April 13, 2007

  • News: Tuskegee Airman William Joseph Johnson Honored by Hometown

    Most of the crowd that filled the Glen Cove City Hall main chamber on Tuesday, April 10 was there to pay tribute to Tuskegee Airman William Joseph Johnson (better known as Joe) for his selfless service to our country during World War II. Hometown recognition came on the heels of the recent ceremony in Washington, DC, at which more than 300 members of our nation's first all black air corps were commended for their patriotism, bravery, passion and skill, and each awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, the most prestigious honor Congress can bestow. It has taken the United States more than six decades to appropriately honor the Tuskegee Airmen. FULL STORY

  • News: NS BOE Projected Tax Levy Drops to 3.9 Percent

    At the March 29 meeting of the North Shore Board of Education, trustees officially adopted the proposed budget for 2007-08. At that time, the budget of _$77,117,038, which represented a 5.4 percent budget-to-budget increase over last year, was estimated to result in a projected tax levy of 4.5 percent, as reported in the April 2 edition of the Record Pilot. Both administration and board trustees were proud to announce that the projected tax levy was one of the lowest increases in the past 25 years. The number would represent a difference of approximately $7 per month for the average district home. FULL STORY

  • Sports: April 21 Is Jr. Baseball/Softball Opening Day Parade and Games

    Batter Up! The Glen Cove Junior Baseball/Softball opening day parade and games have been postponed to April 21 instead of April 14 as originally planned. Because of the ice storm two weeks ago and its aftermath, our baseball fields would not be in top-notch condition for our youngsters to begin the season. Glen Cove Junior Baseball/Softball and the City of Glen Cove decided to postpone opening day to ensure the safety of all players as well as to protect the integrity of the fields. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Spring Thing is in full swing, as the Glen Cove High School boys lacrosse team readies itself for league competition. The Big Red finished its non-league schedule with a 10-6 win over Great Neck South. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
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