 16, surrounded by large neon-pink signs reading “Save the View.” During his vigil, Dunn collected 176 signatures. His hope is that they will prove to city officials that one of the community’s favorite restaurants, The View Grill, deserves the city’s support for its proposal. more
Juon Hodge, a direct support professional with AHRC, an organization that provides specialized support for children and adults with developmental disabilities, works at the organization’s New Woods Road residence in Glen Cove. He began his role with the Glen Cove home nine years ago, thinking it would only be a temporary part of his life. But, like many others in his position, he grew attached to those he cared for, and formed a family bond with his colleagues and residents. more
Glen Cove residents Tony Lagos, owner of Burger Boys Bar and Grill, and longtime friend Kevin Losee were sitting outside the restaurant on Aug. 31 enjoying a warm evening summer breeze. Typically, the street is silent during evening hours, but the quiet was shattered by broken glass and desperate cries for help just before 11p.m. Lagos and Losse sprang from their seats realizing they had to answer the urgent pleas. more
Glen Cove’s downtown has thriving businesses, lush greenery, and string lights that blanket evening shoppers in a soft, warm glow. Although the ambiance, the diverse businesses and the Downtown Sounds summer concert series already attract visitors from other parts of the North Shore, the city is asking community members what improvements they’d like to see in the downtown area. more
The Glen Cove City Council voted on Aug. 22 to ban the use of Airbnb for property rentals of less than 28 days. Council members also voted to ban the use of the Swimply phone app, which allows people to rent their pools by the hour. more
Murmurs of “Jeanine,” “The View” and “RFP” echoed throughout Glen Cove City Hall chambers before Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Although some residents were there to discuss concerns about local laws and safety, others were there clutching bright pink signs reading “Save The View-Support Jeanine.” more
For over 30 years, Chef Jeanine DiMenna has been feeding the Glen Cove community. Her restaurants have long been meeting places and gathering spots for special events, and people come because they know DiMenna will deliver. more
Layton Hunt, 88, former proprietor of Hunt’s Barber Shop for over six decades, died on July 17. Hunt was somewhat of a legend on the North Shore, known for his skill, congeniality, and kindness. The cause of death was lung cancer. more
The Glen Cove City Council unanimously passed a new law on July 25 that restricts the establishment of tobacco stores, commonly known as vape shops, in certain areas in the city, which, council members said, will help reduce young people’s access to tobacco, vaping and drug paraphernalia. more
If you’ve been to Shore Road, chances are you’re smelled authentic Texas-style barbeque wafting through the air. The delightful sensation comes from Laura’s BBQ, a waterfront smokehouse nestled between Glen Cove Creek, and Shore Thing Rentals. more
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