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Tim Dunn sat outside the Stop & Shop on Forest Avenue for seven hours on Sept. 16, surrounded by large neon-pink signs reading “Save the View.” During his vigil, Dunn collected 176 signatures. His hope is that they will prove to city officials that one of the community’s favorite restaurants, The View Grill, deserves the city’s support for its proposal. more
Michael Zangari was well known around Glen Cove as a man who was dedicated to the community. He served on the board of the Youth Bureau, as president of the Kiwanis Club and as a coach of CYO basketball. He was also a city councilman, before stepping down in November 2018 due to a cancer diagnosis. He died on April 25, 2021, at age 61. more
About 30 kittens filled the back rooms of Cove Animal Rescue with tiny squeals of excitement. Some of the tabby kittens slept peacefully on plush pillows while tuxedo cats happily pawed at cat toys and other kittens with wide eyes and pointy ears crowded around the friendly staff ready to receive treats. The cage-free cat colony at Cove includes windows, skylights and cat doors to a screened-in area with chairs and couches. There are four cat rooms, each with climbing structures and comfy perches. Kittens have their own room with plenty of places to climb and play. more
Juon Hodge, a direct support professional with AHRC, an organization that provides specialized support for children and adults with developmental disabilities, works at the organization’s New Woods Road residence in Glen Cove. He began his role with the Glen Cove home nine years ago, thinking it would only be a temporary part of his life. But, like many others in his position, he grew attached to those he cared for, and formed a family bond with his colleagues and residents. more
Glen Cove Hospital is continuing its journey forward with renovations that are creating a renaissance of sorts to benefit patients, caregivers and the community. The latest improvement is the replacement of a wall on the first floor with an imaging reception room for patients and their families. Located a few steps away from the operating room, the reception room, with its offerings of coffee and tea, pale blue and white chairs, partial glass walls and soothing artwork, providing a serene environment for those having imaging and surgical procedures and their families. more
It’s been 22 years since our world changed forever when our nation was attacked. But for so many like Susan Hutchins, it still feels like Sept. 11, 2001 — the day she lost her son, West Hempstead’s Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, in the South Tower of the World Trade Center. more
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. more
Glen Cove Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck says she wasn’t raised to sit around. She was raised to do things to help her community. more
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. more
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. more
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