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February 8, 2002

  • News: To Brew or Not to Brew

    Inquisitive village residents raised several concerns at the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting on Monday night, Feb. 4, about a "stop work" order that was issued to The Sea Cliff Coffee Company. As of now, Sea Cliff's first coffeehouse, located on Roslyn Avenue , and owned by a local businessman, is not permitted to sell coffee or to admit patrons. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Cove Scouts Participate in City Government

    Saturday, Feb. 2 was celebrated in Glen Cove as Scouts in Government Day, and the Scouts had a wonderful time exploring every aspect of city government and affiliates. A record number of Scouts participated this year, to the delight of Scout leaders and city leaders alike. Every troop, pack, and den were involved, under the auspices of the Glen Cove Boy and Girl Scout Program. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Big Red Sports

    Saturday, January 26th, the Girls Conference IV Winter Track and Field Championships were held at Farmingdale University. The 55meter dash saw Amanda Moretto run an 8.2 and come in 4th in her heat, with Lahaina Laroche running a 8.2 and coming in 3rd in her heat, while Giovanna Condello ran a 8.4 for 5th in her heat. Also running was Elizabeth Lottes (9.5), Sam Renison (9.3) and Emily Keogler (9.5). In the 55m High Hurdles was Lucia Son who ran a 10.9. In the 300 meter run was Amanda Moretto who ran a 50.7 while Emily Keogler ran a 1:03.5. The 4x200 meter relay of Giovanna Condello, Sam Renison, Lucia Son and Amanda Moretto ran a 2:10.6 and finished 6th in conference IV. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Golden Gloves to Fly Again at GC Police Boxing

    The Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament is coming once again to Glen Cove, under the sponsorship of the Glen Cove Police Boxing Club. At least 10 bouts are scheduled to be held at the Glen Cove High School on Tuesday, Feb. 26 starting at 8 p.m. Now in its 75th year of competition throughout the metropolitan area, the Golden Gloves are held annually to promote amateur boxing and to train young people in the skills and discipline of a demanding sport. Live boxing is an exciting spectacle and this year, three local Glen Cove boxers are expected to appear. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Sea Cliff Victorian Christmas Committee Says Thank You
  • Opinion: I Do, But I Can't Get Licensed Logo
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