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George Maragos, a Democrat vying to replace Glen Cove’s Republican mayor, Pamela Panzenbeck, on Nov. 7, is an immigrant who attained the American dream. He says he wants to use his background in finance to give back to his community. more
During the summer, Congressman George Santos sought a venue to hold a town hall meeting with constituents, but his attempts to schedule those public meetings in Hempstead, North Hempstead and Oyster Bay were denied. more
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
Glen Cove Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck says she wasn’t raised to sit around. She was raised to do things to help her community. more
The walls seem to be closing in on freshman U.S. Rep. George Santos as federal prosecutors asked Judge Joanna Seybert to postpone the Sept. 7 status conference to continue discussions on “possible paths forward” in his fraud case. more
Bruce Blakeman and Patrick Ryder stood on the steps of Valley Stream Central High School, holding up a backpack. No, this wasn’t one of the many school supply giveaways that take place this time of year. 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
Commuters on the Oyster Bay Branch of the Long Island Rail Road can expect a lot of changes come Sept. 5. But what the LIRR is touting as simplified trips will be expensive for commuters like Jeffry Brown. A CEO of a company in Manhattan, he is trying to convince his employees to return to work in person, which would require for most taking the Long Island Rail Road. Brown wrote in an email to the Herald that the changes will cost him an additional $120 a month for a municipal parking permit to use another station which he will need to do because of the LIRR’s changes. Although public policies should encourage people to take mass transit, the proposed changes will do the opposite for the Greenvale commuter. 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
Embattled Republican U.S. Rep. George Santos said he still plans to keep his seat in Congress in 2024, but now, he faces a third Republican challenger trying to block his bid for reelection — Air Force veteran and lawyer Greg Hach. more
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