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March 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Train and Flatbed Truck Collide at Elm Avenue

    On Wednesday, March 17, at 9:48 a.m. a westbound LIRR train collided with a flatbed tractor trailer hauling a trackhoe at the Elm Avenue railroad crossing in Glen Cove. Miraculously, there were no serious injuries either to the driver of the truck, who jumped out of the cab before impact, or to any of the 50-70 passengers and crew aboard the train which did not derail. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Claudia Moyne Is Mayor of Sea Cliff

    On March 16, 1999, Sea Cliff voters elected Civic Progress Party candidate Claudia Moyne as mayor in the first contested mayoral election in the village's recent history. According to Civic Progress Party chairman, Doug Barnaby, the vote tally is as follows: Claudia Moyne, 714 votes; Common Sense party candidate Philip "Butch" Grella 572 votes. Running unopposed for village board trustee were newcomer Eileen Kennedy who garnered 818 votes and incumbent Ted Kopczynski who received 951 votes. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    With spring just around the corner and spring training in high gear, Glen Cove High School baseball is not far behind. For the last two weeks the Boys of Spring have been working hard to continue the tradition as one of the top baseball programs in Nassau County. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Friends Boys Basketball Winning Season

    The Friends Academy boys varsity basketball team, captained by seniors Kwasi Boah, Bryan Good and Renauld Williams, placed fourth in Conference 6 BC and netted a berth in the Conference B playoffs. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Breaches in Confidentiality
  • OPINION: Dear People Helping People Friend



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