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November 5, 2004

  • News: Gioino Returns to Glen Cove Council; Lavine Is on to Albany

    The unprecedented number of voters on Long Island on Tuesday's election day included 120,000 more voters registered on Long Island since four years ago; about 70,000 of them in Nassau and approximately 50,000 in Suffolk. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Cove Community Declares Peace on Youth

    On Wednesday night, Oct. 27, the Glen Cove Youth Bureau, in partnership with the Glen Cove Boys and Girls Club and La Fuerza Unida sponsored the first of a proposed three-part series on youth violence prevention. A large and diverse group of residents attended this very important meeting. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove Girls JV Soccer team finished its season with a convincing 4-0 win over Hempstead, improving their record to 10 wins and 3 losses. The team was led by Amanda Rodriguez who scored 20 goals in just 13 games this season. Kimmy Kessel had nine goals and four assists that helped the Big Red outscore its opponents 38-14 this year. Captains Jillian Cavallo, Julie Galluccio and Julia Rossel provided great leadership and outstanding play. The defense was strong all season and was led by Katie O'Rourke, Alisha Rodriguez, Bianca Pisano, Tamara Pajovic, Kelley Cunningham, and Aileen Sloane. Elizabeth Diaz and Sasha Nicholich dominated the middle of the field and kept control of the ball for the Big Red. Also contributing to a successful season were Patricia Mele, Sarah Torres and Elizabeth Krummenacker. Coach Geraghty would like to thank the players and parents for another great season. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Varsity Sports

    The boy's cross-country team defeated East Rockaway, Clarke and Mineola in a quad meet at Bethpage State Park on Tuesday, October 26. The four-way meet came in close with North Shore edging out East Rockaway by one point. Chris Bauer led the team once again with a solid time of 18:48. Mike Gerbush was close behind and standout freshman Willie Schefer ran his best race of the season to finish just shy of breaking 20 minutes. Willie is one of the top 10 freshmen in the conference and hopes to place well in the Freshman and Sophomore Invitational Meet. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Kudos to GC's Finest
  • Opinion: Jeanine DiMenna Is Tasteful Chef Logo
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