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March 12, 2004

  • News: Glen Cove Looks to Attorney General for Stand on Seat

    Members of the Glen Cove High School rifle team were guests at the Glen Cove City Council meeting of March 9. The team captured the Nassau County Championships then went on to the States and took third place. Coach Richard Bullis and team members were given citations by Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp, who remarked that she was bestowing this honor as both the mayor and as an honorary member of the Matinecock Rod and Gun Club. Many parents were present, and following the picture , a public hearing was held to discuss the Section 8 Administrative Plan. Fred Moore, program administrator of Glen Cove Section 8 Housing, gave a presentation, as is required annually. FULL STORY

  • News: Safety and Numbers Discussed by GC Board of Ed

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Ellen Freeley began the Monday, March 8 meeting of the Glen Cove Board of Education by recognizing three middle school students and their teachers who recently participated in the Nassau Community College Science Fair. The superintendent announced that third place went to Mari Mi-Young Haraldsson, a student of Mrs. Palmer, for her project on potholes; second place went to Ian Goldin, also Mrs. Palmer's student, for his project on sorting sediments; and first place was awarded to Trevor Sobeck, a student of Mr. Kocienda, for his project on fab fabrics. The superintendent will invite the students to a regular school board meeting for a proper acknowledgment of their accomplishments at a later date. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The 2003-2004 basketball team had an inspirational season. The girls practiced hard and played outstandingly. "The girls' basketball program every year gets put in one of the toughest divisions. Basketball is not done like most sports, which is by ability groups. In basketball the size of the school district is the only factor in where they get placed for the season. I have the utmost respect and admiration for the girls who stick it out year after year. I am proud of this team and what they have accomplished," said Coach Johanson FULL STORY

  • Sports: Viking Coaches Preview Spring Season

    North Shore looks to have another successful softball campaign this spring with returning award winners Sierra Neal (CF), Krista Hoffman (2B) and Christie Swiezbin (P, 3B) leading the way. Other returning impact players from last year's 16-4 team include Meg Schenkel (P, C), Keira Sheehan (1B), Cori Gasser (SS), Christina DeSousa (OF) and Ilona Kusz (OF). FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Clarification From the Mayor
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