Jill Nossa

Jill Nossa is the editor of Glen Cove Record Pilot, Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot and a contributing writer for Long Island Weekly.

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Long Islanders Prepare To Fight Against Sound Tunnel Crossing

For decades, a Long Island Sound crossing from the north shore to either Westchester or Connecticut has been proposed in the form of either a bridge or a tunnel—now, the prospect has once again risen. An...

Iron Chef Winner Opens New Restaurant 2 spring In Oyster Bay

After more than a year of renovations and planning, the highly anticipated opening of Oyster Bay’s newest restaurant finally happened last week. The coastal American restaurant 2 spring held its grand opening on Wednesday, Jan....

‘Hoops For Harrison’ Charity Basketball Tournament Returns January 13

The fifth annual charity basketball fundraiser Hoops For Harrison will be held again this month, with the fundraiser’s namesake, Harrison Gillman, now in charge. Started in 2013 by cousins Jagger Gillman and Ethan Bradford, who...

Demystifying The Health Care Act

For the past year, the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been a hot topic. There have been threats to repeal it and replace it and as a result, there has been a...

Avoiding The Winter Chill

Indoor activities to enjoy this season With the chill in the air, the snow coming down and the lack of daylight, it can be very tempting to just curl up in front of the fire or...

Landing Cove Offers Affordable Condos For 55-Plus

Those looking to downsize their homes but wanting to stay on Long Island now have an affordable option, right in the heart of the North Shore. Landing Cove, a new condominium development in Glen Cove,...

Smoothies: The Simple Superfood

These days, we’re all increasingly busy and looking for the quickest fix. This is particularly true when it comes to food; fast food has been popular for decades, but people who are pressed for time...

Spring Break Activities At Garvies Point

Children can find something to do daily at Garvies Point Museum and Preserve during spring break. All programs and crafts are included with museum admission. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for children ages 5...

Landing Cove Offers Affordable Condos For 55-Plus

Those looking to downsize their homes but wanting to stay on Long Island now have an affordable option, right in the heart of the North Shore. Landing Cove is a new condominium development in Glen...

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The purchase of Long Island’s famed Cablevision Systems Corporation by Netherlands-based multinational telecom company Altice NV has received the appropriate federal, state and local...

Summer’s Last Hurrah: Labor Day Weekend Events To Check Out

      The unofficial end to summer is upon us, but there’s no end to the fun you can have this Labor Day weekend. From fairs...

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When you take a look at how some of the most interesting businesses and partnerships got started, there is usually an equally fascinating story...
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