Republicans ready to be on the City Council

All six seats on Glen Cove’s City Council are up for grabs on Election Day. Although six people are running on the Republican ticket, only three are incumbents — Joseph Capobianco, …

Lawsuit against Glen Cove and The Villa developer dismissed

Nassau County Supreme Court Judge George Peck dismissed a lawsuit from two Glen Cove residents suing the city and The Livingston Group New York over The Villa at Glen Cove project. The …

Glen Cove Atria collects donations for animal shelter

By Danielle Agoglia Dagoglia@liherald.com Atria Senior Living has started a tradition of gratitude. To celebrate World Gratitude Day Atria residents, their friends, family and the staff …

‘Dreamer’ won’t return to living in the shadows

By Laura Lane llane@liherald.com Nelson Melgar, 27, has his own office in State Assemblyman Charles Lavine’s Glen Cove office, where he works as a constituent liaison. Although he was born in …

Nurse finds that gratefulness prevails in Texas after Harvey

Rose Tiabbi was 10 when she decided she wanted to be a nurse. At 13, she started volunteering at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre, where her love of working with other nurses and patients …

Pets are lovingly blessed at Brookville Church

Brookville Church had another successful Blessing of the Animals service on Sept. 24. Church and community members gathered on the front lawn to experience a unique worship experience that included a …

Oyster Festival comes to town in all its glory

The 34th annual Oyster Festival was the place to be last weekend not only for the food, but also to enjoy some great entertainment, crafts and rides. For some, it was a time to relax and enjoy the …