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November 18, 2005

  • News: GC Police Arrest Three Teens in Auto Arson

    On Nov. 10 at about 11:45 p.m., Glen Cove Police Officers David Milanese and Christopher Ortiz responded to a call of several suspicious men hanging around the area of Duke Place, reported Det. Sgt. Tom Fitzpatrick of the Glen Cove Police Department. Officers interviewed the men, who turned out to be teenagers, and took note of their names and addresses. Sgt. Fitzpatrick stated that later on the night of Nov. 10, at about 2:30 a.m., Glen Cove Police were called to respond to a car fire on Duke Place and determined it was a case of arson as evidenced by gasoline apparently being used to torch the car. A check of the vehicle by police confirmed that the car, a 2005 Audi A8, valued at over $70,000, had been stolen from a Woodbury address about a week earlier. FULL STORY

  • News: Veterans Honored in Patriotic Ceremony

    As they do annually, residents of Glen Cove gathered at the Doughboy Monument on 11/11 at 11 a.m., to honor veterans of American wars. This year's City of Glen Cove Veterans Day Guest of Honor, chosen to represent all the community's veterans, was Joseph J. Fencl, a World War II and Korea decorated veteran, introduced by Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove varsity football team defeated Carle Place HS 35-6 on Friday night at home. Due to the adverse situation the players of Glen Cove endured this season, parents raised money to bring in lights for the team's final home game. A perfect setting greeted the players, band, cheerleaders, kickline and fans as the weather was mild and the field and stands were illuminated by 12 portable light stands. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore HS Vikings Sports

    The North Shore boys cross-country team finished the 2005 season at the County Championship Meet at Bethpage State Park on Saturday, Nov. 5. The team placed first in their state classification class. David Freiman led the team running with 18:49. David is the first alternate for the Section 8 team that will run at the State Championship meet. Close behind David were Glen Gerbush and Jake Tobol at 19:23 and 19:45. Chris Krieb, back from being out from illness, ran a 20:02. The unseasonably warm day took its toll on all the runners that day. FULL STORY

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