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Attorney from Locust Valley advocates for 9/11 survivors during the pandemic

Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson, a Manhattan law firm that represents thousands of people who were in Lower Manhattan in the eight months following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, has been addressing Covid-19’s impact on the community of 9/11 survivors throughout the pandemic.

Class of 2020 ends a chapter with a socially distant graduation

Members of Glen Cove High School’s class of 2020 had a unique ending to their high school career, but they were able to close this chapter of their lives with a traditional outdoor commencement on June 26.

Glen Cove Hospital visitation reopens with new guidelines

Glen Cove Hospital has resumed visitation hours with guidelines to keep employees, patients and visitors safe.

Glen Cove Police Department and local leaders hosting a virtual Town Hall

Members of the Glen Cove Police Department, local religious leaders and local officials and elected leaders will gather on a virtual Town Hall July 2 at 7 p.m.

Glen Cove Library happenings

Though the doors of Glen Cove Public Library may still be closed due to the pandemic, many services and classes are still available for Glen Cove residents.

Supporting Glen Cove’s Black business owners and leaders

In Glen Cove, organizations, business pages and residents have taken to social media to inquire about local Black-owned businesses.

School and community officials honor Glen Cove High School Class of 2020 through car parade

The Glen Cove High School Class of 2020 was celebrated by City of Glen Cove leaders, Glen Cove City School District faculty and staff as well as onlookers at a car parade on June 18.

Editorial

Why we must commemorate Juneteenth

On April 9, 1865, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia, ending the Civil War . . .

Editorial

Mark July Fourth by reading the Declaration

Next week, the Herald Community Newspapers will publish the Declaration of Independence and a likeness of the American flag. The Declaration will appear . . .

Op-Ed

Going to the doctor in a Covid-19 world

Most people don’t like going to the doctor. The truth? Even doctors don’t like going to doctors.

Calendar

    Open tai chi class-forever tai chi!

    Saturday, July 11

    Tai Chi Class-all levels! Tai Chi and Qigong (deep breathing) have been proven to improve flexibility, reduce stress, lower blood pressure and increase stamina. Join us every Wednesday and Saturday to learn traditional Tai Chi and …

  • Bowling

    Saturday, July 11

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Op-Ed

Include Home Stability Support in the recovery phase

Stable neighborhoods are the backbone of every community. But in places like New York state, where housing costs continue to rise dramatically, housing stability is threatened for far too many . . .

Op-Ed

It’s time to un-pause Nassau County

The coronavirus will be with us for the foreseeable future. The shutdown we have been struggling with has been painful, inconvenient and sad. We have seen . . .