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NOVEMBER 10, 2006

  • News: SC Village v. SC Coffee Brouhaha Continues

    In a recent press release from the Village of Sea Cliff, it was announced that the litigation between Robert Ehrlich, owner of the Sea Cliff Coffee Company, and the Incorporated Village of Sea Cliff continues to move forward. FULL STORY

  • News: Incumbents Keep Their Seats in Local Districts

    In Tuesday's election, three incumbents in local races were returned to their respective seats. While the results were not official at press time, as absentee ballots had not yet been counted, the unofficial numbers from the Nassau County Board of Elections show that in the 13th Assembly District, Assemblyman Chuck Lavine defeated Steve Gonzalez, 23,122 to 12, 043 votes. It is interesting to note, however, that Mr. Gonzalez won the City of Glen Cove by a very slight margin. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Vikings Sports

    Despite a tough loss to East Rockaway, the North Shore Vikings clinched the second seed for the playoffs. The team played its best, but came up short, losing 21-12. Vikings senior quarterback Ronnie Irving dashed around the East Rockaway flank for a 20-yard score. The Vikings second touchdown of the game came when Irving connected with Ian Hnatov on a 6-yard bullet pass in the third quarter. The North Shore defense, led by Brian Stern and Phil Kaye, played a tough game but was unable to keep East Rockaway from scoring late in the fourth quarter. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Junior Varsity Football

    On Saturday Nov. 4, the Glen Cove junior varsity football team beat Malverne by a score of 34-22 to solidify a winning season. The offensive line which, made up of Brenden Huggins, Davin Plummer, Peter Capiello, Lewis Linares and Danny Belfiore blocked really well and opened up running lanes all day long for running backs Doug Tripp and Shameek Newsome. Tripp and Newsome ran hard and broke several tackles throughout the game. Pat Cook ended the game on a touchdown with a last second kickoff return. The Glen Cove JV football team faced some fierce opponents throughout the season and finished its football season with a record of 5-3. Coaches Curatolo and Gallo would like to thank each member of this football team for his commitment, dedication and ability to rise to every challenge. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Councilman Norman Should Resign
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