March 2, 2007

  • News: Glen Cove Council of PTAs to Honor Linda Perlman

    Join the Glen Cove Council of PTAs as it honors Linda Perlman as this year's Glen Cove Community Scholarship Fund dinner dance honoree. The PTA Council (Connolly PTA, KA Deasy PTA, Glen Cove High School PTSA, Gribbin PTA, Landing PTA, Robert M. Finley Middle School PTA and SEPTA) will recognize the outstanding volunteer service given so freely by Mrs. Perlman on behalf of our community's children on March 11 at 6:30 p.m. at The Metropolitan Club in Glen Cove. Tickets are $70 per person with all proceeds designated to fund scholarships for this year's deserving Glen Cove High School graduating seniors. FULL STORY

  • News: Deficit Funding and Sex Offender Laws Topics of City Council Meeting

    Among the items voted on at the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Feb. 27 was an ordinance authorizing the city council to seek deficit financing from the New York State Legislature. The ordinance was unanimously passed with the wording that the city "[determined] it to be in the best interests of the city to initiate a home rule request which will permit the New York State Legislature to adopt special enabling legislation authorizing the issuance of bonds by the city to fund its accumulated deficits." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove wrestling team continues to take steps in the right direction, this season sending 15 wrestlers to the qualifier at MacArthur High School. With the leadership of coaches Kocienda, Kopecky and Doerr in the corner, 12 of the wrestlers placed in the top six, with seven wrestlers making a trip to the counties. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    The North Shore wrestling team ended its season with a remarkable run. There were 16 wrestlers who entered the qualifier (like the playoffs) and nine of them made All-Conference! Michael Treco, Paul Falione, Tom Boehm, Peter Griffiths, Joe Denovellis, Kevin Kosczen, Robert Grabher, Craig DeMeo, Eric Gruebel (first place) and Paul Wefer. Senior Thomas Boehm had an exiting match in which he battled back from a huge deficit. While he didn't win the match, the comeback was remarkable. FULL STORY

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