The Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, a decades-old tradition, went digital this year, giving Glen Cove’s faith leaders, elected officials and residents a new perspective on what they are thankful for after a year full of challenges.
Throughout the pandemic, staff at the Atria Glen Cove, an assisted living agency, have worked to ensure that residents remain connected, despite their isolation from their families and each other in order in an effort to protect themselves from Covid-19.
"This Thanksgiving is a very special one for me. My health conditions were a little rough recently. I started dialysis and later found that I had a heart blockage that required triple bypass surgery. My kidney condition deteriorated to the point that I required a transplant. The transplant team determined that I could not be placed on the 5 year plus cadaver list. I needed to find a living donor. This is where gratitude comes in."
For 22 years, Thanksgiving Day has marked the start of the North Shore Sheltering Program at First Presbyterian Church in Glen Cove, which welcomes local homeless men to stay the night and escape the cold.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran released the latest updates surrounding Covid-19 on Monday, such as a 3.4 percent infection rate and 133 Covid-19 hospitalizations across Nassau County’s …
For much of the spring, summer and fall seasons, many Glen Cove diners could be found at tables stretched across School and Glen streets in the Downtown Glen Cove area, enjoying their meals at a safe, social distance and in the open, fresh air.
Glen Cove Police arrested Delia Banos, 60, of Glen Cove, on Nov. 13, charging her with animal cruelty. She was then released on an appearance ticket.
When U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi held a news conference on Monday in Glen Cove, he said he was confident he would win his bid for re-election, but wasn’t ready to claim victory. Less than 24 hours …
With Thanksgiving Day approaching, North Shore residents who are part of a non-profit or religious organizations are working to ensure that no neighbor will go without a Thanksgiving Day meal.
The sound of gunfire in a cemetery, followed by a bugler playing taps, means one thing — a veteran is being honored for perpetuity. On Long Island and in New York City, the ceremony is conducted by members of the 11th New York Regiment, which provides free military funeral honors. A veterans service organization, it has 32 members, including New York Guard veteran Alex Gallego, from East Norwich, and Glen Cove resident Richard Arias, a Navy veteran. They continue to serve their country, they say, by honoring fellow veterans and offering comfort to their grieving families.
At press time on Wednesday, President-elect Joseph Biden had tallied over 77 million votes — more than any other presidential candidate in history — besting President Trump’s 72 million-plus votes, the second-most ever.
As City of Glen Cove elected officials walked into Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, protesters, many of whom were city employees and members of the CSEA union, yelled, “Shame on you!”
Thanksgiving is only a week away, and the December holidays are fast approaching. We’re supposed to be making plans to shop in our local downtowns or at the malls, but because of the coronavirus pandemic . . .
With the Covid-19 infection rate creeping up above 3 percent in parts of New York state, including Long Island, Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week issued two executive orders. The first . . .
Is anyone else thinking about the Berlin Airlift? It is one of the great stories of American audacity in the face of political thuggery. In case you’re too young to remember . . .
The election is in the history books. As the dust finally settles on the presidential race, it appears that Joe Biden won with the same razor-thin margin by which Donald Trump did in 2016.
Having run successfully for public office 13 times, I can readily understand why President Trump is having a hissy fit.