Busy Week for Glen Cove Police
Detective Sergeant Thomas Fitzpatrick of the Glen Cove Police Department has reported that two fishermen discovered the body of a woman floating in the waters off Garvies Point in Glen Cove on Friday, July 16. The fishermen radioed the U.S. Coast Guard who responded, secured the scene and notified local police. Glen Cove Police Detectives Vetrone and Graziosi were sent to the scene. Glen Cove Harbor Patrol responded to assist with the investigation as did Nassau County Marine Bureau and Homicide Squad.
Not Much to Hear at Gallo Hearing
A long-awaited hearing was held on Monday, July 19 in the case of Glen Cove Board of Education vs. long time high school teacher Savy Gallo. At the last hearing, held on May 6, then-Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Ellen Freeley and former Interim Director of Human Resources Robert Parry gave testimony which went on for more than three hours.
Bill Melillo Named to All-State Baseball Team
North Shore High School junior Billy Melillo was just named All-State in baseball for the 2003-04 school year. This capped an outstanding spring season for Bill. He was named All-County, MVP of Class B, MVP of the Class B County Playoffs, All-Long Island, All State, and made the Empire State team representing Long Island in the Empire State games to be held July 28 - Aug. 1 in Binghamton, NY. Bill finished with a 10-1 pitching record, struck out 94 batters in 71 innings, gave up eight walks, and had an ERA of 0.71. Offensively he placed first, batted .380, was 11-11 in stolen bases, hit three home runs, and led the team in walks and runs scored. North Shore Vikings baseball team was the 2004 County Champs as well.
Starz Are Division Champions!
The Glen Cove Starz, Girls U16 soccer team, locked up the division championship with a 6-1 win over the Plainedge Survivors last week. After a frustrating 0-0 tie two weeks ago against their division rival, the Garden City Park Spurs, Glen Cove finished the season with a vengeance. The Starz victory put a cap on an undefeated season with nine wins and one tie to earn their first league title. The final game of the season was played in true Starz fashion: the girls scored early and never gave up the lead.
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