BREAKING NEWS: Josh Lafazan and veterans condemn George Santos for alleged theft from homeless veteran


Glen Cove school crossing guard, a ‘man of steel,’ leaves hospital after over 100 days

Carlos “Charlie” Vazquez wiped away tears of gratitude on Tuesday when he saw the crowd of people waving colorful pompoms and heard clapping and cheering in the lobby of Glen Cove Hospital. He was leaving at last, after being hospitalized for over 100 days.

Nassau County Republicans call on Santos to resign

George Santos has faced stiff opposition from his colleagues since arriving at Capitol Hill last week. It looks like he won’t be having an easy time at home, either. Republican leaders from across the county gathered at GOP headquarters in Westbury Thursday and called on Rep. George Santos to resign after his trail of fabrications. The news conference was led by Nassau GOP chairman Joseph Cairo, Jr.

Educating the city’s youth on veteran histories

In recognition of the city’s veterans, the Glen Cove Public Library and the Veterans Services Department are continuing their Glen Cove Salutes program, giving the community an opportunity to sponsor military tribute banners that will be displayed on lampposts across Morgan Park from Memorial Day through Veterans Day. They are also expanding the program to incorporate a commemorative website and an essay contest for middle and high school aged children who are Glen Cove residents. 

Republicans want a quick exit for George Santos

Jeffrey Wiesenfeld voted for Democratic incumbent Tom Suozzi when George Santos ran unsuccessfully against him in 2020 for the 3rd Congressional District seat, to which Santos was elected last year …

Rehab unit a plus for Glen Cove Hospital

Glen Cove Hospital’s rehabilitation center was ranked 47th in the nation by U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Hospitals 2022-2023.” Newsweek ranked the hospital among “America’s Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers 2022.” That’s all great news for the hospital, but even better news for its patients.

Santos record is challenged

George Santos maintained all through his recent U.S. House campaign that he, unlike other elected leaders, was committed to the “American Dream.”

Randi Kreiss

A.I. is sucking the life out of us

Who am I? Ask Siri. I don’t know where she ends and I begin.

Op-Ed

We must remember — and teach — the Holocaust

When I was growing up, it was hard not to notice the numbers tattooed on her wrist. Children are often very observant, and I was curious about what they meant.