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November 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Conflicting Reports Emerge in Town of Hempstead Recanvassing

    Since Election Day, the reported outcome of the race for Town of Hempstead Councilwoman Linda Reed's seat has changed almost daily. On the night of the elections, Democrat challenger Rita Kestenbaum was considered the unofficial victor in the race until just before sunrise of the next day when Linda Reed was then named the unofficial winner. The election was considered too close to call officially and it was announced that there would be a recanvassing of the votes and the absentee ballots and affadavits would be critical in determining the final outcome. Since then there has been a flood of conflicting reports over every detail of this race. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Former Rifle Ranges in Garden City Schools Raise Concerns About Lead

    Suddenly on Friday afternoon television news vans converged on Garden City High School to jump on reports that there was a rifle range in the basement of the school. By the end of the weekend daily papers and television news shows were all reporting that in both the Garden City High School and Garden City Middle School there were raised levels of lead in the basements where 15 years earlier, students used to take target practice, as was not uncommon practice in school districts throughout the country. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sarah Mathers Selected Field Hockey Player of the Year

    Quinnipiac sophomore goalkeeper Sarah Mathers (Garden City High School) was selected as the NCAA Division I Northeast Conference Field Hockey Player of the Year in a vote of the league's head coaches. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tomahawks Defeat Auburndale

    The Garden City Tomahawks ( boys U-11 soccer) recently faced the Auburn Thunderbolts in a regular season home game. The Tomahawks set the tenor in the opening minutes of the game when an early attempt on goal by Auburndale was deflected by goalkeeper Robert Stufano. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Protest GCMS Students
  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor



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