BREAKING NEWS: Glen Cove City School bond fails


Student lounge ready to open

Students at the Robert M. Finley Middle School teamed up with the Glen Cove Education Foundation to work on finishing the new student lounge and courtyard project at the middle school. The …

Mayor refutes bullying claims

Glen Cove residents expressed shock on social media after watching a News12 report about harassment claims aimed at Democratic Mayor Timothy Tenke on Oct. 2. The story was based on a press release …

"They're Playing Our Song" in Glen Cove

While Congregation Tifereth Israel appeared closed and empty on the night of Oct. 7, it was anything but, as nine people gathered inside the temple to rehearse for the CTI Theatre of Glen Cove’s …

Mayor asks city attorney to recuse himself

Glen Cove Mayor Timothy Tenke has asked that City Attorney Charles McQuair recuse himself from a lawsuit filed against the city by Controller Sandra Clarson. On Aug. 16, Tenke, a Democrat, fired …

Experts: L.I. drinking water is polluted

Dr. Sarah Meyland, the director of the New York Institute of Technology’s Center for Water Resources Management, appeared before the Friends of the Bay in Oyster Bay on Sept. 26, and Meyland told …

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

Vote 'yes' on Glen Cove's school bond

A vote to approve the Glen Cove City School District’s $78 million bond on Oct. 22 is the only way to go. Passage of the bond would end the district’s long-time practice of making patch repairs …

Alfonse D'Amato

To fix our roads, let’s show some courage

Like most Long Islanders, I spend a fair amount of time driving on our local highways. Most of them were built long ago, some going back to the Depression era, others to the post-World War II boom. Almost all of these roads are in a state of disrepair . . .

Randi Kreiss

Coming to America, from Ukraine

My grandfather Morris Brownstein fled the Russian Ukraine in 1912, and made the long crossing of the Atlantic from Antwerp, Belgium, to the U.S. He was 15 years old and he was alone.

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