Healthcare industry middlemen hurt little pharma

Local pharmacies are being driven out by large national chains, says Donald Cantalino, the owner of Glen Cove Chemists on Forest Avenue. Through entities called Pharmacy Benefit Managers, or PBMs, …

New IT manager has big plans for small room

Anthony Frisa, the city’s new information technology manager enthusiastically moved back and forth between his desk and the nearby IT room — which seemed more like a storage closet — pointing …

Backup cameras required nationwide

Greg Gulbransen’s tragedy, the death of his 2-year-old son, Cameron, on Oct. 19, 2002, when Gulbransen accidentally backed over him in his car, could have destroyed his life. Carrying his favorite …

A tree grows in Glen Cove

At a tree-planting ceremony in Morgan Park on April 22, U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, a former Glen Cove mayor, recalled walking with his children in the woods of the Welwyn Preserve and seeing a red-tailed …

The art of the funeral, passed down through generations

In a way, Glen Cove’s oldest business, the Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, owes its longevity to John Wilkes Booth, although its history goes back much farther, to the mid-1700s. The Kirby family …

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 . . .

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 …