Residents urge Glen Cove officials to appeal on group home

On May 15, the New York State Office of Mental Health ruled that the city cannot prevent a group home for women with eating disorders from setting up in a Glen Cove home at 1 St. Andrews Lane. …

The Centenarians

The ‘happiest person in school’ turns 100

Hazel Reukauf was an English teacher at Glen Cove Middle School for 27 years. She said she can no longer recall what teaching in the district was like, but when asked about her students, she smiled …

Glen Cove beaches (almost) ready for summer

City officials expect that Glen Cove’s Pryibil and Crescent beaches, beleaguered by winter storms and sewage runoff, should be open for public use by the start of summer, with some caveats. The …

Meet Glen Cove’s first female Harbor Patrol officer

When Anne LaMorte applied for a job with Glen Cove’s Harbor Patrol almost a year ago, she was thinking mainly about two things. For one thing, “It was something I was qualified for,” she said, …

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Nedbor-Gross, Murphy, Sekelsky win Glen Cove BOE seats

Gail Nedbor-Gross will be returning to her seat — which she has held for 10 and counting — on the Glen Cove School District’s Board of Education. Former district employees Rosemarie Sekelsky …

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 …