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Pedone Foundation continues to raise $1M amid Covid-19

Even though the annual 5K in support of the Nicholas Pedone Foundation had to be cancelled this year due to Covid-19, his parents Chris and Josephine Pedone, with their foundation, will still continue to race towards their goal of putting smiles on the faces of children battling cancer.

Mixed reviews for Villa at Glen Cove during hearing

The Glen Cove Planning Board held one of two virtual hearings Sept. 1 to gather public comments on The Villa at Glen Cove, a $65 million, 176-unit rental housing complex proposed on Glen Cove Avenue. The second hearing will be held Sept. 15.

Noble Savage Brewing Company raises money online to stay open

Opening a downtown brewery in Glen Cove has been no easy feat for Frank Bilello, who started brewing in his backyard shed in 2014.

Back to the books: Glen Cove Public Library is now open for browsing

As many Glen Cove residents are preparing to go back to school, two of the city’s resource centers have reopened — the Glen Cove Public Library and the North Shore Historical Museum.

Parts of Glen Cove see a rise of car larcenies

Simply forgetting to lock the car is costing some Glen Cove residents the loss of their valuables, as individuals, who have yet to be identified, are stealing from unlocked cars.

No Covid-19 check-ins for over a month at G.C. Hospital

It’s been over a month since Glen Cove Hospital checked in a Covid-19 patient, surrounded by a community with an infection rate less than 1 percent. One patient, who has tested negative for Covid-19, remained in recovery from the virus in the hospital’s rehab unit in mid-August.

Glen Cove music teacher’s lessons went beyond the auditorium

From 1976 to 2002, Dale Alan Zurbrick of Glen Cove, who was known to many simply as “Z,” taught music and led theater programs in the Glen Cove City School District. He had a lasting impacting on many students’ lives, and even after his days as a teacher, he remained a source of support and inspiration for his colleagues, and his former students.


A 2020 election survival guide

The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to rethink how we carry out many of our responsibilities, including here at the Herald. Each election season . . .


Staying safe as we celebrate the High Holy Days

The Jewish High Holy Days are an important time for many of our residents, an opportunity to reflect on the year that has passed and plan for the year ahead. One critical word during this most vital part of the year . . .

Randi Kreiss

Irony abounds in the time of Trump

We are living in a Greek tragedy, rich in ironic twists. Donald Trump, who ran for office on the promise of “draining the swamp,” has created an administration populated by swamp critters . . .


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Alfonse D'Amato

Some inconvenient facts about energy and the environment

One of the great U.S. success stories in recent times has been the country’s move to energy independence. Because we now produce more than enough domestic energy to power our homes and businesses . . .