Sea Cliff Election to be the Most Exciting in Memory
As March 20 approaches, Sea Cliff is poised for something voters haven't seen before-a real, two-party race, with opposition candidates breathing down the necks of an incumbent party that has ruled Sea Cliff for more than 50 years. The New Village Party, led by mayoral candidate Dom Candido, has managed to liven up Sea Cliff politics in a way that Sea Cliff has never before experienced.
Ferry Tale of Two Cities to Begin
Coming to the "small city that has dared to dream" this May will be high speed ferry service for commuters headed for the city that never sleeps. On March 13, Glen Cove Mayor Thomas Suozzi announced this major development in his administration's nationally recognized waterfront revitalization project. A commuter ferry has been a part of the project since it was first announced by the mayor during his 1994 inauguration speech launching the first of his four terms.
Dave Brown's Lax Stick Takes Wing
Air Force Academy freshman Dave Brown of Glen Cove, (GCHS Class of 2000), scored his first two collegiate lacrosse goals in the Falcons' 13-3 win over Wagner. Dave's first goal came on his patented upper-right corner shot and put the Falcons ahead, 5-1. His second goal made the score 8-1. Dave, the son of Doug and Janet Brown, was an All County player for the Big Red lacrosse squad. He is pictured in action against Maryland. Keep that stick up, Dave!
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
The 2001 Indoor Track season started out with a large number of athletes trying out. At one time there were over 55 people who wanted to share in the experience of indoor track. In the end about 37 athletes maintained consistent tough practice. This is very special to me since in the 1998-99 season we only had about 10 athletes. Last year we grew to 27 athletes. The program is building and growing, in large part due to the dedication of the athletes who promote the sport by their actions, achievement and spirit.
Candido's Closing Comments
Moyne's Closing Statements