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November 4, 2005

  • News: Toxic Superfund Site Eradicated in City of Glen Cove

    Glen Cove Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp, US EPA Director of Emergency and Remedial Response Division George Pavlou, Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Charles Klinge and Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi joined other national, state and local officials in a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 25, to applaud as bulldozers, cranes and dump trucks loaded and removed the last radioactive, hazardous materials from the Captains Cove Superfund site that have plagued the city and region for generations. FULL STORY

  • News: Mayor Holzkamp Greets Safavieh Home Furnishings

    Earlier this year, the Yaraghi family purchased the former Swezey's building and promptly began a complete renovation of this significant retail space in the city's downtown. At the time of purchase, Arash Yaraghi said, "We saw Glen Cove as a thriving, prospering city headed toward the right direction. Jumping on that bandwagon and adding to that momentum, we felt, was beneficial to us and will be good for downtown Glen Cove." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    With a record of 7-1, the Glen Cove girls varsity volleyball team continues the trend of fantastic play. Facing a fierce Valley Stream North team, GC cruised through in three games. Helping to lead this victorious attack were Martina Micko, Carolena Brasiello, Jamie Downer and the great support by freshmen Sofia Christopoulos and Victoria Garcia. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    The North Shore varsity volleyball team played three matches this week as the season begins to wind down. Last Monday, the Vikings played the first-place Plainview JFK team. In a tight match, we lost three games to one. On Tuesday, we followed the Plainview match with a four game win versus East Meadow. After losing the first game, we roared back to win three straight games. On Friday, we went to Hicksville and there clinched a third-place finish in League II (the second toughest league in Nassau County). We beat Hicksville in three straight games and improved our record to 9-6. FULL STORY

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