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esident Amy Peters, is a vibrant community hub, drawing visitors and vendors from across Long Island. The market, founded by Peters in 2014, began in the quaint village of Sea Cliff before moving to … more
Stop & Shop officials announced that they would be evaluating supermarkets across the Northeast, planning on closing underperforming locations. While the supermarket chain has not made any … more
The credit ratings agency Moody’s has upgraded Glen Cove’s credit rating to Baa1, reflecting the city’s gradual fiscal improvement. According to the May 17 report, the upgrade is … more
At the second and final public hearing on Glen Cove’s “smart growth” comprehensive plan, the atmosphere was charged with anticipation. Many Glen Covers eagerly awaited the chance to … more
Glen Cove welcomed a new culinary hotspot on May 2 with the grand opening of Oak & Vine. The eatery promises to be more than just a restaurant. It’s envisioned as a gathering place where … more
At a Glen Cove City Council meeting on April 24, a public hearing discussed a proposal to require mooring permits in Hempstead Harbor, aiming to enhance enforcement and safety measures. Boaters expressed concerns about potential disruptions and logistical challenges, prompting Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck to schedule a separate meeting with harbor club commodores. Following the meeting on April 29, an agreement was reached to address the city's concerns without implementing mooring fees, emphasizing the importance of efficient communication and safety in harbor management. more
New York unveils groundbreaking payroll tax credit for local news outlets, boosting journalism sustainability and democracy. more
Starting May 26, Glen Cove residents will enjoy Sunday service on the N21 NICE bus, with potential additional service on the N27 later in the fall, addressing long-standing transportation gaps. Doris Harris, a cancer patient, and others have struggled without weekend bus service, resorting to expensive alternatives like taxis and trains. Prompted by advocacy from Nassau County Legislature Minority Leader Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, NICE swiftly responded, promising pilot programs to improve weekend service on both routes. more
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. more
At a Planning Board meeting on March 5, the atmosphere inside the packed City Hall chamber was charged with anticipation, tension, and anger over another proposed large-scale mixed-use development in … more
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