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January 27, 2006

  • News: City Council Approves Public Hearing Re Moratorium on Subdivisions

    The Glen Cove City Council chambers were filled with giggles on Tuesday, Jan. 24, as members of the Glen Cove United U-10 soccer team were on hand to be honored by the council after being named Long Island Junior Soccer League Division (U-10) Champions. Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi and council members presented each player with a citation, and the girls happily and patiently stood while soccer moms and dads took pictures. Before leaving the meeting, the girls led the assemblage in the Pledge of Allegiance at the invitation of Mayor Suozzi. FULL STORY

  • News: Coalition to Save Red Spring Woods Gains Support

    The newly-formed Coalition to Save the Red Spring Woods met recently at a member's home to discuss the possible development of the area property which has always been revered by local residents as a sanctuary to wildlife as well as a recharge water zone. Bordering Valley Road and Red Spring Lane, the 11 acres are situated across from the new Legends development on Red Spring Lane. The property, however, is privately owned. It is commonly known as "the old Hendrickson property" and consists of R1, R2 and R1A zoning. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Chery Webb Named Girls' Youth Coach of the Year by US Lacrosse

    US Lacrosse and its Youth Council honored Green Vale School's Chery Webb for her service to youth lacrosse on Jan. 14 at the Fifth Annual US Lacrosse Youth Council Awards Breakfast, held during the US Lacrosse National Convention in Philadelphia. The 2005 Coach of the Year was also honored for her 40 years of dedication to the sport. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Vikings School

    The girls bowling team finished their season this week. The varsity team defeated Locust Valley 6 - 5 while the junior varsity lost 8 - 3 to Carle Place. The JV team finished third in its conference. This week saw a couple of firsts. Two of the bowlers rolled 200-point games. Sophomore Skyler Cullum achieved her personal best game with a 205 while bowling in Wednesday's varsity match. Junior Alexa Forster also bowled a personal best on Wednesday with a 208 helping the junior varsity team to a win. This year's team has only one senior, Elizabeth Muscarello, who will be missed next season. FULL STORY

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