Six days since Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through Long Island pulling down power lines and trees, many Glen Cove residents are just getting their power back. And some are still going without.
The sound of generators echoed through the night on Thursday as many Glen Cove residents are still without power days after Tropical Storm Isaias felled trees and power lines across the island.
Tropical Storm Isaias, a swift-moving tempest that slammed Nassau County on Tuesday, knocked down more than a thousand trees and some 338 electrical and phone wires, County Executive Laura Curran said at a news briefing Wednesday morning.
A motor vehicle traveling west on Pratt Boulevard in Glen Cove on Aug. 1 at 8:33 p.m. struck and killed a 62-year-old Glen Cove man who was crossing at the intersection at Pratt Blvd and Bridge …
In an effort to not only engage in something fun and productive, Panagiot Karathanasisi, 9, along with his mother Stacey Karathanasis, produced and uploaded cooking videos on YouTube to bring cheer to others who were stuck at home or facing hardships during the pandemic.
Six years ago, U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the late civil rights leader, spoke at First Baptist Church of Glen Cove on a Sunday and signed copies of his 1998 memoir, “Walking With the Wind: A Memoir of the Movement.”
This past week, Glen Cove resident and Perrigo employee, Carlos Valverde, facilitated a donation of 6,528 bottles of hand sanitizers to the Glen Cove Police Department and an additional 6,528 to Glen Cove City Hall.
The committee for Morgan Park Summer Music Festival has decided to cancel its 2020 season of free concerts in the park due to the coronavirus.
Among the latest complaints against the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter comes after the euthanization of an 11-year-old pit bull terrier named Midget Mac that had escaped from his Massapequa home.
Business leaders and owners have been working for about a year to make sure street level parking spots in the free parking garage on Brewster Street would be made available for clients of School Street businesses and medical practices.
A complete stranger dropping off a gift basket of wine, snacks and other treats on one’s doorstep might have seemed peculiar only a few months ago, but in the days of the pandemic, it’s the new normal for some women.
Incoming Glen Cove High School freshman Aidan Waters will have quite a busy summer with his new business, “Aidan’s Dog Walking.” Through his business, 14-year-old Aidan will walk …
After responding to the coronavirus pandemic with several emergency relief measures, Congress will now have the opportunity to pass one that would protect your access to trustworthy local news, help grow local businesses through ads in local news media — and reward you for subscribing to a newspaper like the Herald.
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