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November 29, 2002

  • News: Glen Cove Spruces Up Village Square for Holidays

    The Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce, the Business Improvement District and the City of Glen Cove will sponsor the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 30, 4:30 p.m. in Village Square. Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp will flip the switch to illuminate the tree. The mayor will lead everyone in singing holiday songs. The red-suited jolly old elf will arrive with assistance from the Glen Cove Volunteer Fire Department. John Canning will read A Visit From St. Nicholas and the Rocky Road Singers, Glen Cove Girl Scouts and the Glen Cove High School select chorale will provide musical entertainment. Everyone is invited to share in the merriment at Village Square in downtown Glen Cove. FULL STORY

  • News: Union Hands on Deck for the Regina Maris

    On Saturday Nov. 23, despite blustery winds and pools of mud, Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp paid a visit to the Glen Cove waterfront to view the progress of a major volunteer effort being done by the second year apprentice class of the Empire State Carpenters Apprenticeship Committee of Local 7. The crew of men (and one woman) have been working diligently on the replication of the three-masted barkentine Regina Maris. The City of Glen Cove is providing all the materials and salvaged artifacts from the original ship, including the three masts, captain's wheel, the bow, figurehead and mast rigging are being placed where they belong on the ship. When completed, the replicated Regina Maris will stand along the esplanade, with benches overlooking the water on her deck. The ship and a pictorial history of her illustrious past will become a permanent fixture at Glen Cove's waterfront esplanade for the public to enjoy. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Jr. Baseball and Softball Give Thanks

    Every year as the Thanksgiving holiday arrives, people sit back and think about all that they have to be thankful for. Glen Cove Jr. Baseball and Softball's 52nd year has seen more than 880 boys and girls participate in their program. In a program of this magnitude, many people have given their time and support toward the success of the program and the association would like to give a warm thank you to them all. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Fall Athletes Honored at Awards Ceremony

    More than 275 athletes were honored at North Shore High School's fall sports awards ceremony last week, with coaches, parents and administrators cheering them on in the school auditorium. Athletic Director Laura Orticelle introduced and thanked the coaches and support staff, and each coach introduced his or her team, describing the athletes as enthusiastic competitors, win or lose. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Looking for Roots to Family Tree
  • Opinion: Response to Senator Marcellino

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