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January 5, 2001

  • NEWS: Mother Nature EndsY2K With a Snow Job

    Much to the joy of every child in our North Shore community, the Year 2000 came to a close under a blanket of snow estimated at 14 inches deep. The snow starting falling early Saturday morning, Dec. 30, and continued through the day into the early evening at a rate of an inch an hour. On Dec. 29, Glen Cove Fire Department personnel assisted in delivering instructions regarding snow rules by going through the city's neighborhoods and announcing them by megaphone. A snow emergency was declared by Mayor Thomas Suozzi. The last time we had a storm of this caliber in our area was back in 1996....and more snow is being predicted for the end of this week. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Landing Rape Suspect Arrested

    The culmination of dogged police work by Glen Cove Detective John Nagle assisted by Detective Birkenhead and supervised by Detective Sgt. Fitzpatrick, is the arrest on Jan. 2, 2001, of a suspect wanted for a rape that occurred last July in Glen Cove's Landing neighborhood. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tony Cangero Inducted in Soccer Hall of Fame

    Long-time Glen Cove resident Tony Cangero was recently inducted into the Eastern New York Soccer Hall of Fame, honoring him for his many years of dedication to amateur soccer. Cangero, former proprietor of AC Stationery in Glen Cove and Sea Cliff, has previously been inducted into the Glen Cove Hall of Fame and was named a life member of The Long Island Soccer Football league in 1982. He has been affiliated with the Glen Cove Soccer Club for 35 years and is currently the president of the Long Island Soccer Football League. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove wrestling team got the season off to a great start. The JV team has hosted two multi team meets over the first weeks of the season. Solid teams from Locust Valley, Oyster Bay, Plainview, Syosset, Farmingdale, and Nassau County powerhouse MacArthur have brought almost 200 wrestlers to Glen Cove. All of the Glen Cove JV wrestlers have risen to the occasion. Wrestling tough for the Big Red have been Lee Smith, John Sebastiano and Mike Morrison. Several members of the team wrestled their way to their first win. These wrestlers are freshmen Dennis Seaman, Eli Gooden, Mike Kavanaugh and Max Schneider. Several of the Glen Cove JV wrestlers have dominated their opponents. Sophomore Brian Meyers and freshmen Erick Martinez, Roberto Perez and Drew Beisler have dominated the upper weights. These young wrestlers should provide Glen Cove with a solid varsity in the years to come. FULL STORY

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