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The Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce gathered for an elegant evening of dinner, dancing and raffles at the Metropolitan Caterers to celebrate a big anniversary. The Nov. 19 gala was spearheaded by committee co-chairs and chamber board members Dr. Maxine Cappel Mayreis and Mary Stanco, who were recognized for their efforts for a return to chamber event after a three-year hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic.   more
In 1926, J.P. Morgan Jr. wrote a letter to Glen Cove Mayor William Seaman requesting that a portion of his property at the end of Landing Road be converted into a free public park. This gesture was meant to commemorate the passing of the financier’s wife and remains a mainstay for the community. The park has fostered new memories, with visitors enjoying many community events and special occasions. The park also offers a calm place to enjoy casual walks along the shoreline of the Long Island Sound.  more
St. John’s of Lattingtown Episcopal Church’s Sunday school creates an Easter egg hunt for residents of the Glen Cove Housing Authority’s Glen Gardens every year. The children hide plastic eggs filled with candy on Mason Drive, behind bushes and trees.  more
Eager guests gathered at the Friedberg JCC in Oceanside to attend RichnerLIVE and the Herald’s Senior Health & Beyond Expo, presented by Mount Sinai South Nassau and brought to you by UnitedHealthcare, on June 23. more
Guests happily lined up at the Temple Beth Am in Merrick to attend RichnerLIVE and the Herald’s Senior Health & Beyond Expo, presented by United Healthcare on Oct. 13, the second in a highly-anticipated series of Expos for 2022. more
The Glen Cove YMCA welcomed eager guests to RichnerLIVE and the Herald’s Senior Health & Beyond Expo, presented by UnitedHealthcare on Nov. 3, the third and final in a community-loved series of Expos for 2022. more
Glen Cove native Sharon Sprung was chosen to paint the official White House portrait of then first lady Michelle Obama. Sprung is one of a select group of women tasked with creating a White House … more
The office of Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman presented a night full of folklore and festivities to honor the Puerto Rican community during their Nov. 3 event. The month celebrates 500 years of history and the subsequent blending of Spanish, Taino Indian and African influences, which are all represented in the island’s rich culture and traditions. more
The Glen Cove City Council approved a proposed $63.3 million budget for 2023, the first spending plan under Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck since her election last year. The new budget keeps residential property taxes steady, and there will be a small decrease of roughly 4 percent in commercial property taxes.  more
When Bernard Farnan — known as Ben to his friends and family — returned to Glen Cove from the Korean War in 1953, there were no celebrations or parades for returning veterans. … more
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