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August 9, 2002

  • News: Construction Begins on Upscale Apartment Development

    AvalonBay Communities Inc. has broken ground for the construction of the 235-unit luxury apartment building to be built on the former Eisensadt's and OTB properties along the Arterial Highway in Glen Cove. Work is beginning on infrastructure such as sewer lines and pipes. It is anticipated that the project will take approximately 18 months, which would put the date of completion as early 2004. Chairman and CEO of AvalonBay Communities, Bryce Blair, recently came to Glen Cove to pay a visit to Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp and to take a look at the site. FULL STORY

  • News: Police Teamwork Helps Them Get Their Men

    According to a Glen Cove police report, a multi-agency task force comprised of the Glen Cove Police Department, Old Brookville Police Department, Nassau County Police Department and the FBI has just concluded a two year investigation into what has been referred to as a "Mission Impossible" type, high-tech burglary ring. Twelve defendants were arrested on or around July 31 and arraigned in U.S. Federal Court in East Islip on charges of transportation and receipt of stolen property. Arrest warrants were executed in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Florida. FULL STORY

  • Sports: NS Baseball Team Reaches Finals in Cooperstown

    Jim Vena, manager of the North Shore Baseball Association, announced the results of the North Shore Vikings' participation in the 12-year-old Cooperstown Baseball World Tournament. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Snapper Derby August 24

    Children are urged to grab their hook, line and sinker and head for the Pryibil Beach fishing pier to participate in the annual Glen Cove Snapper Derby on Aug. 24. The derby will be held rain or shine from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. on that day. Derby registration will be from 8:15 to 9:30 a.m. Fishing in the Junior Division is for children six to 10 years of age. The Senior Division is for youngsters 11-16 years of age. Participants must bring their own rod and reel. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: GH/GW Business Association Thanks Volunteers
  • Opinion: Silence From Village Hall Regarding SC Tax Increase Logo
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