Bruce Blakeman calls on Delia DeRiggi-Whitton to resign

County Executive Bruce Blakeman demanded today that Nassau County Minority Leader Delia DeRiggi-Whitton resign. Blakeman, a Republican of the Jewish faith, accused DeRiggi-Whitton, a Democrat, at the …

Unaffiliated voters can swing elections

Will ‘blanks’ decide election outcomes

This is the fourth story in a series exploring the complexities of elections, to provide a better understanding of one of Americans’ most precious privileges, the right to vote. The number of …

A day to be proud of being of Greek heritage

Glen Cove celebrates Greek heritage, led by the Holy Resurrection Church and Councilman Ktistakis, aiming to make it an annual event. It commemorates Greek history, including the War of Independence, and recognizes the contributions of Greek Americans to American society

Glen Cove’s BID reflects on 2023 success

The Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) held its annual meeting, highlighting achievements including visual enhancements, community events, and financial stability. Through collaborations and initiatives led by key figures like Executive Director Jill Nossa, the BID aims to continue fostering economic growth and community engagement in Downtown Glen Cove.


Trends come and go, and then come right back again

There's a resurgence of typewriters among Gen Z reflecting a growing desire for simplicity, nostalgia, and authenticity in a digital age


Netanyahu is a supporter of one party: himself

I have known Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer since 1972. I have watched him grow from being a state assemblyman to one of the most powerful political leaders in the United States. Schumer is a serious and smart lawmaker, and he measures his every word with the greatest of caution. When he speaks, it is well planned, because he is conscious of the fact that the press will hold him accountable for his actions.


It’s time to decriminalize adultery

New York is one of the 20 states with laws still on the books that make it a crime.