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Months into the Glen Cove City School District school year, students and teachers, who have been on a hybrid-learning plan that infuses both in-person and remote instruction, will now spend more time inside the classroom. more
Nassau County elected officials from three levels of government spoke about issues facing the county and where to go from here on the latest Herald Inside LI webinar, “Next in Nassau,” on Oct. 21. more
Election Day is a little less than two weeks away, but thanks to a series of reforms passed by the State Legislature in 2019, Nassau County residents can vote before Nov. 3. Starting Saturday, … more
With an announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo that most movie theaters outside of Manhattan can reopen on Friday, movies will return to the big screen at Glen Cove’s  AMC 6. more
Three women embedded in the world of treatment and support for breast cancer patients, as well as an environmental advocate, spoke on the latest Herald Inside LI panel, a weekly webinar series on important topics impacting Long Islanders. more
CSEA Local 882 union members gathered on Tuesday night near the back entrance of Glen Cove City Hall to protest potential layoffs.  more
Glen Cove resident James Pascucci, 53, received a birthday celebration fit for a king last Sunday, and it was a day he said he would never forget. more
Before staff members and volunteers gathered for socially distanced tour guide training at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County’s Children’s Memorial Garden on Friday, Oct. 9, Meryl Menashe walked up to a copper-colored stanchion in which the name Vladka Meed was etched, along with some of her words. more
RichnerLive and Herald Community Newspapers presented “50 Plus Health and Wealth,” a virtual event featuring speakers from the healthcare, wellness and elder law sectors, on Oct. 14. more
With coronavirus among the scariest factors in communities across the state this year, many Glen Cove parents are wondering whether it’s safe to take their children trick-or-treating on Halloween. more
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