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August 18, 2006

  • News: Sea Cliff to Receive $330,000 in EPF Grants

    Senator Carl L. Marcellino has announced Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) grants to the Town of Oyster Bay and the Village of Sea Cliff for waterfront revitalization and increased recreational opportunities. FULL STORY

  • News: Will Shell House Be History?

    The Glen Cove City Council main chamber was filled with residents on Tuesday, Aug. 15 with residents for a public hearing to discuss the Landmark Commission's recommendation to give landmark designation to the Shell House on East Island. More than one hundred years of history was revisited for nearly five hours, from 7:30 p.m. until after midnight, as proponents and opponents of the proposal took to the podium to advance their cause. However, as the meeting proceeded, residents protesting the landmark designation took up most of the allotted time, allowing those in favor of the designation to just begin their arguments, when the lateness of the hour required the meeting to be concluded with Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi pronouncing, "This hearing will be continued at the Aug. 22 meeting." Originally, the city council had planned on voting on the landmark designation at that meeting. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Swim Across America to Hit the Beach at Morgan Park This Saturday

    Swim Across America invites swimmers of all ages and levels of expertise to participate in the "Sound to the Cove Swim" hosted by the City of Glen Cove on Saturday, August 19. Join over 170 motivated Long Islanders in your choice of a one-mile, 5K, or the extreme 10K swim across the Long Island Sound. Whether you are a recreational, competitive, or master swimmer, you can help raise awareness in the battle against cancer. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Anthony Bellock Competes in HIP Grand Slam Challenge

    Anthony Bellock, GCHS Class of 2006 and a former centerfielder for Glen Cove High School, recently competed in the second annual HIP Grand Slam Challenge at Citibank Park with more than 1,000 cheering fans in attendance. The Suffolk County All-Stars defeated the Nassau County All-Stars, 11-8, giving Suffolk two straight wins. FULL STORY

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