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October 16, 1998

  • NEWS: City to Cultivate the Orchard's Italian Roots

    This Columbus Day Glen Cove rediscovered part of its old-world Italian flavor as Mayor Thomas Suozzi introduced the "Little Italy of Long Island." Where is this Little Italy? In the Orchard, of course. Glen Cove's Italian flavor has simmered long and hearty for generations in the Orchard neighborhood- along Cedar Swamp Road, and Grove, Hazel, Capobianco, Stanco, Carney and Willow Streets. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Uralsky Russian Ballet School Accredited

    On Thursday, Oct. 8, dance history was made in Sea Cliff and celebrated in Glen Cove. The Russian Ballet School in Sea Cliff, under the direction of Konstantin and Irina Uralsky, became the first ballet school in the United States to receive the accreditation of the prestigious Russian Dance Association. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The Boys varsity soccer team excelled to second place in their league with a record 5 wins and 2 losses. Glen Cove was superb in Thursday's game against North Shore despite the elements. Amid wind and pouring rain, the game remained scoreless at the half but Glen Cove poured it on scoring two quick goals. North Shore fought back with the only goal allowed by Glen Cove's defense. Glen Cove then scored their third and final goal of the game to win 3-1. Goals were scored by Angelo Stanco, Peter Philipakos and Joe Carrotta. Angelo Stanco had two assists and Peter Philipakos had one assist. Great defense was lodged by Rich Desiano and Stelio Suarez, Sahil Jolly, Jose Bamacia and Dan Cavallo. The team's overall record stands at 7-2. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Lady Vikings in Tie for First

    Last Tuesday's (10/6) game was an important one. With a 3-1 win over Bellmore JFK, the North Shore Girls Varsity Soccer team moved into a tie for first place. Their record in division is now 5-1. JFK had previously beaten West Hempstead, also 5-1, the team that gave the Lady Vikings their only defeat. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Parents Beware: Students Are Receiving Pornographic Email
  • OPINION: Prohibit Use of Leaf Blowers

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