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March 26, 1999

  • NEWS: Old Brookville Protests Proposed Use of Horse Farm by NS Schools

    A public meeting was held Monday, March 22 at the North Shore High School to allow residents to voice concerns over the school district's plan to purchase the Glen Head Horse Farm property on Glen Cove Road for use as a bus garage and two athletic fields. Ever since the plan was made public, the mayor and residents of Old Brookville have demonstrated their disappointment and anger at the proposed use of the property which is zoned one acre residential. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: School Board Considers Budget and GCTA Contract

    Upon entering the high school for the March 22 meeting of the Board of Education, Glen Cove residents were met by a large turnout of Glen Cove Teachers' Association members who had lined both sides of the hallway. The teachers, who are still working without a contract, wore their black T-shirts and buttons which proclaim that working without a contract takes the joy out of teaching. When the meeting began, high school student Christine Ingoglia, on behalf of her fellow students, read a petition to the board. "We would gladly attest to the teachers' continued ability, enthusiasm and dedication. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Ancient Order of Hibernians Mike Moran Div. 8 took time out during the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Glen Cove last Saturday to honor the Glen Cove High School County Champion Big Red varsity football squad. The Div. 8 Hibernians praised the Big Red squad on earning the County championship title and added a little green in the form of a donation to the Glen Cove High School Booster Club. Photo by B.A. Saputo. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North Shore Hockey Juniors Earn Split in Tourney

    The junior division of the North Shore PAL Hockey Team won its opening game and lost the second in the 2nd Annual Tom Montgomery Invitational Roller Hockey Tournament last Sunday. Coaches Tony DeNicola and Tony Piscopia led their team to Whitestone to compete in the three-round tournament which is to resume this Saturday. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Recordings
  • OPINION: Ridiculous Nit-picking

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