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January 28, 2005

  • News: Performance Contract and Fifth Grade Move Discussed at GC Board of Ed

    It was standing room only at the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting at Landing School on Monday, Jan 24. Students were there to be recognized for myriad accomplishments, and residents were there to attend two public hearings, one in regard to the district's acceptance of a performance contract, the other relating to the possible move of the fifth grade back to the campuses of Connolly and Landing Schools. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Cove Council Honors Outstanding Students

    At the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Tuesday, Jan. 25, all eyes were on a number of outstanding Glen Cove youngsters, from pee wees to high school seniors. A full house was there as Councilman Mike Norman, representing Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp, presented citations to three football teams (see Sports, back page) and two students of Glen Cove High School for meritorious performances. FULL STORY

  • Sports: GCB&G Club Announces Spring Basketball Program

    The Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club will be starting its annual spring basketball program with three different programs, all of which will run at the club at 113 Glen Cove Avenue. Registration for all programs begins on Friday, Jan. 28 and will also be held on Feb. 3,4,10 and 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Varsity Sports

    The women's track and field team fortunately missed the blizzard by one day, but unfortunately, missed its fourth consecutive Conference Championship by one place. The girl's squad fought valiantly and finished second in the nine-team conference. Leading the way was seventh-grader Brianna Welch, who placed first in the 3000 and 600. Overall, Brianna scored 24 of the team's 97 points. Other All-Conference performers were juniors Maeve McGilloway in the 1000 and 1500, Tyler Murphy in the 55 hurdles, seniors Samantha Cummins in the racewalk, Adrienne Koslow and Ashley Lopez in the 4x800 relay and freshman Jen DiLeo in the 4x800 relay. Overall, these seven girls earned All-Conference honors. Other top performers were freshmen Debbie Gilbert, Eva Schlomann, and Taylor Shea in the 55m hurdles, freshmen Christie Goodman in the 55m dash, Sophia Pappas in the 1000m, sophomores Angela Shih, and Kirsten Oertle in the 600m, and junior Kristen Pearsall in the sprints. In the last five seasons, the girls track and field program has won two County Championships, three Conference Championships, and been runner-up twice. The team currently has 17 freshmen out of the 25-girl roster. Look for them to continue their winning ways in the spring and beyond. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor

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