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November 6, 1998

  • NEWS: Miness Appeals $25 Million Libel Suit

    Michael D. Miness, president of the Glengariff Corporation, has filed a 52-page legal brief with the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in Brooklyn seeking to reverse the decision of Nassau County Supreme Court Justice John DiNoto who dismissed Mr. Miness' libel action against the Glen Cove GOP and David Zatlin. According to the suit, Miness charges that the GOP, in its publication, The Glen Cove Republican, defamed him with claims that he and Glengariff had made contributions to the campaign of Mayor Thomas Suozzi for the purpose of buying the mayor's silence on a Glengariff application before the Glen Cove planning board to construct an additional nursing home facility. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sea Cliff Zoning Board and Village Board Meetings

    Board chairman Phil Como called the Oct. 27 meeting to order at 8 p.m. The five member board and the Sea Cliff Village attorney were present. Thirteen residents of the community made up the audience. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Loses to Mineola

    The Big Red lost a heartbreaker last Saturday against the Mineola Mustangs, 6-0. The scoring took place early in the first half as the two teams locked into a defensive struggle. Even though the Big Red had their undefeated season ended, the defense stepped up and played a superb game. Defensive end Dave Graziosi totaled three quarterback sacks, while linebackers Jason Watson, Guido Penafiel and Jon Torres went sideline to sideline making tackles. The defensive front was also rock-solid. Mark Norman, Ian McCloskey, Brad Beisler and Angelo Fillippone held off a hefty Mustang line. The Mustangs were held to 135 total yards, 93 rushing and 42 passing. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North Shore Puts Up a Fight But Cold Spring Harbor Wins It 14-7

    Last Saturday North Shore played one of their toughest rivals, Cold Spring Harbor, trading off touchdowns, for a well matched game. Both teams struggled to stay on top, neither team dominated. After an initial touchdown by Cold Spring Harbor's SeaHawks, North Shore took the lead 7-6 in the second quarter and were able to hold it, until late in the third quarter, when the SeaHawks came back with a touchdown and a two point conversion play completing the final score of 14-7. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: All Elected Positions Important
  • OPINION: Glen Street Station Needs Attention

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