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December 13, 2002

  • News: Glen Cove Merits Grant for Sound Improvements

    Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp is pleased to announce that Glen Cove will receive $1,020,000 to supplement the city's ongoing commitment to protecting and improving water quality in Glen Cove Creek. "This series of Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act funding, made public by Governor Pataki last week, facilitates the installation of an ultraviolet disinfecting unit at the city's wastewater treatment plant," said Mayor Holzkamp. "This technology will reduce chlorine residues in the water discharged to the creek thereby benefiting its shellfish and finfish populations and, by extension, Hempstead Harbor and Long Island Sound. It also saves operational money and improves conditions at the city's wastewater treatment plant." FULL STORY

  • News: Ashanti Dominates Billboard Music Awards

    Glen Cove's Ashanti, the Princess of R & B, was the big winner at the Billboard Music Awards this week, garnering eight statues, more than any other artist. Billboard magazine named Ashanti the year's top R&B/hip-hop artist, top female R&B/hip-hop artist, new R&B artist of the year, R&B/hip-hop singles artist of the year, top new pop artist, Hot 100 singles artist of the year and top female artist of the year. Her single Foolish (Murder, Inc./Island Def Jam) was named R&B/hip-hop single of the year. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Varsity Sports

    The 2002-03 team will be competing for the Conference 5 title this year, hoping to go from last to first. Seniors Meredith Vogenberger and Katie Degen return to lead a tall and talented team. Joining them are juniors Lexi Pisciotto, Katie Cottell and Caroline Rober. Sophomores Amanda Longobucco, Cori Gasser, Ashley Lopez and Megan McCormack, along with freshman Meghan Schenkel, round out the squad. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Rick Shalvoy's Card is in the Sound

    For the past two Decembers, Glen Cove CARES, Inc. has been privileged to help Rick Shalvoy launch his first two Snow Rows from Pryibil Beach in Glen Cove. This year, Mother Nature and the tides have changed Rick's course, but not his stalwart and selfless intentions. Snow Row 2002 will depart from the Moriches Yacht Club in Suffolk County at 9 a.m., on Sunday, Dec. 15. Rick's destination will be the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville where he hopes to arrive at 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome to cheer Rick on either at the launch or when he arrives in West Sayville. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Something Rotten in Farmer's Market
  • Opinion: Solar Power for Glen Cove High School Logo
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