In Glen Cove, Interfaith clergy react to the Shabbat shooting in Pittsburgh

“We can’t allow ourselves to become numb to tragedies.” North Country Reform Temple Rabbi Janet Liss’s voice rang clear in the crowded sanctuary. “We deserve better than this.” …

Hearing the cases on Glen Cove's Garvies Point

In the latest development in a legal face-off over the 28-acre, $1 billion luxury residential and commercial development at Garvies Point, attorneys for three parties argued their cases on appeal …

At 71, Glen Cove's Rich Landry is more athletic than most

Richard Landry, of Glen Cove, began his workout like he always does. First, he grabbed the elastic cables tied around his squat rack and stretched out his broad upper body. Staying flexible is one of …

Mayor: Glen Cove ferry fare won’t be $45

City officials are upset over a recently published fare estimate for a proposed ferry line from Glen Cove into Manhattan. The estimate — $45 per round trip — was based on a draft study of the issue, and did not take into account a $1 million subsidy that could significantly reduce the fare.

Christopher Capece

Multifamily housing is right for Long Island

Since the 1960s, there has been a raging debate about the proper place of multifamily housing on Long Island. Opponents warn of “Queens creep,” implying . . .

Randi Kreiss

Breathing hard, and moisturizing, in northern California

Not every weekly newspaper has a foreign correspondent, and we don’t, either. So, I bring to you, at my expense, a firsthand account of a summer in the wilds of northern California.

Alfonse D'Amato

Is the economic news too fit to print?

America’s premier newspaper, The New York Times, prides itself on its commitment to reporting “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” But it seems the good U.S. economic news today is . . .