Katina Csillag is the new president of Friends of the Glen Cove Public Library, replacing longtime enthusiast Carol Rubin. Although libraries are known for providing free access to education, news and historical resources, they also keep the public informed with facts. In Csillag’s case, an investigation at the Glen Cove library gave her a better understanding of her family’s lineage.
Glen Cove Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck says she wasn’t raised to sit around. She was raised to do things to help her community.
It was a solemn rainy day on Monday as the Glen Cove community gathered to remember and mourn the tragic massacre that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center in Manhattan.
Glen Cove residents Tony Lagos, owner of Burger Boys Bar and Grill, and longtime friend Kevin Losee were sitting outside the restaurant on Aug. 31 enjoying a warm evening summer breeze. Typically, the street is silent during evening hours, but the quiet was shattered by broken glass and desperate cries for help just before 11p.m. Lagos and Losse sprang from their seats realizing they had to answer the urgent pleas.
The walls seem to be closing in on freshman U.S. Rep. George Santos as federal prosecutors asked Judge Joanna Seybert to postpone the Sept. 7 status conference to continue discussions on “possible paths forward” in his fraud case.
Wednesday Sept. 20, Ice cream kits We all love ice cream. Kids in grades 6-12 can learn how to make the frozen treat in 10 minutes, Wednesday, Sept. 20, at the Gold Coast Public Library. Kits …
Glen Cove’s downtown has thriving businesses, lush greenery, and string lights that blanket evening shoppers in a soft, warm glow. Although the ambiance, the diverse businesses and the Downtown Sounds summer concert series already attract visitors from other parts of the North Shore, the city is asking community members what improvements they’d like to see in the downtown area.
Mojgan “Moji” Pourmoradi, the new director of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, said she hopes to help bridge gaps in education about the atrocities against Jewish people during World War II. She believes that education is key to combating history’s cyclical tendency to tolerate antisemitism.
Students were ecstatic at Deasy Elementary School while waiting outside the large exterior sky-blue doors on their first day of the new school year on Sept. 5. For some anxious youth, it was their first day as students in the district, but Superintendent Dr. Maria Rianna was there, holding tiny uncertain hands, easing the worries of a few anxious parents and students at the start of their academic journeys.
With hurricane season on the horizon, Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton and New York state hosted a New York State Emergency Preparedness Workshop at the Glen Cove Senior Center on Monday, Aug. 28. The event taught a crowd of 100 participants how to protect themselves and their families amidst a catastrophic event.
For all Americans, and particularly Long Islanders, who recall the horror of Sept. 11, 2001, reliving those tragic moments each year is devastating, and yet, at the same time, gratifying and reassuring.
Last week I had dinner with Jack, an old friend. We’ve known each other for 30 years, and he was my friend by extension, since his wife and I were best buddies for decades. She died about eight years ago.
In recent months, former President Donald Trump has been hit with 91 charges in four criminal indictments. As an attorney, I’ve paid close attention to all of the cases