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August 25, 2006

  • News: Glen Cove Stunned by Murder of Horrific Proportions

    Within a couple of hours after the police had established the crime scene, said the sergeant, a neighbor who had not yet been approached by the police herself approached Det. Graziosi outside the Fox home. Jacqueline Marshall handed a telephone to the detective, who was told he was speaking to Ms. Marshall's attorney, who was giving police permission to search the Marshall home. Along with Nassau County homicide detectives, reported Sgt. Fitzpatrick, Glen Cove detectives entered the home, and in an unfinished section of the Marshall basement, found a dismembered body, which turned out to be the missing Denice Fox. Additionally, said Sgt. Fitzpatrick, who was one of the detectives on the scene, police found a great deal of sadomasochistic paraphernalia, as well as several mannequins and shelf upon shelf of pornographic videotapes, all of which will be examined by the Nassau County Homicide Squad. Ms. Marshall's son, Evan, 31, has sporadically lived in the basement of his mother's house for years, said Sgt Fitzpatrick, but was not at home at the time of the search. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Cove's Finest Just Got Finer

    At the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Aug. 22, Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi, the Glen Cove City Council and the entire City of Glen Cove welcomed three new officers to the Glen Cove Police Department, Officers Marco Telese, Christopher Pascucci and Salvatore Bifone. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Sound to the Cove Swim Hits Home Run for Cancer Research

    Morgan Park played host to Swim Across America (SAA) this past Saturday as more than 200 swimmers participated in the organization's annual Sound to the Cove Swim to support cancer research. This year marked the fifth consecutive year that the City of Glen Cove has welcomed the swim, and according to Gerry Oakes, director of SAA, the event raised $450,000, with another 15 percent in matching funds yet to be added to the total. When monies raised by local pool swims are figured in, the amount should tally $800,000. Proceeds of this year's Sound to the Cove Swim will benefit various Long Island cancer research and treatment centers, including the Miracle Pavilion at Mercy Medical Center, the osteosarcoma research center at Children's Hospital at Montifiore in the Bronx and the Sass Foundation's 12th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Days. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Golf Outing Benefits Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club

    Many local residents and friends took time out from their busy work week to attend the Joseph C. Dey Jr. 2006 Golf Tournament, held at the Meadow Book Club in Jericho, benefiting the Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club at Lincoln House. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
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