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May 21, 1999

  • NEWS: Glen Cove Voters Cast Off Yoke of Austerity

    In this, the third year residents could vote on their school budget, Glen Cove voters approved the 1999-2000 school budget shaking off a year of being on austerity. The $44,337,816 spending plan, approved the first time offered to voters, carries a 1.96 percent tax increase with a tax rate of $49.44 per $100 of assessed valuation. Voter turnout in Glen Cove was about the same as it has been over the last three years. The budget was approved with 1,628 votes in favor; 1,146 votes against. The incumbent in the race for one seat on the board of education, Carol Sucharski, retained her position receiving 1,579 votes while her opponent, Dr. Rodger Silletti garnered 1,300 votes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Closing High School Campus an Open Issue

    The regular meeting of the Glen Cove Board of Education was held on May 17 in the high school. Superintendent Frank DeLuca presented the board members with a number of options to better enforce the rules in the student handbook regarding the high school being a closed campus. The board members had asked Mr. DeLuca to look into the issue of closed versus open campus on the heels of much public debate. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The Glen Cove High School "Big Red" softball team is preparing for the first round of playoffs this Friday. The team won their division title on May 11 in an away game against Roslyn. Glen Cove was trailing by five runs going into the seventh. At one critical point, with the team needing one more run to tie the game at 7 all, Amber Abrams singled, stole second, and then stole third base. With two outs and a 2-2 count, Tanyia DeJesus singled Amber home to tie the score. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Comanches Continue Winning Ways

    The Glen Cove Comanches nipped the St. Dominic Baymen, 2-1, and thrashed St. Paul's 11-1, to remain undefeated with a 5-0 record in the spring CYO League. Krist Osborne had a key RBI in the win over St. Dominic, where the team managed only four hits. Kevin McGuire allowed no earned runs in six innings to get the win. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: I've Had It
  • OPINION: A Note of Thanks From Ted Blackburnks From Ted Blackburn

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