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.
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.
Consistent with Fourth of July cancellations and due to Covid-19 restrictions and concerns, the 2020 Morgan Memorial Park Fourth of July Firework Show has been cancelled.
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.
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.
In Glen Cove, organizations, business pages and residents have taken to social media to inquire about local Black-owned businesses.
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.
Nassau began Phase Three reopening of businesses May 24, and Glen Cove merchants said they were thrilled.
On the same day Mahir Nisar, a civil rights attorney from Glen Head, marched along with thousands of protesters against police brutality through the neighborhoods of Glen Cove and Sea Cliff on June 7, he published a tweet offering free legal services to peaceful protesters that were arrested.
Rev. Roger Williams of First Baptist Church of Glen Cove came to the city in 1999, when he said there were few black businesses. “That is still the situation,” he said. “The narrative that I have received over the years from people who grew up in Glen Cove is that there were more black owned businesses and the entrepreneurial spirit was common. The question of how that spirit diminished is met with a myriad of reasons.”
The unit, which cost roughly $1 million to construct, provides up to 16 patients at a time with respiratory and physical therapy, along with round-the-clock care by physicians, nurses and dietitians.
With Father’s Day around the corner, Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Cohn is encouraging city residents to shop local.
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