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April 22, 2005

  • News: GC BOE Unanimously Adopts 2005-06 Budget

    The audience at the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting Monday, April 18 was treated to the euphonious sounds of the Glen Cove High School Select Chorale under the direction of Edward Norris. The chorale has recently appeared at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and Queens College and will soon be performing at the United Nations Building with the jazz ensemble. The chorale will be going to the Hershey Park competition, along with the wind ensemble and jazz ensemble; in May, both the chorale and the jazz band will be part of the NYSSMA competition at Hofstra. Closer to home, Glen Cove's talented high school musicians will appear at the high school spring concert, Wednesday, May 18. FULL STORY

  • News: Connolly School to Celebrate 50 Years of Educational Excellence

    The year 1955 saw the birth of a new elementary school in Glen Cove, the East School on Ridge Drive. Today the school, which sits on a 13-acre campus, is called the Margaret A. Connolly School and thousands of students have passed through the doors and have wonderful stories to tell. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Varsity Sports

    The Vikings started conference play this week by traveling down to Seaford on Tuesday to play the fellow Vikings. Seaford was also 4-1 coming out of their cross-over games, so this proved to be a pivotal early season match up for first place. North Shore put Billy Melillo on the mound to attempt to hold those other Vikings at bay. Billy was up to the task. He tossed a three-hitter striking out nine and walking only two. He also contributed at the plate by going 2-3 with two triples and two RBIs. Thomas Lucchese and Mike Ragusa provided stellar defense on the left side of the infield to preserve the shut out. John Mulder continued his torrid hitting by going 2-4 with an RBI as North Shore went on to the 6-0 victory. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Pistol Range Reopens

    On Saturday, April 9, Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp, members of the City Council, Glen Cove Range Commission representatives and many shooters from participating clubs were in attendance for the reopening of the Glen Cove Pistol Range. Mayor Holzkamp said, "I want to thank the newly formed Range Commission officers and the volunteers from each club who worked so hard on refurbishing the interior of the pistol range. It's a pleasure to welcome back all those who enjoy using our facility." FULL STORY

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  • Opinion: Welcome Home, Chris Wieck

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