Glen Cove celebrates seniors

As he makes his way around the city, Glen Cove Police Officer Eddie Loeffler, 29, is often spotted by senior citizens who want to greet and chat with him. They recognize him because Loeffler stops by …

Glen Cove City Controller returns after termination

The City of Glen Cove controller is returning to her post only a month after she was fired. Sandra Clarson returned to her job Sept. 9, after Nassau County Supreme Court Judge Sharon Gianelli …

Making waves in Glen Cove

Dozens of people stopped by the Glen Cove Senior Center to admire the artwork of local resident Fred Moore on Sept. 5. Moore’s gallery, “Making Waves,” displays paintings that take inspiration …

Firefighter fundraiser aids cancer victim

Since Pete Morris was diagnosed with colon cancer in May, he has spent much of his time surrounded by his family. His wife, Tonya, gives him all that he needs. His daughter Alyssa, 19, and son, …

'Level the playing field'

As Airbnb, the online service that helps homeowners rent rooms to travelers, expands on Long Island, the City of Glen Cove is hoping to regulate how it and other short-term lodging-rental businesses …

Public to vote on new Glen Cove school bond in October

The tension was evident during a Glen Cove City School District Board of Education meeting on May 22, when several attendees urged the trustees to draft a new school-infrastructure-improvement bond. …

Glen Cove leaders receive Girl Scout honors

During its 27th Annual Adults Recognition Awards Ceremony at LIU Post in June, the Girl Scouts of Nassau County presented awards to a pair of Glen Covers who have devoted much of their lives to the …

Editorial

Congress must act to extend flood insurance

Long Islanders can empathize with the victims of Hurricane Dorian, which devastated the Bahamas and left extensive damage in parts of the Carolinas. Nearly seven years after Hurricane Sandy hit, fears of the next Big One are still palpable in communities like . . .

Op-Ed

Be alert to elder abuse

Every June 15 we commemorate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is important that we speak openly about elder abuse, because it is a hidden crime that most Americans are reluctant to talk about or even acknowledge.

Randi Kreiss

Read a banned book. Share with the kids.

We can almost hear the crisp curling of burning pages in President Trump’s dangerous rhetoric. His people aren’t burning books yet, but it could happen. When authoritarian leaders consolidate power, they always kill ideas first.

Op-Ed

Be ready when the next hurricane hits

With the anxiety of Superstorm Sandy never far from our minds, Long Islanders have watched painfully familiar scenes unfold across the South, the mid-Atlantic and the Caribbean over the past two years . . .