Hardball Tactics at Glen Cove School Board Meeting
The Finley Middle School library was filled to capacity on Sept. 24 for a regular meeting of the Glen Cove Board of Education. On the top of everyone's mind was the board's recent acceptance of a substantial gift to be used for the renovation of the Gribbin School field as per the donor's request. The gift's acceptance and the ensuing events are apparently worlds apart. The renovation of the field apparently has three different meanings; one for the donor, one for the board and another for Glen Cove residents.
Food Fight Simmers on Forest Avenue
The front elevation of the proposed upscale supermarket to be located at the former Pergament site and up to the current Stop and Shop. Rendering by Pinner Associates, Architects.
News From The Junior Football Gridiron
Two weeks ago, the Glen Cove Senior team lost a hard fought game to Hempstead by the score of 19-12. The first quarter saw Anthony Bellock return the opening kickoff to the Hempstead 35-yard line. Glen Cove then fumbled the ball on the Hempstead 25-yard line. The Glen Cove defense held the Hempstead offense in check and in the 2nd quarter, defensive tackle Ira Gooden recovered a Hempstead fumble and the Glen Cove offense took over. Half back Eric Moser ran around right end for a 28 yard touchdown run. The touchdown was made possible by a great block by halfback Anthony Bellock.
Glen Cove Crusaders Play to a Tie
After a week off, the Glen Cove Crusaders girls U-10 team was ready for a battle and a battle it was. The Crusaders came off a tough 3-2 loss the first game of their inaugural season with Samantha Cala scoring both goals. The Crusaders went up against the 1-0 Mineola Breakers.
Glen Cove Residents and Neighbors Really Respond
Solar Energy Plan for Long Island