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November 20, 1998

  • NEWS: Torino Discusses Initial Concept Drawings for St. Paul's Fields

    After the Nov. 5 Board of Trustees meeting, it seemed to be the hope of Recreation Commission Chairperson Bruce A. Torino, that any residents who had concerns about the initial concept drawing for the possible future uses of the St. Paul's recreation fields, would attend the Nov. 12 Commission meeting, and would then see the drawings as a jumping-off point for discussion and input and participate at the meeting. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Judge Dismisses Plaintiff's Case in Houses for Parking Plea

    In a copy of the statement signed and released by Deputy Clerk-in-Charge Joseph Di Talia for the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, it was announced that the Honorable Thomas C. Platt, district judge, rendered an oral decision on Nov. 6 denying the plaintiff's motion for summary judgment, instead granting the defendant's motion to dismiss in Garden City Center Associates versus the Incorporated Village of Garden City. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Girls Soccer Upset by New Hyde Park

    It wasn't supposed to end like this for the Garden City Girls Soccer Team. They were already looking forward to playing the South Side Cyclones, hoping to avenge last year's heartbreaking loss in the Class B County Finals. Maybe that can help to explain the result of the Lady Trojans' semifinal match-up against New Hyde Park at Mitchel Field. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Trojans Football Finishes Regular Season Undefeated

    Hewlett has become a great rivalry, with some very memorable games in the past few years. In 1994, the Trojans squeaked by the Bulldogs 22-21. Last year, the two teams met both in the regular season and in the Conference II semi-finals, with the Trojans winning both (16-7 and 7-3). FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Thank You Voters
  • OPINION: Hannon Thanks Voters

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