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October 16, 1998

  • NEWS: Dr. Shuart Shares His Vision for Hofstra of the 21st Century

    In June of 1976 Dr. James M. Shuart became the seventh president of Hofstra University and moved his family into the president's home, located in the Village of Garden City. For the past 22 years, he has enjoyed living in the Village and says that raising his children in Garden City, particularly because of the quality of the Garden City Public Schools, was a very positive experience for his family. He laughed and added warmly that some day after his retirement he'll "enjoy Seventh Street apartment living." As for life at the helm of Hofstra University, he says, "Things are popping here!" Dr. Shuart spoke with Garden City Life in a recent interview in his office in Hofstra Hall and shared his vision for the university and spoke about all of the work under way to make that vision become a reality. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: The Hubbub About the Hub, Monorails, Freight and Other Points of Contention

    As the deadline for ratification of the Comprehensive Plan - Jan. 1, 1999 - follows the quickly approaching Nov. 3 elections, the plan has become one of the many issues upon which candidates have been asked to comment. People wish to know who will throw their support behind the plan in its entirety or oppose certain measures. Many residents have themselves worked to make their views known at public hearings and workshops, as well as through letters to the Planning Commission. Also, a tremendous amount of confusion seems to surround the plan, and despite the availability of copies for interested residents, few people have actually seen it. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: GC United Boys U11 Green Division Celebrate

    The Garden City United Boys U11 Green Division recently celebrated its first place victory in the Annual American Ref-Fuel East Meadow Soccer Tournament, which drew some 400 teams from as far away as Connecticut and upstate New York. More than 6,000 boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 18 participated this year, the largest number the tournament has ever attracted. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sports Shorts

    Erica Hadjoglou is currently a junior at Syracuse University who plays defense on the Women's Soccer Team. She is described in the university's sports guide as a "Strong communicator who controls the defense... great vision and service..." In her sophomore year, she started 16 games on defense and recorded an assist against Cornell. She was a member of the Big East Academic All-Star team and was on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: What a Surprise?
  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor

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