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July 2, 1999

  • NEWS: Set Sail for the Waterfront Festival

    Beautiful Morgan Park in Glen Cove will be the site of Computer Associates' Waterfront Festival '99 on July 2, 3 and 4, ending with a huge fireworks display on the Fourth of July orchestrated by Bay Fireworks Company of Long Island. Key sponsors for this event include title sponsor Computer Associates and Acclaim Entertainment, Cablevision, Konica and Newsday. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Water Emergency in Glen Cove

    On June 28, Mayor Thomas Suozzi declared a water shortage in the City of Glen Cove. A lack of rain and an increased usage of water in the past few weeks has resulted in the emergency and residents are asked to stop watering their lawns and gardens, to stop filling swimming pools and to stop washing their cars until further notice. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tornadoes Win Division II LIJSL Championship

    The local North Shore Soccer Club under 17 years old "Tornadoes" has won again another key championship in the Long Island Junior Soccer League. The boys, representing the Glen Head, Sea Cliff, Locust Valley, Glen Cove and Old Brookville areas, won the championship last week by resoundly defeating the previously undefeated Port Washington team by a score of 6-to-0. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Men's Soccer News

    Glen Cove's men's soccer clubs recently finished their 1998-99 season in high fashion. The three clubs¬Glen Cove, Forest Park and Polonez¬are affiliated with the Long Island Soccer League and are assigned to play in the LISL's Major Division, the highest level of play. The president of this league, which is made up of over 80 clubs from throughout Long Island and Queens, is Tony Cangero, proprietor of AC Stationery on School Street. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Shared Feelings on Downtown
  • OPINION: Glen Cove School Tax Cert Hurdle

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