BREAKING NEWS: Glen Cove City School District budget passes


Nassau County executive champions partnership with West Bank

Nassau County cemented its relationship with Israel last week, signing an economic and cultural agreement with the Shomron.

County exec ends pandemic relief program

County Executive Bruce Blakeman is ending Nassau County’s Household Assistance Program, intended to offer lower-income residents a one-time direct payment of $375. Signed into law last …

New maps change District 3, some say for the better

Jonathan Cervas , the court-appointed special master, released new redistricting maps on Monday, which are being touted as a victory for Republicans, who had complained that the initial maps drawn by …

Updated May 12, 2022

Roosevelt laid to rest again with re-enactor James Foote’s death

James Foote, who was beloved in the hamlet and surrounding villages for his portrayal of President Theodore Roosevelt, died in his sleep on Wednesday, just as the president had a century ago. His …

Hometown chef Patrick Marone set to appear on Food Network

A chef, actor, comedian and friend, Patrick Marone wears many hats. After leaving the Regency at Glen Cove for six months to work closer to home in West Babylon, Marone, who’s known as Chef …

Girls Rising Music Festival returns to Glen Cove

Hear the roar of female empowerment. After three years, the band Antigone Rising will be bringing back its annual Girls Rising Music Festival to Morgan Park this summer. The news was announced at the …

Admission free at the North Shore Historical Museum

Going above and beyond her usual donation, Irene Harris, a former Glen Cove City School District teacher, made the decision this year to give the North Shore Historical Museum $5,000. Because of her …

Editorial

Another tragedy, and no hope on the horizon

Celestine Chaney, 65. Roberta Drury, 32. Andre Mackneil, 53. Katherine Massey, 72. Margus Morrison, 52. Heyward Patterson, 67. Geraldine Talley, 62. Ruth Whitfield, 86. Pearl Young, 77. And then there was Aaron Salter . . .

Op-Ed

Must a girl in STEM be a ‘girl in STEM’?

Every weekday at 10:06 a.m., I walk into my high school engineering class and take a seat among my peers. I spend the period learning the same material as my classmates . . .

Jerry Kremer

In the governor’s race, Suozzi is stuck on first base

In just under six weeks, New York state voters will get a chance to select the candidates for governor and State Assembly. With no disrespect to that branch of the Legislature . . .

Randi Kreiss

A Memorial Day like no other in our lives

The things we carry to this Memorial Day, 2022, are freighted with more recent events than past battles. On the last Monday in May, we look back . . .