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August 20, 1999

  • NEWS: GCHS Class of '49 Celebrates 50 Years of Friendship

    Glen Cove High School Class of 1949 held its 50th reunion on Friday night, Aug. 13, at the Sans Souci in Sea Cliff. The attendees all wore name tags bearing their high school pictures but from the looks on some of the faces coming in, it was hardly necessary. "I'd know you anywhere" and "He hasn't changed a bit" were the shouts heard while old friends embraced, teased, or shed a few tears. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Republican Legislators Pass Transfer Tax

    In an effort to shore up Nassau County's faltering economy, the Nassau County Legislature passed the controversial transfer tax at its Aug. 9 meeting. The transfer tax was proposed by County Executive Thomas Gulotta some months ago. Under its provisions, anyone selling real estate in Nassau County will have to pay a one percent tax to Nassau County, for example, $4000 on the sale of a $400,000 home. The measure was vigorously opposed by real estate interest and mortgage brokers. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Summer Basketball League Scores

    The City of Glen Cove is proud to announce that the 1999 Summer Basketball League has been a great success. Games are played Monday and Wednesday nights at the Glen Cove City Stadium Court, and League Director Wally Bowie is proud to say that excellent basketball and really competitive games are played each and every night. The current standings are as follows: FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Invaders 'Sister Act' No-Hits Floral Park

    It was a night to remember, as sisters Taynia and Michelle DeJesus each pitched a no-hitter in both ends of a Glen Cove Invaders doubleheader aginst Floral Park on Aug. 3. The Invaders continued their dominance in the Long Island Olympic Softball League, improving to 5-1 in the 19 and Under Division. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Open Your Eyes
  • OPINION: A Sad Day for Pharmacy

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