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April 9, 1999

  • NEWS: Sea Cliff's Millennium Board Sworn In

    On Monday, April 5, the Sea Cliff Board of Trustees convened their annual organizational meeting and, after conducting routine village business, the board bid farewell to Mayor Ted Blackburn. Prior to handing over the gavel to Mayor-elect Claudia Moyne, Mayor Blackburn offered his thoughts regarding his tenure as mayor of Sea Cliff. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: In Memoriam: John Abbrancati

    The Glen Cove Public Library announces with deep regret the death of 34-year-old adult services librarian John Abbrancati on March 27 when he lost a four year battle with multiple myeloma, a rare form of cancer. John worked at the library for over six years, first as a librarian trainee while attending Palmer School of Library Science at LI University, then as an adult services librarian stationed at the reference desk. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    What a difference two weeks make. Two weeks ago the Big Red varsity baseball team lost to Locust Valley in an early, error-filled, non-league game. This past Saturday they met again, but this time it was the first division cross-over game for both teams. The Glen Cove baseball team traveled to Locust Valley and showed what two weeks of long hard work could do. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Boxing the Card at Glengariff Health Care Center

    Residents of the Glengariff Health Care Center were served a unique specialty with golden gloves on April 7 by their chef, Sue Peters. In addition to the normal 900 daily meals that include breakfast, lunch and dinner specialties Peters added a course in boxing. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: An Injustice to Glen Cove, Part II
  • OPINION: Shocked at Dr. Silletti's Letter

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