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The Glen Cove City Council has a new member — Grady Farnan. The 61-year-old was chosen to fill the seat vacated a month and a half ago after the departure of Joseph Capobianco, who was elected the city’s judge in November. Retired Glen Cove Judge Richard J. McCord swore Farnan in on Feb. 14 after the council’s meeting. more
When Linda Dragunat felt dizzy two days into her Florida vacation in February 2019, she went to a hospital, unsure of what was making her feel ill. That day, she lapsed into a coma that lasted six weeks. more
Glen Cove Councilwoman Marsha Silverman voiced concern over a portion of the city’s code during the March 14 council meeting. There is a potential conflict of interest, she said, between new Councilman Grady Farnan’s service on both the city council and its Industrial Development Agency. more
Construction workers are always in high demand, but their work is among the most dangerous in the country. Horror stories about construction site accidents are plentiful, especially in high density areas like Long Island. There were 5,190 fatal work injuries recorded in the United States in 2021, an 8.9-percent increase from 4,764 in 2020. more
It’s only been a few weeks since Tom Suozzi retired from his longstanding role as a member of the U.S. House, but he’s already opened the next chapter. more
About 30 drivers honked their horns while driving on a route from Nassau to Queens on Feb. 25. But they weren’t doing so as a response to errors made by erratic drivers. Instead, the angry motorists from the North Shore’s 3rd District had gathered to continue their protest to U.S. Rep. George Santos. They have never given up hope that they will convince Congress to expel him. more
County Executive Bruce Blakeman has made the lives of senior citizens across Nassau County more convenient by signing a proclamation requiring county agencies to designate a liaison for seniors. more
In the first two years of the coronavirus pandemic, much of the state was put on hold. People were asked to avoid crowds and limit their travel, and governments issued stay-at-home orders. The streets of Glen Cove were eerily quiet throughout much of the lockdown, leaving many of the city’s businesses hanging by a thread. more
If you’ve been to the city’s National Night Out, or if you’re part of La Fuerza Unida, which connects Spanish speakers to the community, you’ve probably seen Deputy Police Chief Chris Ortiz. The 49-year-old is the first Hispanic Glen Cove police chief, and has made it his personal mission to better connect the Police Department with the community. more
U.S. Rep. George Santos appears to have three categories for all of his claims made over the years. The category where he holds his ground, calling the claim true. The category where he denies ever … more
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