Gioino and Farnan Go Head to Head for Council Seat
It's been a long time coming, but the special election for the sixth Glen Cove City Council seat is finally ready to go. Following the 2003 election, which ended with the sixth seat in a tie as certified by election officials, the paper (or e mail) trail to resolve the situation has gone from the city, to the district court, to the county and finally to the desk of Governor George Pataki. And there it sat while Glen Cove has waited for the governor to assign a date for the special election.
Residents Angered by Racist Allegations
A large group of residents gathered at the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting on Monday, Oct. 4 to express their concern over a lawsuit against the village by the Sea Cliff Coffee Company. After a brief formal session where the board complimented the Mini Mart and its efficient cleanup over the weekend, the meeting was opened to the public by Mayor Eileen Krieb.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
The Big Red advanced its record to 2-1 this Saturday by defeating New Hyde Park HS 38-21. In a hard fought, high-scoring affair, the Covers quick-strike offense made the difference in the game.
North Shore High School Varsity Sports
The hectic week of September 27, the girls soccer team played three games in five days. On Monday, Malverne came to North Shore, who scored first. Randi Zukas made the goal with an assist by Christina DeSousa. Meghan Schenkel was fantastic at goal, turning back shot after shot with 15 saves. The Lady Vikings had many opportunities to score at 21 shots taken, but were unlucky. The whole team played their hearts out but lost 2-1. The team is improving slowly but surely. Angela Shih, Danielle Wong, and the defense of Kerri Koszen, Casey Leigh, and Lauren Portnoy excelled. Allyson, Randi, Jenna Holke, Lauren Beyer, Devon Comito and Lauren and Kaitlyn Silka played well.
Mayor's Campaign Against Breast Cancer
Offended and Saddened by Lawsuit