Swim Across America Turns the Tide Against Cancer
Eighty-eight people were not feeling the heat on Saturday morning, August 17. Those 88 intrepid souls were in the water of Long Island Sound, participants in the Nassau /Suffolk "2002 Sound to the Cove - Swim to Fight Cancer" sponsored by Swim Across America.
Hearing Officer Rules: North Shore Teacher Returns to Work
Physical education teacher David Sanford, who last year pleaded guilty to criminal charges in a drunken driving incident near the Glenwood Landing School, has been found guilty of related disciplinary charges in an action brought by North Shore Schools and fined $100,000, the largest such fine in New York State, according to attorneys for the district.
Kids Hooked on Mayor's Snapper Derby
On Aug. 24, 114 children gathered at the Pryibil Beach pier and dropped their hooks, lines and sinkers in the water to compete in this year's Mayor's Snapper Derby. The Junior Division winners are Roman Horbaato, first place; Gabrielle Poncet, second place and Mark Ermmarino, third place. Senior Division winners are Brian Martone, first place; Crystal Groe, second place and Dan Poncet, third place. Winning the Best Angler designation this year is Frank Zangari, Jr.
Glen Cove Soccer Team Wins Stony Brook Intramural Festival
New Developmental Program Looking for Next Year's Players
Hope for the Next Generation