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September 10, 1999

  • NEWS: Milton Royce Glen Cove's Most Ardent Fan and Linguist

    On August 30, 1999, Milton Royce died at the age of 83 after a seven-month illness. Milton, who loved Glen Cove and the intricacies of the English language, combined these interests and was, (much to Glen Cove Record Pilot readers' enjoyment), this newspaper's most prolific letter writer. His musings on numerous topics and on the wonderful experience of life in Glen Cove were always welcome; always sure to bring a smile. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Joint Police Effort Nets Four Drug Dealers

    The Glen Cove Police Department and several departments of Nassau County's Second Precinct launched a three-month investigation after numerous complaints were filed by residents in Locust Valley. The joint effort culminated in a full scale sweep of an apartment on 13th Street in Locust Valley resulting in the arrest, on drug charges, of four men, all of whom police believe are members of the MS-13 gang. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Comanches Undefeated in YMCA League

    The Glen Cove Comanches won their final five regular schedule games to finish on top with a 10-0 record in the Queens YMCA League. The team began its final push to the playoffs with a 4-1 victory over Richaven. T.J. Rodriguez went the distance, allowing no earned runs on two hits with eleven strikeouts. Drew Isaacson (single, double, two RBIs), Danny Matuzak (two hits) and Richie Nelson (two hits) provided the big hits on offense. Unfortunately, Kristopher Osborne broke a bone in his leg and would be lost to the team indefinitely. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Swimmer Sweeps National Masters Swimming

    Competing at the US Masters Swimming National Long Course Championships at Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 19-23, Dick Guido of Glen Cove, at 82 and competing in the 80-84 year age group, won three of the six events he had entered. Master swimmers compete in five-year age brackets, starting at 19-24 and up through 100-plus. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Glenwood Landing Must Be Heard on Ferry
  • OPINION: Grazie Mille!

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