Meet Civic Progress Party Candidates
The Civic Progress Party held its annual caucus on Jan. 26 at Sea Cliff Village Hall. Charles Hansmann, this year's caucus chairman, opened the meeting by presenting a brief history of the Civic Progress Party, stressing its role as a nominating committee to search out and nominate qualified village residents who have shown their dedication to improving Sea Cliff. Mr. Hansmann emphasized that after candidates are elected, the Civic Progress Party ceases all its activities until the next election.
Suspects Nabbed in Murder of Glen Cove Jeweler
A crime spree that stretched from the east to west coast and back, resulting in numerous robberies and the deaths of three people, came to a markedly calm end last week when police cornered former Glen Head resident Christopher DiMeo in a motel in Atlantic City and persuaded him to surrender.
LI Colts Rugby Team Seeks Members
Registration is currently under way for 25 positions to form the Long Island Colts boys under 19 rugby team, the only boys club in Nassau County and one of four teams on Long Island. Yearly dues are $100 and financial assistance and sponsorships are available. Practices begin in February at North Shore Middle School, Glen Head, Sea Cliff, Syosett and Freeport. Players come from a variety of high schools including North Shore, Glen Cove and Locust Valley.
North Shore High School Varsity Sports
The varsity girls basketball team ran its record to 10-1 and a tie for the conference lead with one game to play. Victories on the long road to Valley Stream, 72-35 over Valley Stream North, then returning two nights later to defeat Valley Stream South 42 to 28, assured the Lady Vikings of a playoff home game on Feburary 15. On Saturday the girls wound up their conference home schedule with a convincing 54-28 win over Clarke High School.
Opinion on Death Penalty in New York
A Salute to One of GC's Finest