With the Autumn Equinox kick-starting the fall season on Sept. 22, the days of summer are now over, and many Glen Cove residents are pleasantly looking back on their summer memories. And despite the pandemic, residents were still able to experience those moments that they will always remember.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement begins at sundown on Sunday evening. Yom Kippur, is a day when Jews fast and ask for God’s forgiveness through a day of intense prayer having had a 10-day period to make amends with those they have wronged during the previous year.
On a chilly and somber Sunday, a small crowd gathered outside State Supreme Court in Garden City to remember the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday at age 87. …
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year Festival, is a time where those of the Jewish faith take 10 days to look within and see what needs to be changed, said Rabbi Irwin Huberman of Congregation Tifereth Israel in Glen Cove.
First day of school outfit, check. Backpack, check. School supplies, check. Face mask, check.
Allegations of gender discrimination and harassment lodged last fall against Glen Cove Mayor Tim Tenke and two other city officials were “unfounded and/or unactionable.”
A pandemic will not stop the City of Glen Cove from remembering the events of Sept. 11, 2001 that left 2,977 dead, including four Glen Cove residents.
Even though the annual 5K in support of the Nicholas Pedone Foundation had to be cancelled this year due to Covid-19, his parents Chris and Josephine Pedone, with their foundation, will still continue to race towards their goal of putting smiles on the faces of children battling cancer.
The Glen Cove Planning Board held one of two virtual hearings Sept. 1 to gather public comments on The Villa at Glen Cove, a $65 million, 176-unit rental housing complex proposed on Glen Cove Avenue. The second hearing will be held Sept. 15.
Opening a downtown brewery in Glen Cove has been no easy feat for Frank Bilello, who started brewing in his backyard shed in 2014.
As many Glen Cove residents are preparing to go back to school, two of the city’s resource centers have reopened — the Glen Cove Public Library and the North Shore Historical Museum.
Simply forgetting to lock the car is costing some Glen Cove residents the loss of their valuables, as individuals, who have yet to be identified, are stealing from unlocked cars.
The Jewish High Holy Days are an important time for many of our residents, an opportunity to reflect on the year that has passed and plan for the year ahead. One critical word during this most vital part of the year . . .
We are living in a Greek tragedy, rich in ironic twists. Donald Trump, who ran for office on the promise of “draining the swamp,” has created an administration populated by swamp critters . . .
Tai Chi Class-all levels! Tai Chi and Qigong (deep breathing) have been proven to improve flexibility, reduce stress, lower blood pressure and increase stamina. Join us every Wednesday and Saturday to learn traditional Tai Chi and …
One of the great U.S. success stories in recent times has been the country’s move to energy independence. Because we now produce more than enough domestic energy to power our homes and businesses . . .