State Attorney General Letitia James released the findings of her office’s inquiry into the sexual harassment claims against Gov. Andrew Cuomo that surfaced last December. The report, released …
Last fall, Ayden Paredes was a typical 4-year-old: always ready to play ball in the park, and excited to start preschool. For most of this year, though, he has been battling leukemia. Now the Glen Cove boy is in need of a blood stem cell/bone marrow transplant to save his life.
It was a day of sunshine, live music and community fundraising at Glenwood Landing American Legion Post 336 in Glen Head last Saturday, during the first ROSE Fest, sponsored by the Sea Cliff home …
According to data from The New York Times, as of July 25, the number of positive Covid-19 cases in Nassau County had increased by 187 percent over the previous two weeks, with an average of 133 new …
As various housing developments break ground or mark completion across the city, one long-planned project remains in question: The Villas at Glen Cove, a 176-unit rental complex along Glen Cove Avenue. The development has been in the works for 17 years, and while demolition was completed in 2017, the buildings have yet to be constructed. The developer, Daniel Livingston, has requested a payment in lieu of taxes agreement from the Glen Cove Industrial Development Agency to expedite the building process.
Nassau County has established a revenue fund to help end opioid abuse, officials announced last week. The Special Revenue Fund will bring Nassau County “one step closer to ending the heroin …
More development is in the works in Glen Cove, as construction begins on the first workforce housing to be built in the city in over a decade. As part of the Garvies Point waterfront development, Georgica Green Ventures, in partnership with RXR Realty, held a groundbreaking ceremony July 1 on a 55-unit development at 100 and 200 Dickson St.
As the pandemic winds down locally and most restrictions have been lifted, more activities are resuming, including those that were hit particularly hard: the fine and performing arts. And now that live music and dancing feel less risky, there are even more events in the area for people to take part in. Ballroom Legacy, in Sea Cliff, is bringing its instructors to Morgan Memorial Park in Glen Cove for six weeks, where families and individuals can learn to salsa or Zumba.
At a ceremony on June 27, the Children’s Memorial Garden at Glen Cove’s Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center celebrated its reopening. Under a bright sun in sweltering heat, several dozen people gathered around the amphitheater of the garden, where more than 20 years of renovations have been completed.
With summer in full swing, the Glen Cove YMCA camp is halfway through its sessions. The camp is working hard to get creative in keeping kids safe while rebuilding the social skills lost during the past year.
This month, a bill is being considered in the Nassau County Legislature to rename a portion of Forest Avenue, in Locust Valley, Sgt. Robert Hendriks Way. The measure would honor the life and service …
The Glen Cove City School District appointed Dr. Kim H. Rodriguez as the district’s new assistant superintendent for human resources, which was effective as of Jan. 19.
How to go about reducing the number of shootings, injuries and fatalities caused by guns is proving to be a question whose answers are hard to decide on.
There has been a fixation on comparison throughout the coronavirus pandemic. First came the comparison of cases, the seismic shock of northern Italian coronavirus news . . .
It’s been a long time since I took a pregnancy test, but it was the perfect application of what passed for high tech in its day: private, accurate and consequential. Today, as technology advances . . .
Back in the old days when people used to tell jokes, one of my favorite one-liners was, “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help you.”
The Florida state Board of Education recently banned the teaching of critical race theory because all topics taught in Florida schools must be “factual and objective” . . .