Tag: Glen Cove
Nicholas “Nico” Vigliotti, 20, of Glen Cove, is fighting for his life despite having a rare disorder that leaves doctors in awe that he is still alive.
One fifth of villages on Long Island don’t hold the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of their monthly board meetings, contrary to routine at most government meetings, the Press has found.
Orlando Police Det. Adam Gruler, the first member of law enforcement to exchange fire with the Pulse nightclub shooter a year ago Monday, is a Long Island native, the Press has learned.
Two accused drug dealers were arrested after allegedly selling heroin to a 27-year-old person who overdosed on the drug and died in Glen Cove on Tuesday, police said.
Jack Martins, a former Republican New York State senator, announced Wednesday his plans to run for Nassau County executive while the indicted GOP incumbent hasn’t said if he’ll seek a third term.
New York State Assemb. Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove), who ousted his predecessor 13 year ago, is running in a three-way Democratic primary for Nassau County executive this fall.
Punctuating Long Island's smorgasbord of communities are a variety of lively downtowns—characterized as popular local centralized hubs comprised of all the aforementioned businesses and attractions renowned for their wide range of exceptional cuisines, activities and tourist destinations. The following is a list of some of Long Island’s most popular and well-known downtowns, along with some of their top highlights, all well worth a visit with friends, family members, loved ones, and/or simply perfect for solo excursions to explore, learn about, and ultimately, embrace. Here’s the Ultimate Guide to Long Island Downtowns.
Billy Joel rocks inaugural gig at newly renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum; Lisa Loeb wows YMCA Boulton Center for Performing Arts; The Beach Boys floor NYCB Theatre at Westbury & many more amazing Long Island concerts & gigs all week!
St. Patrick's Day may come around once a year, but to many Long Islanders, one day of reveling is not nearly enough.
It’s easier to acquire documents listing Nassau and Suffolk county authorities’ secret investigative files than obtain records detailing taxpayer-funded workers’ salaries in the villages of Island Park, Manorhaven or Port Jefferson. Those were among the many findings of an unprecedented audit of 196 Long Island municipalities and agencies’ responsiveness to the New York State Freedom of Information Law (FOIL), the four-decade-old process that the public, media and others use to obtain government documents.