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BREAKING NEWS: 15 die of coronavirus overnight in Nassau County, bringing the death toll to 63

Glen Cove road repairs will go forward in April

Of the 16 roads designated to be repaired in 2019, along with drainage repairs, only four were left undone. And those four are set to be repaired by May.  According to Louis Saulino, the …

Coronavirus brings changes to Glen Cove Police Department

Despite some changes in policy during this time of uncertainty, Detective Lt. John Nagle of the Glen Cove Police Department said he was certain that they would continue doing their jobs. “We’re here,” he said. “We really are.”

Glen Cove driver’s ed. classes move online, road instruction postponed

The state Department of Education released new guidelines to school districts statewide regarding Driving and Traffic Safety Education classes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic on March 25. The department said students who have completed 75 percent of the required classroom time can finish classes online, and all instruction on the road has been postponed until the summer.

Heralds seek 2020 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2020 and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long …

Living at a distance to escape the coronavirus

Living at a distance amid the coronavirus pandemic can be challenging. And hearing all of the information that’s out there can be frightening. The members of one local family decided that the …

Diocese announces changes to Catholic services because of coronavirus

No further public liturgies will be permitted until further notice, the Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre announced on March 24. This includes funerals, weddings, baptisms, and any other cause for …

North Shore seniors adjusting to life at home

After the Glen Cove Senior Center closed and the Sea Cliff Mutual Concerns Committee’s biweekly senior luncheons were canceled, many older adults across the North Shore lost a precious food supply and the ability to socialize with friends.


Even now, patronize your local small businesses

Coronavirus has swept across New York with astounding speed, leaving sickness, fear and uncertainty in its wake. Small businesses, particularly restaurants and bars, have taken a beating . . .


Don’t let panic destroy our humanity

Fear can bring out the worst in us. When the coronavirus pandemic erupted in China in January, Asian-Americans shared stories on social media about how people would avoid them . . .


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