'Level the playing field'

As Airbnb, the online service that helps homeowners rent rooms to travelers, expands on Long Island, the City of Glen Cove is hoping to regulate how it and other short-term lodging-rental businesses …

State weighs in on 'Taxin Tenke' political postcards

Residents in Glen Cove began to receive political postcards in the mail on Aug. 19. Although the postcards seemed like the usual political ads during an election year, this one, which targeted Glen …

Glen Cove heads back to school

Kids and parents from all over Glen Cove made their journeys back to school during the first day of the 2019-2020 school year on Sep. 3. While the students made their bittersweet return to classes, …

Guitar legend inspires book by Sea Cliff resident

Andy Aledort’s Sea Cliff home pays homage to 20th century pop culture. There’s a giant poster of the 1932 film “Scarface,” and Andy and his wife, Tracey, named their dog Manix after the …

Man arrested for vehicular manslaughter in Glen Cove

The Nassau County Police Department’s Homicide Squad reported the arrest of a Locust Valley man for a vehicular manslaughter incident that occurred on Sep. 1, in Glen Cove. Detectives said that …

Public to vote on new Glen Cove school bond in October

The tension was evident during a Glen Cove City School District Board of Education meeting on May 22, when several attendees urged the trustees to draft a new school-infrastructure-improvement bond. …

Glen Cove leaders receive Girl Scout honors

During its 27th Annual Adults Recognition Awards Ceremony at LIU Post in June, the Girl Scouts of Nassau County presented awards to a pair of Glen Covers who have devoted much of their lives to the …

Editorial

A call for one water system for Long Island

For the past two summers, New York American Water customers on the north and south shores have been incensed by their rapidly rising water bills. On Aug. 14, a report by the Farmingdale-based advocacy group Citizens Campaign for the Environment confirmed what they already knew . . .

Op-Ed

Be alert to elder abuse

Every June 15 we commemorate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is important that we speak openly about elder abuse, because it is a hidden crime that most Americans are reluctant to talk about or even acknowledge.

Randi Kreiss

There’s nation building, and then there’s nation buying

Personally, if I were buying a country, I’d go for Greece. President Trump made a bid for Greenland two weeks ago . . .

Op-Ed

Be ready when the next hurricane hits

With the anxiety of Superstorm Sandy never far from our minds, Long Islanders have watched painfully familiar scenes unfold across the South, the mid-Atlantic and the Caribbean over the past two years . . .