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January 19, 2001

  • NEWS: Suozzi: Úquot;I Am Ready.Úquot;

    On Jan. 13, before an enthusiastic crowd of more than 500 people standing in the street in front of Glen Cove's City Hall and Courthouse Building, Tom Suozzi, Glen Cove's four-term mayor, finally made the county's longest running open secret official. He's now a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county executive in next November's election.


  • NEWS: Glen Cove Unites Forces for El Salvador Relief

    The City of Glen Cove in conjunction with La Fuerza Unida de Glen Cove and the Brookville Reform Church has launched an effort to raise funds for the relief effort in El Salvador. "A number of residents in our city are from El Salvador," said Mayor Thomas Suozzi. "They have suffered tremendous losses due to last Saturday's earthquake and we hope to help them to help their loved ones back home. We are calling on Glen Cove to open up its heart. Our goal is to raise the money by next Monday morning and we need the help of every church, synagogue, fraternal and charitable organization." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Rosabianco and Smith NYSAHPERD Award Winners

    Each year the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, (NYSAHPERD), honors one young woman and one young man in that year's high school graduating class. The two students must have an overall GPA of B or above and meet the following criteria: exceptional physical performance, scholastic ability, leadership qualities and outstanding services. In addition, the students must be outstanding in meeting physical education requirements such as the Marine Corps test, Physical Best, NYS Physical Fitness test, AAU Physical Fitness test district wide and the President's Council Physical test. The two winners of the NYSAHPERD award from Glen Cove High School's Class of 2001 are Toni Rosabianco and Michael Smith. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove High School Boys Varsity Basketball team had a tough 46-37 loss on Friday night against the Mineola Mustangs. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Be Careful or You Might Get What You Asked For
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