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November 13, 1998

  • NEWS: Bird Sanctuary Letter and Petition Accuse NCDPW of Failure

    President Robert Alvey of the Garden City Bird Sanctuary, also known as Storm Water Storage Basin #232, issued a letter and a petition with over 200 signatures from Village residents and visitors to the sanctuary last week to County Executive Tom Gulotta, County Legislator Vincent Muscarella, Village Trustee Donald Jenkins, and WPOA President Gerry Lundquist. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: St. Paul's Remains Spark for Heated Debates at Trustees Meetings

    Initially during the portion of the Village Board of Trustees Meeting in which residents are free to speak on any subject of concern to them, Mort Yuter broached the topic of the future use of the St. Paul's property by requesting an update on the negotiations between the Village and CareMatrix, the company seeking to lease the property for an assisted living facility. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Garden City Soccer Players Score in Tournament

    Recently, the athletes of the Garden City Special Children's Soccer Program attended their first soccer tournament at the Denton Avenue School in New Hyde Park. The tournament was hosted by New Hyde Park's Special Children's Soccer Program. Garden City's athletes were split into two squads, Juniors and Intermediate. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: A Big Play Day

    The Garden City Trojans have shown that they can win in a number of different ways. Against Levittown Division, the Trojans forced six turnovers. Versus Calhoun, GC compiled three 80-yard drives of more than eight plays. A last-second Hail Mary defeated New Hyde Park. Senior Day at Warren King Field, Garden City (7-0) showed it can win with big plays in very big plays. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Mourning the Loss of a Child Advocate
  • OPINION: Thanking Blood Drive Supporters

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