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February 12, 1999

  • NEWS: City of Glen Cove News in Brief

    The Glen Cove City Council and the Board of Education met on Feb. 8 at the high school. This meeting of the minds had been requested by several parents who attended a city council meeting several months ago. At that time, the parents wished to enlist the assistance of the city government in an attempt to have a more responsive board of education. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: PTA Council to Honor Liz and Frank Bouza

    The Glen Cove Council of PTAs is proud to announce this year's honorees, for their annual Community Scholarship Dinner Dance, are Liz and Frank Bouza. Liz emigrated to the US from Costa Rica and Frank, originally from Spain, emigrated to the US from Cuba. They met in 1967, soon after married and settled in Glen Cove. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Wrestlers Pin Conference Championship

    Compiled by Maureen Basdavanos, GCHS Booster Club FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    On Feb. 5, the Glen Cove High School track team sent 6 athletes to compete in the Nassau County Class B Championships at SUNY Farmingdale. Senior Dan Cavallo continued his remarkable season with his 7th first place finish this year. His race plan was simple enough. Start out in first place, stay in first and finish first. Dan finished with a time of 4:34.6 with the closest runner between 5 and 15 meters behind him during the entire race. Dan remains undefeated not only in Class B but in all of Nassau County. He will be running on Feb. 12 for a chance to run in the State Championships in Syracuse. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Philip Grella Wants Common Sense in Sea Cliff
  • OPINION: What's the Real Story?

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