New Interest in Coles School
At the public hearing on Feb. 11 regarding the possible sale of Coles School, John McKay, director of the Glen Cove Library, initiated a proposal to possibly relocate the library to Coles School. At that same meeting, City Councilman Michael Norman presented the board of education an invitation from the city to sit down and talk about the possibility of the city being part of negotiations with the board's intent to sell the building. All involved parties seemed interested.
Could You Be the Donor for Joey Gilio?
Little Joey Gilio, of Glen Cove, was born with a rare blood disorder, Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome, a potentially fatal disease.
Golden Gloves Quarter-Finals Coming to Glen Cove
The Golden Gloves Boxing bouts coming to Glen Cove have recently been upgraded to quarter-final status, assuring that many classy young boxers will test their skills in our local ring. The Daily News Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament, under the sponsorship of the Glen Cove Police Boxing Club (PBC), will bring a 10-bout card of bouts to Glen Cove on Tuesday, Feb. 26, starting at 8 p.m. at the Glen Cove High School. The hundreds of young hopefuls are now working up through elimination bouts throughout the metropolitan area, hoping to make it to Glen Cove and eventually to Madison Square Garden.
GC Girls' Varsity Basketball Team Shows Spirit and Style
The Glen Cove High School girls' varsity basketball team, coached by Kevin Nolan, finished the 2001-2002 season with a 0-12 league record. Girls' basketball is the only girls' team sport that is not grouped by ability. This season they played former county champions Garden City and New Hyde Park. Perennial powerhouses Floral Park, MacArthur, Division, Carey and Westbury High Schools were also on the schedule.
Students Deserve Transportation
Praise for GC EMS