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February 9, 2001

  • NEWS: Civic Progress Party Candidates Announced

    During its Jan. 31 caucus, the Civic Progress Party, until recently, the only political party in Sea Cliff, announced its candidates for mayor and two positions on the village board of trustees. Mayor Claudia Moyne will be seeking re-election as is trustee Eileen Kennedy. A newcomer to Sea Cliff's political scene is Paul Marchese, the Civic Progress party's other candidate for a seat on the board. The caucus was held in Sea Cliff's Village Hall and open to the public. It is hoped that the election process this spring, an exercise surprisingly similar to the situation in Florida during the Presidential election-complete with court dates-will go smoothly. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Gerhard Schwisow: Regina Maris' Knight in Shining Armor

    If you've driven down Charles Street and stolen a quick glance over to Glen Cove Creek, you've noticed that the barkentine Regina Maris, has been resting a bit more regally lately. The Queen of the Sea's regained composure is the result of hard work by an incredibly optimistic, determined ship's captain, diver and carpenter who is besotted by wooden ships----that person is Gerhard Schwisow. Gerhard owns a marine construction company in Savannah, GA., and a barkentine of his own, the Barbra Negra. He was born in Hamburg, Germany and after numerous stops in different ports, he calls Savannah home-well, sort of. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Big Red Boys Varsity Basketball team lost another heartbreaker (48-36) against a determined Wantagh team on Friday, Feb. 2. Wantagh took the lead early in the 1st quarter as the Big Red had a tough time finding the basket. Some inspired play was seen from Glen Cove's Chad Gleason going 4 for 4 in the 1st half and scoring the game high of 12 pts. Craig Fredricks came on strong scoring 10 pts. and helping bring the Big Red within 2pts. of Wantagh in the 2nd half. Andrew Morra chipped in with 8 pts. and Keith Dempster, Craig Hansen and Brian Filippone each had 2 pts. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Rifle Team Bull's Eye on Division Championship

    The Glen Cove Varsity Rifle team has finished 1st place in their division for the second year in a row with a record of 5 wins and 3 losses. The team finished the season very strong by winning 5 of their next 6 matches after losing their first two matches to Freeport by 1 point and Massapequa by 16 pts. The team went undefeated against teams in their division for the 2nd straight year and outscored their opponents by 252 points during 8 matches. FULL STORY

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