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December 10, 1999

  • NEWS: Local Lobstermen Send SOS to Officials

    On Dec. 6 more than 20 lobstermen who set their traps in the waters of Long Island Sound came to Glen Cove City Hall for a strategy planning session with Mayor Thomas Suozzi. The lobstermen, from Glen Cove, Glen Head, Sea Cliff, Bayville, Oyster Bay, Locust Valley, East Norwich and Northport, are trying to cope with an unprecedented and serious threat to their livelihood. The die-off of lobsters in Long Island Sound, which may be caused by a parasite, has seriously threatened the lobstermen's source of income, their boats, traps, their homes and their families' lifestyle. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sunrise Check Cashing Robbed at Noon

    On Friday, Dec. 3, at noon, a 20 -30-year-old male stole approximately $101,000 in cash from the Sunrise Check Cashing place on Cedar Swamp Road in Glen Cove. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Girls Varsity Tennis Ends Terrific Season

    The Glen Cove High School girls varsity tennis team recently finished a terrific 1999 fall season. The team finished the regular season with a record of 7 wins and 5 losses. This was a great record especially considering the team played in the very competitive Conference II North. Opponents included tennis powers Jericho, Wheatley, Great Neck North and Garden City. The team was led by the steady play of captain Laura Maringer. Laura played Third Singles this year and had a great season. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Senior Softball Association News

    At the annual dinner dance on Nov. 16, which took place at Fox Hollow in Woodbury, achievement awards were presented to three of the Glen Cove Vikings who completed five years of productive performances for the organization. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Coalition to Save Hempstead Harbor
  • OPINION: Bad Things/Good Things



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