Parking lot at issue at Monte Nido Home

The Monte Nido group home for people with eating disorders finished paving its new parking lot recently, nine months after the center opened at 1 St. Andrews Lane in Glen Cove. At a Nov. 7 meeting, …

State, local leaders discuss school foundation aid

By TIMOTHY DENTON tdenton@liherald.com Nassau County’s Democratic state senators met with representatives from Nassau and Suffolk county school districts at Seaford Middle School last week to …

City ratifies 2020 budget

After more than a month contention, Glen Cove City Mayor Timothy Tenke’s proposed $60 million budget for 2020 was officially ratified during a City Council meeting on Nov. 12. Although the …

Bringing a ray of sunshine

It was about a year ago when Glen Cove residents Diane Menzel and Helen Kotzky met at the local YMCA. Kotzky was a retired music teacher who taught for more than two decades at the Cold Spring Harbor …

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

Shop local this holiday season

In this era of online shopping, it has never been easier to get exactly what you’re looking for, quickly and relatively cheaply.

Randi Kreiss

Democrats went high in their latest debate

The Democratic candidates for president get high marks for good behavior in last week’s debate — at least by comparison. On the very day that we witnessed a marathon of edgy testimony in the Trump impeachment hearings . . .

Jerry Kremer

Who will decide who wins in 2020?

Have you ever heard the words “tasseography” or “tassology”? In plain English, it’s the practice of reading the patterns of tea leaves, coffee grounds or wine sediments to tell the future. I have concluded that these substances are just as reliable as all the political polls . . .

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