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August 27, 1999

  • NEWS: EPA Proposes Li Tungsten Clean-Up

    On August 16, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a public meeting at Glen Cove's City Hall to update residents on the matter of the clean-up of the Li Tungsten Superfund Site and the Captain's Cove property 1/2 mile west of Li Tungsten. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Happy Anniversary, American Legion Post #336

    American Legion Post #336 of Glenwood Landing enjoyed a celebration in honor of its 80th anniversary last weekend. An evening at the Swan Club on Thursday night, Aug. 12, was followed the next day by a parade through Glen Head, finishing up with a party at the Legion Park on Glen Head Road. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Mayor's Tournament

    The Glen Cove Girls 12 and under traveling team were undefeated in the American division of the mayor's softball tournament and finished in first place. This accomplishment qualified these talented young ladies to participate in the tournament playoffs. The team advanced to the championship game after defeating a strong East Meadow team 9-5. Glen Cove then played St. Hugh's Blue from South Huntington who was the first place team in the tournament's national division. St. Hugh's was the victor in this exciting championship game that was played over two days. The team finished in second place in this year's tournament's overall standings. Coaches Richard McCord and Gerry Trotta commended these young ladies for their hard work and dedication. Congratulations to all! FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Invaders DeJesus Tosses Perfect Game

    Lightning has struck twice for Glen Cove Invaders pitcher Michelle DeJesus this month. After no-hitting Floral Park on Aug. 3 in a Long Island Junior Olympic League game, she went one better by pitching a no-hit perfect game against the Long Island Diamond Pros on Aug. 18 in the East Meadow Tournament, as Glen Cove won, 3-0. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Captain Replies
  • OPINION: Library Needs Room to Grow

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