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July 16, 1999

  • NEWS: And Then the Lights Went Out...

    The teachers from Lutheran Preschool of the Church of the Resurrection in Garden City, who were enjoying their summer vacation together, had finished their lunch at Lord & Taylor and were enjoying some shopping when all of the lights went out suddenly at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, July 6. Small emergency lights went on indicating exit points and aiding in visibility to a degree, and, the teachers reported, the entire staff of the department store "appeared almost instantly on the scene" with flashlights. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Brian Paradine Mounts Efforts to Challenge Legislator Muscarella

    Garden City resident Brian Paradine is currently planning to challenge incumbent Vincent Muscarella for the Eighth Legislative District seat of the Nassau County Legislature. Running on the Democratic ticket, having been nominated last month, he said in an interview with Anton Community Newspapers that he sees the upcoming fall election as an "opportunity to address the serious problems the County has been facing." He added, "What inspired me to run were the headlines over the last few months regarding the budget problems, the deficit, the property assessment issue, and the matter of patronization." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Recreation Department News

    On Tuesday, July 20, the Recreation Department will hold a trip to the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows for all five Village Playgrounds. Youngsters will have the opportunity to visit New York City's only "hands on" science and technology center. The Hall of Science features 185 exciting exhibits on color, light, optical illusions, the atom, audio technologies, computers, and much more. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Michael Volpe Earns Third Varsity Letter in Baseball

    Michael Volpe, who just completed his junior year at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, and is a resident of Garden City, earned his third varsity letter in baseball at the college this past spring, head coach Peter Kostacopoulos announced. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor
  • OPINION: Thanks to the Folks at Garden City.....

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