September 14, 2007

  • News: Evan Marshall Pleads Guilty in Glen Cove Murder

    Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice has announced that Evan Marshall of Glen Cove has pleaded guilty to charges of murder in the first degree, three counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree, burglary in the second degree and criminal mischief in the fourth degree in connection with the Aug. 17, 2006 homicide and dismemberment of neighbor Denice Fox. Mr. Marshall also pleaded guilty to charges of assault and leaving the scene of an incident involving physical injury without reporting, charges that stem from an unrelated vehicular incident the morning of the murder. FULL STORY

  • News: Benazzi Petitions Deemed Valid for Mayoral Ballot

    In a bipartisan and unanimous ruling, the Nassau County Board of Elections has ruled that the petitions submitted by Bob Benazzi, independent candidate for Glen Cove mayor, are indeed valid, following an objection made recently by registered Democrat and Glen Cove resident Nina Held, who works at the Nassau County Board of Elections. According to William Biamonte, Democratic Elections Commissioner, any registered voter is entitled to challenge a candidate's petitions. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    The new season has begun and the Viking's boys' varsity soccer team has picked up where it left off last year by starting a new winning streak. After a successful scrimmage against Valley Stream North, the team opened the season with a solid 2-0 win over Great Neck South. Led by last year's leading scorer, Captain Robbie Grabher, who posted both goals, the team showed a fine defensive posture and All-County goalie Tucker Morgan showed why he earned that honor by repelling all efforts. Returning players Zach Venditto, Brandon Robilotti, Matt Kelly, Frank Galluzzo, Jon Pavlica, Keith Salerno, Chris Frey, Andy Lazarow (2 assists), Alex Lieberman-Cribbins, and Charlie Vasiento all contributed to the winning effort. This core of veterans is bolstered by rookies Chris Dellavecchia, Alex Bouganim, Jeff Breifel, Peter Filippi, Kyle Henry, Brian Leigh, Dan O'Connor, and Anthony Mendez-Cortes. Having proven its ability last season with an 8-3-3 winning record, the team earned the honor to move up a division. They have set their goals high this year and want to make the playoffs for the first time in quite a few years. Along the way, a conference championship would be nice. With so many returning players, the team's confidence is high. Early indications are positive and the team has shown Coach Hintz a desire to work hard and continually improve. With all this going for them, it would seem clear that good things lie in the near future for Vikings Soccer. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove High School varsity football team began practicing on Aug. 20 in preparation of the season opener held on Sept. 11 against Great Neck North HS. The teams played a rare Tuesday afternoon game to due to the earlier than usual holiday. FULL STORY

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