Eve Lupenko bridges medicine, community

Dr. Eve Lupenko, a leading dermatologist and community advocate, is recognized for her exceptional dedication to both her field and her local community in Glen Cove. From founding initiatives like the "Do Good to Feel Good" program to serving on various boards and councils, her commitment to service and compassionate care shines through her professional and personal endeavors.

Stackabones remembers Jimmy Brighton

Jimmy Brighton, a musician from Glen Cove, forged lifelong friendships and formed the band Stackabones with Butch Zito and, achieving success in the vibrant Austin music scene. Brighton's impact extended beyond music as he touched lives through his charisma and generosity, leaving behind a legacy cherished by his family and friends. A concert at My Father's Place in Roslyn on April 21 will celebrate Brighton's life and love for music.

From orphan to queen, a story of resilience

Purim, a significant Jewish holiday, celebrates the deliverance of the Jewish people from annihilation in ancient Persia through customs like reading the Book of Esther and exchanging gifts. The story of Purim, featuring Queen Esther and Mordecai, emphasizes themes of courage, unity, and the imperative to stand up against injustice.

G.C. Youth Bureau fundraiser aims to help sports programs

The third annual fundraiser for the Glen Cove Youth Bureau on April 4 will support youth sports programs, honoring key contributors and raising funds for facility upgrades.

Bruce Blakeman calls on Delia DeRiggi-Whitton to resign

County Executive Bruce Blakeman demanded today that Nassau County Minority Leader Delia DeRiggi-Whitton resign. Blakeman, a Republican of the Jewish faith, accused DeRiggi-Whitton, a Democrat, at the …


The heartbreaking death of an NYPD hero

Former Congressman Peter King reflects on the tragic murder of NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller, highlighting the outpouring of support from Massapequa Park and beyond, including a moment with former President Donald Trump, and calls for legislative action in honor of Diller's memory."


Washington: where bipartisanship goes to die

Former Assemblyman Jerry Kremer reminisces about bipartisan successes in Albany, contrasting them with the current gridlock in Washington, where partisan politics obstructs meaningful legislation, leaving a longing for the return of bipartisan cooperation.


On airplane noise, we’re back to the drawing board

Senator Jack Martins addresses the persistent issue of airplane noise disturbing communities near busy airports, emphasizing the need for objective studies and coordinated efforts to mitigate the impact, while expressing unwavering determination to advocate for quieter skies