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100 Years Of Reporting In Glen Cove

1917 Glen Cove votes to become an independent city. World War I begins. 1918 The first mayor and city council were sworn into office. 1922 The Polish National Home on Hendrick Avenue is built. 1924 Poplar Hill, the Frederic B. Pratt estate is completed.…

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Why Readers Love This Community

“Glen Cove was a great place to grow up and later to raise my family. The rich diversity and natural beauty of our city is hard to come by. I feel privileged to live here and to represent Glen Cove in Nassau County.” —Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton…

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Editorial: Keeping Readers Informed

Shortly after I moved to Glen Cove eight years ago, I sent my résumé to the Glen Cove Record Pilot and was almost immediately hired as a reporter. I started covering board of education and city council meetings, as well as other events, seeing it as an…

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A Look At The Landing Of The Past

In a past era, the beaches of Glen Cove were not just used by residents; they were a destination for city folks who wished to escape the concrete jungle. The Landing, with the Steamboat Dock and Pavilion Hotel, was bustling and thriving in the summer…

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Celebrating A Century Of News

Nearly 100 years ago, in 1918, Glen Cove became an independent city and this newspaper was there to report on it. However, the founding of Glen Cove dates back nearly 350 years, first known as Musketa Cove before its name was changed to Glen Cove. And,…

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Consumer tastes and interests change with the season and nowhere is this more evident than in advertisements. For as long as there have been goods to sell, people have wanted to know about the latest products—and get them at bargain prices. While the…

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Oyster Bay Music Festival Returns For 6th Season

From July 23 through July 30, 35 aspiring musicians will gather in the Village of Oyster Bay to take part in the sixth season of the Oyster Bay Music Festival (OBMF), an eight-day intensive musical immersion and concurrent free live classical music…

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Women In Glen Cove’s History

The early years of the publication of the Glen Cove Record Pilot marked a time of immense change for all of society, but especially in the lives of the women who called Glen Cove home. In 1917, after 69 years of petitioning, campaigning, marching and…

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Mansions Of The Gold Coast

In the mid- to late 1800s, wealthy folks flocked to Glen Cove for refuge and built large estates on sprawling properties. Residents of the Gold Coast included members of the Pratt family, J.P. Morgan Jr., W. E. Burton, Henry Clay Folger, Alexander C.…

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Suozzi Tests The Waters

Rep. Tom Suozzi participated in the launch of the Glen Cove Ferry on Monday, July 10. He took the 6:35 a.m. ferry into 34th Street. Suozzi took a moment to pose with Captain Jon Moro before boarding the ferry.
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