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November 26, 1999

  • NEWS: Ferry Tale Will Anchor in Reality Jan. 15, 2000

    On Nov. 23, Glen Cove Mayor Thomas Suozzi announced the city has entered into a license agreement with Fox Navigation for a high-speed passenger ferry service on 2.5 acres of the former Captain's Cove property, putting an end to a controversial ferry proposal involving Fox Navigation in Glenwood Landing. Fox Navigation has agreed not to conduct any ferry activity in Glenwood Landing and, under the agreement, the company will run a ferry from Glen Cove to New London beginning Jan. 15, 2000. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Recent Grants Awarded to Glen Cove

    Late last week, Governor George Pataki released a listing of more than 100 local bridges throughout the state that will be upgraded as part of a program to improve locally owned bridges. The local bridge program is being funded from the increase in New York's transportation dollars as the result of the federal transportation bill, the Transportation Equity Act for the 21 Century, (TEA-21), combined with the 20 percent local match required for federally funded projects. The $200 million program provides funds for the engineering and construction of locally owned bridges around the state. The City of Glen Cove will be receiving $400,000 to improve Southland Drive over Dosoris Pond Outlet, known in Glen Cove as the East Island Bridge. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Football Gridiron

    The Glen Cove Midgets advanced to the championship games with a convincing victory over Plainedge. Roberto Lyons ran in from two yards out to open the scoring for the Midgets. Quarterback Michael McCrindle's pass to Vincent Graziose for the point after made the score 7-0. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Midgets Slam Syosset 33-0

    The Glen Cove Midgets ended the regular season on Nov. 14 with an impressive victory over Syosset. The offense came onto the field and with a pass-oriented theme, marched to their first touchdown on Matt Rodgers' 12-yard toss to Roberto Lyons. When the defense took over, Bobby McLaughlin's quarterback sack forced a turnover, the ball falling into the hands of Gabby Lebron who then ran in the ball to a 40-yard touchdown. Vinny Graziose's kick made the score 14-0. The "run and shoot offense" produced their third touchdown on a 20-yard sideline pass to Graziose from quarterback Mike McCrindle. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: It is Better to Give Than to Receive
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