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November 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Board of Education Discusses State Assessments

    Glen Cove Superintendent of Schools Frank DeLuca has resigned effective Jan. 17, 2000. This announcement was made by board of education president Vito Abbondondolo during the board's regular meeting last Monday. Dr. Richard Lerer, a former BOCES superintendent from Westchester, will conduct a superintendent search for the board of education. Candidates are currently being interviewed for the position of interim superintendent. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Police Arrest Three for Violent Felonies

    On Nov. 11, a coordinated effort between the Glen Cove Police, Nassau County Second Squad and Nassau County Special Investigations Squad resulted in the arrests of three men for violent felony offenses in Glen Cove. Detective John Nagle of the GCPD and Detective Don Bartels of the NCPD led an exhaustive investigation into the shooting of two Glen Cove men which occurred less than two weeks ago. On Oct. 29, Glen Cove Police received a call for ˛quot;shots fired˛quot; at Orchard Plaza. An argument between two groups of men had ended when a male Hispanic in one group pulled out a handgun and began firing. A call to police from North Shore Hospital confirmed that two men, both Glen Cove residents in their 20s, had walked into the E.R. for treatment. Both men were suffering from gunshot wounds. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Loses to Mustangs at Hofstra

    A fired up varsity football team took the turf on Nov. 14 at Hofstra Stadium for the Nassau County Section VIII football semi-finals. Big Red took a quick 13-0 lead over the Mineola High School Mustangs. After stuffing the Mineola offense on three plays, the Big Red took its first drive 44 yards on three plays for a touchdown. Quarterback Alex Gratsias opened the game with an 18-yard completion to Jan Torres. Jeff Rudloff powered his way for 14 yards and then sophomore Zhivargo Simmons finished the drive with a 22-yard scamper behind the block of All-County tackle Paul Graziosi. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Football Gridiron

    Last Sunday, the Cardinals tied the West Babylon Jets at 12 all. In the fastest moving game of the year, the Cardinals took an early lead on a Brian Merrick three-yard touchdown around the left end, following the blocks of James Hall, Christian Oglesby and Lewis Linares. West Babylon scored in the second quarter to tie the score at 6. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Hey, Big Red! You Did Just Fine
  • OPINION: Don't Develop Underhill

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