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DECEMBER 1, 2006

  • News: Beautification Awards Inaugural Golden Broom Award to Blonde on Blonde Salon

    Prior to getting down to business at the city council meeting of Tuesday, Nov. 28, Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi, who has often proclaimed his loathing toward litter, told the audience that the mayor's office has recently sent letters to all city merchants asking them to try to better maintain their property and to be aware of, and do away with, litter. He said the city would like to recognize those merchants and/or landlords who do an exceptional job with a certificate of distinction. Tuesday's recipients were JoAnne and Alan Cygielman, proprietors of Blonde on Blonde Hair and Tea Salon in Village Square. Not only do the Cygielmans keep a clean street, the mayor said, they also enhance the property by planting shrubs and flowers, and having an inviting storefront. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Isle Submits DEIS for Glen Cove Waterfront

    Glen Isle Partners, LLC, developers of the Glen Cove waterfront, has announced that it has submitted its Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and updated site plan for the Glen Isle Mixed-Use Waterfront Development to the City of Glen Cove. The DEIS is one more step in the unique public-private partnership between Glen Isle and the City of Glen Cove and its Industrial Development Agency (IDA) and Community Development Agency (CDA). FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Vikings Sports

    The North Shore varsity football team finished the 2006 season as Big Four Champs! The season was filled with highlights including knocking off Roosevelt (which was ranked #1 on Long Island), shutting out Manhasset 26-0 on Homecoming, beating Locust Valley in the quarter-finals, finishing second in the conference and earning a trip to play at Hofstra University in the Big Four Championship. FULL STORY

  • Sports: GC Junior Football

    For the third straight week, the Glen Cove Cardinal Midget White football team found itself on the road facing an undefeated team and vying for a chance at a championship. After beating Syosset and Rosedale on their own turf fields, Championship Sunday began with an early morning tailgate party at City Stadium. The players and coaches then traveled together on a party bus filled with anticipation, desire and hope to meet their destiny in Copiague! FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
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