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December 24, 1999

  • NEWS: Board Prepares for the Millennium

    The Glen Cove Board of Education met on Dec. 20 in Gribbin School to consider a rather short agenda. This meeting was the last for Superintendent Frank DeLuca. He is leaving the Glen Cove school district to assume another position in Westchester. The interim superintendent will be Dr. Elliot Garfinkel as Dr. Richard Lerer, a consultant retained by the board of education, assists in the search for a new superintendent. In order to help develop a profile for the type of superintendent the board should employ, on the morning of Jan. 6, 2000, Dr. Lerer will be meeting with school personnel and PTA leaders. A meeting for the Glen Cove community has been set for Jan. 6, 8 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sound Commuter Ferry or Ship of Fools?

    On Dec. 18 at 9:30 a.m., the spotlight was on the parking lot at the end of Garvies Point Road in Glen Cove. The members of "Stop the Foxwoods Ferry" set up camp to protest against the arrival of a high speed ferry service from Glen Cove to New London. Several feet away, members of the "Citizens in Support of the Ferry" group rallied their troops in favor of the ferry's arrival. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The Glen Cove High School wrestling team started off this season with a bang. The junior varsity wrestled last week at home against 80 wrestlers from Sewanhaka, Valley Stream Central, Valley Stream South and Oyster Bay. This was a multi-team tournament during which Glen Cove wrestlers won 22 of the 29 matches. Winning matches for Glen Cove were: Nick DiScala, Jeff Oglesby, Matt Hurwitz, Marcus Bianconi and Gian-Carlo Caceres. Several of Big Red's wrestlers recorded two wins in the day. They were Kenny Engle, Jason Lee, Jose Martinez, Quincy Grant and Mike Petulla. Freshman George Gooden had a great day defeating three opponents. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Calling All Hall of Famers

    The Glen Cove Hall of Fame needs your help. We have updated our mailing list to the best of our ability, but we have no current addresses for the following Hall of Famers and/or their families. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Just Say No?
  • OPINION: For or Against - Whatever Happened to Good Manners?

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