Glen Cover goes on ‘an adventure with a cause’

During her descent from the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Glen Cove native Donna Brady left something on its slopes. She didn’t know what it was, but, she said, in its absence, the 54-year-old was …

Glen Cove Harbor Patrol, others, rescue fishermen trapped on jetty in high tide

Thanks to a new moon on Sept. 9, the tides in Hempstead Harbor were within inches of its peak height. High tide occurred just before noon that day, which is approximately when Tom Dillon, the launch …

Glen Cove City Council votes to block charter reform ballot measures

As he listened to residents voice their concerns about renewing the Glen Cove City Charter Review Commission, on which he has served for three years, Glen Howard let out a series of frustrated …

For a mother, memorial 5K run is ‘medicine for healing’

Last Sunday, more than 600 runners and their supporters and fans gathered at Glen Cove High School for the sixth annual Nicholas Pedone 5K run and walk. The fundraiser — which, over the past five …

Tailoring the American dream in Glen Cove

This is part two in a series Grzegorz “Gregory” Jon remembers how he felt when his mother brought home new clothes for him. Growing up in communist Poland in the 1970s, he experienced …

Editorial

Online sales tax would aid small businesses

Thanks to a 5-4 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in June, states are now allowed to mandate the collection of state sales tax on items purchased online from out-of-state retailers. Passing such a measure in New York, with certain stipulations, would benefit small businesses of all types.

Christopher Capece

Multifamily housing is right for Long Island

Since the 1960s, there has been a raging debate about the proper place of multifamily housing on Long Island. Opponents warn of “Queens creep,” implying . . .

Randi Kreiss

Breathing hard, and moisturizing, in northern California

Not every weekly newspaper has a foreign correspondent, and we don’t, either. So, I bring to you, at my expense, a firsthand account of a summer in the wilds of northern California.

Alfonse D'Amato

Is the economic news too fit to print?

America’s premier newspaper, The New York Times, prides itself on its commitment to reporting “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” But it seems the good U.S. economic news today is . . .