Glen Cove Keeps It Light While in the Dark
While candles burned and ice cream melted, residents of Glen Cove and surrounding communities did what they could to keep cool, physically and psychologically during the twenty-four hour period known as the Blackout of 2003. Along with 50 million other Americans and Canadians they'll continue to ask the question, "And where were you when the lights went out?"
After The Largest Blackout in History LIPA Calls for Continued Conservation
The Long Island Power Authority's 1.1 million electric customers became part of the largest blackout in history when 50 million people lost electric service in the Northeast, the Midwest and portions of Canada on Thursday, Aug. 14, at 4:14 p.m.
GC Players Earn Rings at Cooperstown
During the week of July 4, three local Glen Cove boys were setting off their own style of fireworks, using baseball mitts and bats. Kyle Hansen, Brian Pascucci and Max Tecce took their baseball skills to Cooperstown, NY, where they played with the Long Island Angels 12-year-old travel baseball team. Facing teams from Tennessee, Ohio, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Utah, the boys made it to the playoffs and beat the Canadian team they faced in the first round. In a 10-inning game later that day, the Angels suffered a heart-breaking loss to end their winning streak.
GCHS Summer Resort Reunion
An annual Glen Cove reunion was held at Gulfstream Racetrack in Florida earlier this year. Every year Glen Cove residents, who have either moved to Florida or who are vacationing in Florida for the winter, are invited.
It Was a Night to Remember
Re: Avalon Revisited