Christy Hinko

Christy Hinko is the editor of Glen Cove Record Pilot.

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Centennial Celebration For Wantagh Bideawee

Bideawee, a leading pet adoption and animal welfare organization serving the Long Island and New York metropolitan area communities, will host its 100th anniversary celebration with a fall festival for families and pets on Sunday,...

Pit Bulls: Not The Vicious Animals You Might Think

Dogs are man’s best friend, loyal companions who are always there for their owners. Yet this image of unconditional love and companionship does not apply when most people think of pit bulls. Most see pit...

Local Pet Group Remembers Forgotten Friends

Holly, the Calico, was a stray brought to Forgotten Friends a few years ago to find a home. Spicey, a five-year old dog, was turned into a kill shelter after his owner died. Luckily, Forgotten...

‘GPS’ Enables Consumers To Navigate Rx Savings

With the click of a button, the new GPS (Greatest Prescription Savings) tool can help consumers easily find the lowest and most up-to-date discounted drug prices using the free Watertree Health Prescription Discount Card at...

Hospital For Special Surgery Ranked No. 1 In Orthopedics

For the sixth consecutive year, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) has been ranked the top hospital in the country for orthopedics by U.S. News & World Report in its 2015 "Best Hospitals" survey. The hospital...

Long Island’s First ‘Baby-Friendly’ Hospital

Winthrop-University Hospital has been awarded Baby-Friendly Designation by Baby-Friendly, USA. Winthrop is the first hospital on Long Island to achieve this distinct honor. Currently, there are 222 baby-friendly hospitals and birthing centers, nationally. "On behalf of...

New Implant Used To Treat Epileptic Seizures

Seventeen-year-old Nnamdi Chukwuma of Bay Shore, was only 6-months-old when he had his first seizures. There was no explanation and all testing appeared to be normal. The seizures stopped for a while, but returned when...

Life Time Announces Second Location In Garden City

The unrelenting quest for fitness and a healthy lifestyle is readily apparent on Long Island. Walkers, runners and cyclists traverse our roadways; workouts and healthy recipes are shared on every social channel available; and workout...

Alfred Glover Named Winthrop COO

Alfred Glover has been named chief operating officer at Winthrop-University Hospital. He joins Winthrop from Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health, where he served as the interim chief operating officer and administrator for cardiovascular services. Glover has...

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Music Center Founder Leaves Behind Legacy

Alfred LiCausi, 96, founder of the Farmingdale Music Center—Long Island’s oldest music store—passed away peacefully on Dec. 14, 2014, after more than 70 years...

Steamboats Make Way For Gold Coast Era Across North Shore

Before the railroad began to wind its way through the quaint villages of the North Shore, the major source of transportation was the sidewheel...

I Spy With My Drunk Eye…The Shaken And Stirred History Of The Martini

The movies will lie to you like a drunken lout in a bar at 3 a.m. who promises to pay you back after just...

10 Nature Preserves To Visit On Long Island

The North Shore Land Alliance owns or helps maintain 10 preserves that are currently open to the public. While social distancing is recommended right...

Area Senior Facilities Are Still Accepting Residents

For Long Islanders, whose loved one may be in need of a new level of care and living arrangement, Eldercare Advisor Mike McClernon, owner...
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