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October 29, 1999

  • NEWS: Downtown Triumvirate Embraces Glen Cove

    This has been a busy week in the historic downtown shopping district of Glen Cove. Ruby Tuesday officially opened its doors in Village Square; Staples is ready to open in the Triangle on Nov. 13 and is currently accepting job applications; and Swezey's Department Store is also hiring with a grand opening planned for Nov. 22 in time for the holiday shopping rush. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Maccarone Fights Back Against Newsday

    On Oct. 26, Glen Cove City Councilman and Republican mayoral candidate John Maccarone said, "I am outraged by an editorial in today's edition of Newsday associating me with an erroneous Nassau County Republican Committee campaign flier." The piece appeared under the heading, Newsday's Picks for Oyster Bay and Glen Cove wherein the paper endorsed incumbent Mayor Thomas Suozzi in this Tuesday's elections. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red High School Sports

    The boys varsity soccer team suffered a tough 5-1 loss on Thursday, Oct. 14 against a very strong Carey team¬it was only Glen Cove's second loss of the season. The Big Red played a very strong game in the first half, but Carey took over in the second half with the wind at their backs. Glen Cove's one goal of the day was scored by Angelo Stanco off an assist from Jose Oliva. The team created several solid changes, but just couldn't put it past the Carey goalkeeper. The Big Red defense was also feeling the loss of two players, Sahil Jolly and Steven Kaneti, due to injuries. Hopefully both will return next week. The Big Red Soccer team is now in second place in a very tough B-II Conference. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Football Gridiron

    The Glen Cove Cardinals once again played host to the Bethpage Jaguars two weeks ago at City Stadium. The Jaguars won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball first. The Cardinals' defense went right to work and forced the Jags to turn the ball over on downs. Second play of the Cardinals' first possession, Griffin Conway fed John Bellock what turned into a 41-yard touchdown run and the Cardinals taking the early lead at 6-0. The Cardinals' defensemen Frank Gaudio, Brent Harrison, Anthony Dileo, Harrison Drewes, Steven Basile, John Bellock, Taheem Vasquez, Ryan Hopke and Andrew Trakakis, with guidance from defensive assistant Jim Conway, turned up the "Pokemon D" and held the Jags scoreless the first half. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Continue Team Glen Cove Theme
  • OPINION: Maccarone's Plans for Recreation



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