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Months into the Glen Cove City School District school year, students and teachers, who have been on a hybrid-learning plan that infuses both in-person and remote instruction, will now spend more time inside the classroom. more
With an announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo that most movie theaters outside of Manhattan can reopen on Friday, movies will return to the big screen at Glen Cove’s  AMC 6. more
Glen Cove resident James Pascucci, 53, received a birthday celebration fit for a king last Sunday, and it was a day he said he would never forget. more
With coronavirus among the scariest factors in communities across the state this year, many Glen Cove parents are wondering whether it’s safe to take their children trick-or-treating on Halloween. more
At a showing last Sunday, coronavirus guidelines were taped on the entrance to the yellow two-family house at 4 Ave. B in Locust Valley. Mary Stanco, a real estate agent with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Laffey International Realty, was waiting inside with a mask on. There were Covid-19 disclosure forms on the kitchen counter. more
Food provider NOSH and North Shore Soup Kitchen, which joined forces in July, have been feeding the local communities out of the Church of St. Rocco in Glen Cove since late August. more
At the height of the pandemic, Louis Pillari, the funeral director at Oyster Bay Funeral Home, said he lost several nights of sleep. “It’s not in my nature to have to say ‘I can’t allow you to see your loved one’ or ‘I can’t help you,’ even.” more
The Glen Cove City School District on Sept. 30 released a letter from Superintendent Dr. Maria L. Rianna regarding three positive cases of Covid-19 within the district. more
As New York state saw 866 new positive cases of Covid-19 on Sept. 26, Glen Cove also experienced an increase. Ten new cases were reported in the city according to data collected by Newsday. more
With the Autumn Equinox kick-starting the fall season on Sept. 22, the days of summer are now over, and many Glen Cove residents are pleasantly looking back on their summer memories. And despite the pandemic, residents were still able to experience those moments that they will always remember. more
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