BREAKING NEWS: McNaughton sworn in to serve Glen Cove


Tuition aid restored for fire volunteers, EMS workers in Nassau County

Nassau County’s 19 legislators voted unanimously on Nov. 19 to allocate funding to make up for a lost Federal Emergency Management Agency grant that provides college scholarships for volunteer …

City to fill council vacancy before new year, mayor says

The Glen Cove City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to delay naming a replacement for former Councilman Michael Zangari, who resigned last week, citing a medical condition. Councilman Joseph …

The Orchard, workplace harassment discussed by CDA

The Glen Cove Community Development Agency gathered at city hall on Tuesday night to discuss a variety of topics geared toward improving the lives of residents all across the city. At the opening …

Cashman, the hit and run suspect apprehended

The suspect involved in a fatal hit and run in Glen Cove which resulted in the death of a 72-year-old man has been apprehended, Nassau homicide detectives said on Monday. 70-year-old Carol Cashman …

Holiday house tour in Sea Cliff inspires, aids the neediest

While many residents are trading in their turkeys for tinsel and are beginning to decorate for the holidays, some local homeowners have been hard at work since August. On Saturday, the …

Pre-council:

Glen Cove Councilman Michael Zangari resigns

A letter was read at Tuesday night’s pre-council meeting saying that City Councilman Michael Zangari was resigning from his position “effective immediately” as a result of a medical …

A feast full of history at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove

Hidden in the woodlands of Glen Cove, visitors wandered the grounds of Garvies Point Museum and Preserve during the annual Native American Feast last Saturday. Each year, the weekend before …

Editorial

New course a good move for L.I. Marathon

Baldwin-based company Race Awesome is giving the Long Island Marathon the makeover that it deserves. The company has taken on the role of race director of the 2019 marathon . . .

Some personal notes on the 'perfect American'

I first heard the news that the Iraqi military had rolled into Kuwait on Aug. 3, 1990, the day after the invasion. I can’t forget that moment. I was watching over 9- and 10-year-old boys at the …

Op-Ed

Long Island needs apartments as well as homes

Whenever the discussion turns to Long Island real estate, someone is bound to bring up apartment buildings. People are usually for or against them. The same arguments have played out over the past 20 years . . .