Glen Cove Firetruck Heads To Ireland For 9/11 CeremonyThe truck was retired two years ago after being in service since 1987. 
Special Education Teacher, Hospital Worker Win Dream Wedding At Top Of Empire State BuildingKristine and Jorge Martinez, from Glen Cove, Long Island, got engaged on top of the Empire State Building in 2018, but they postponed their wedding because of the pandemic.
22-Year-Old College Student Recovering From Rare Brain Abnormality Leaves Long Island Rehabilitation CenterChynna Roberson left the Emerge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Glen Cove to a round of applause.
Long Island Nursing And Rehabilitation Center Offers COVID-19 Vaccine To Staff, ResidentsThe second dose of the vaccine is scheduled to be provided on Jan. 19.
One Of Tri-State Area's First COVID-19 Victims Speaks Of Mental Strength Needed To Fight DiseaseWhen you hear the expression "long haulers," truck drivers may come to mind. But now it's also used to describe people experiencing long-term effects of COVID-19.
Summer Camps Moving Forward With Coronavirus Safety Plans Despite Uncertain FutureAmid all the shutdowns, there is one industry that's gearing up to open.
Coronavirus Update: For Many, It May Be Time To Reinvent Themselves In A Changing WorkforceExperts say it's important to stay connected and relevant to clients and customers.
Coronavirus Update: Cardiologists Hit The Road In Mobile Health Clinic To Help Those In NeedThe mobile medical clinic plans to hit the hot spots where there is the greatest concern.
Coronavirus Update: 2 Long Island School Bus Drivers Test Positive, 80 Children On Routes ExposedCounty Executive Laura Curran says the drivers worked in Oyster Bay, Glen Cove and Locust Valley. Schools in those districts were closed Tuesday.
Swastikas Found Spray-Painted At Long Island Holocaust Center In 2nd Vandalism Incident In 2 WeeksThey say graffiti is one thing but this now rises to the level of a felony hate crime.
Help Wanted: Home Health Aide Shortage Makes It Hard For Seniors To Find CaregiversAgencies across our area are having trouble finding enough workers to meet the needs of our growing elderly population.