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Mixed reviews for Villa at Glen Cove during hearing

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.

Noble Savage Brewing Company raises money online to stay open

Opening a downtown brewery in Glen Cove has been no easy feat for Frank Bilello, who started brewing in his backyard shed in 2014.

Back to the books: Glen Cove Public Library is now open for browsing

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.

Parts of Glen Cove see a rise of car larcenies

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.

No Covid-19 check-ins for over a month at G.C. Hospital

It’s been over a month since Glen Cove Hospital checked in a Covid-19 patient, surrounded by a community with an infection rate less than 1 percent. One patient, who has tested negative for Covid-19, remained in recovery from the virus in the hospital’s rehab unit in mid-August.

Glen Cove music teacher’s lessons went beyond the auditorium

From 1976 to 2002, Dale Alan Zurbrick of Glen Cove, who was known to many simply as “Z,” taught music and led theater programs in the Glen Cove City School District. He had a lasting impacting on many students’ lives, and even after his days as a teacher, he remained a source of support and inspiration for his colleagues, and his former students.

WWII veteran, longtime Glen Cove resident leaves behind a legacy 

Glen Cove resident and WWII veteran Robert O’Neill, 95, died on Aug.13, leaving behind his family and community that loved him with a legacy that many community members are saying they will never forget. 

Editorial

Fill out the census — the deadline is Sept. 30

Elected leaders from across Nassau County are urging — even pleading with — residents to fill out the U.S. census if they have not already done so, and time is running out.

Scott Brinton

A maddening tale of two presidencies

Donald Trump revealed his true self to The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward over the course of 18 interviews beginning last December, appearing coherent and well-informed . . .

Randi Kreiss

You’d better believe it: We are in this together

Five years ago, I returned from a visit to my kids and grandkids, who live in a mountain town in northern California, and in this space I wrote, “I have come back from the future, and if you plan on going, better wear your fire-retardant underwear.”

Calendar

    Bowling

    Saturday, September 26

    Singles Association of Long Island, ages 25 plus. Social gathering afterwards at the New Hyde Park Diner, 160 Hillside Avenue (near the Queens/Nassau border), New Hyde Park. The dates are Saturday, January 25, February 29, March 28, April 25, May …

  • Open tai chi class-forever tai chi!

    Saturday, September 26

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Alfonse D'Amato

The economy needs emergency attention now

Three-quarters of a year into 2020, let’s all pray that the end of Covid-19 is mercifully within view. Great progress is being made . . .