Service and Sacrifice

Former Marine Corps sergeant, of Glen Cove, remembers her service

Part One of an ongoing series. A giant papier-mâché giraffe sculpture stands in the entryway of Evelyn Kandel’s Glen Cove home. “Oh, I made that,” she said with a laugh. “It was a …

Glen Cove Youth Court demands, ‘Who let the dogs out?’

On June 5, a jury of eighth-graders had a tough decision to make. After nearly 10 minutes of deliberation, the Youth Court jury ruled that a defendant did not have to pay a “dog at large” ticket …

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Where are Glen Cove's kids going to college?

The Herald Gazette sends our congratulations to the Glen Cove School District class of 2018! Many of the graduating students will be going off to college next year, and we wanted to explore exactly …

New wall to honor Veterans coming to City Hall

At a City Council meeting last month, the director of Veterans Affairs for the City of Glen Cove, Tony Jimenez, announced that City Hall’s wall of honor, which features photographs of locals who …

Mayor: Don’t fret about the ferry — yet

Although state and federal agencies have not pushed back a January 2019 deadline for the City of Glen Cove to retain a ferry operator, or to pay back over $16 million in grants that helped build the Glen Cove Ferry Terminal, Mayor Tim Tenke said he was hopeful that those agencies would ultimately be persuaded to do so.

Glen Cove marks 350 years

On May 24, 1668, three families — early settlers of Long Island’s North Shore — purchased a parcel of land from the Matinecock Chieftaincy. They called the land Musquito Cove, based on the …

Zach Gottehrer-Cohen

How about a Pride Month to be even more proud of?

As I scrolled through social media on the first weekend of June — LGBT Pride Month — my online world was bursting with unapologetic queerness. My feed featured a cascade of rainbows, clips from …

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 …