Thousands Feared Dead in Wake of Terrorist Attacks
President Bush Calls It War --
Wednesday, Sept. 12 - A deep sense of shock and sadness pervaded the communities of Nassau County today, in the wake of yesterday's terrorist strikes on America, which are being described by President Bush as "the most devastating terrorist attacks in the nation's history," and "an act of war."
Glen Cove and Ferry Mobilize for Rescue Effort
Glen Cove tackled the unbelievable events of Sept. 11 quickly and professionally. One of the main objectives for rescue personnel in Manhattan was to transport survivors out of the immediate area and Fox Navigation made good on a promise made to Glen Cove two years ago-that is to assist the city in handling major catastrophes. Two vessels were immediately put into use for survivor evacuation from the Fox Navigation terminal at South Ferry to the terminal on Garvies Point Road in Glen Cove.
Big Red Ready for 2001 Season
The Glen Cove High School's Big Red varsity football team is ready to open the 2001 season on Saturday at Bethpage. Seeded second in Conference III, Head Coach Peter Kopecky (10th season) and Assistants Vin Chopard and Steve Tripp are gearing the team for a fourth consecutive trip to the Nassau County Playoffs!
Glen Cove Comanches Win Mayor's Trophy Championship
Antonio Rodriguez on the mound, pitching 3 2/3 innings, seven hits, six runs, five strikes - picking up the win 1-0.
The Medical Transportation Team
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