Local leaders seek day center for homeless

At around 5:50 p.m. every day during the colder months, a group of 10 or so men wait by the side door of the First Presbyterian Church in Glen Cove. Between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m., the church …

Legislators approve new state gun law

In the wee hours last Saturday morning, after approving the $168.3 billion state budget, Albany legislators also passed stand-alone gun legislation. The purpose of the bill, which now awaits Gov. …

Council mulls advisory finance committee

For the past two Glen Cove Pre-council meetings at City Hall, councilmembers have discussed a proposal to form a finance committee. The proposal is still in its infancy, as officials talk about the …

Designing Glen Cove’s downtown

“I remember when I moved here nine years ago,” recalled Patricia Holman, a Glen Cove resident, a local business owner and the executive director of the Glen Cove Business Improvement District. …

Amid Prybil woes, Glen Cove officials eye May opening

The fate of Prybil Beach has been uncertain since mid-January, when city officials closed East Beach Road — one of two access roads that lead to the beach — due to dangerous potholes. But the …

Laura Lane

Finding hope among the crowd at the March for Our Lives

Just in front of me, a teenage girl tentatively raised her arm. Then she clenched her fist. We were at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington on March 24 . . .

Randi Kreiss

Where’s Josiah Bartlet when we need him?

My secret pleasure? For the past month, I’ve been binge-watching “The West Wing” on Netflix. I drift off to sleep every night in the heady company of C.J., Sam, Josh, Toby, Mrs. Landingham . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Thank Sen. Richard Shelby for Roy Moore’s defeat

A s polarized and negative as American politics has become, something happened last week that shows there’s still a reservoir of good sense in America’s political system. The U.S. Senate election …