Garden City's Own Nobel Prize Winner Returns to the High School
Currently a professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Stanford University, Dr. Chu was awarded the Nobel Prize for his study of the laser cooling and trapping of atoms. He is also the recipient of the Herbert Broida Prize for Spectroscopy, the Richtmyer Memorial Prize Lecturer, co-winner of the King Faisal International Prize for Science, the Arthur Schawlow Prize for Laser Science, the William Meggers Award for Laser Spectroscopy, and the Science for Art Prize. In addition, Dr. Chu received a Humbolt Senior Scientist Award in 1995 and the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1996.
Albanese and Castagna Buy Another Franklin Avenue Building
Four years ago the Albanese Development Corporation and Castagna Realty joined forces to revitalize and upgrade available buildings along Franklin Avenue as part of the revitalization efforts in the village. Last week, Albanese and Castagna announced that they will be purchasing a third building as part of this effort. The organizations will be buying the headquarters of the former Roosevelt Savings Bank from its most recent owner, the Roslyn Savings Bank.
St. Joseph's 7th Grade Boys Go 20-2 to Win CYO Diocesan Championship
The real story is that this was a special group of boys who would never quit. Along the way, St. Joseph's also captured the Notre Dame Tournament title and the St. Vincent de Paul Tournament championship. St. Joseph's used a swarming 1-3-1 full court zone press to constantly keep their opponents off guard.
Boys Varsity Lacrosse Takes Lead Over Three Tough Teams
The Garden City boy's lacrosse team has started off another spectacular season with convincing victories over the highly competitive Lynbrook, Chaminade and Manhasset teams.
From the Mayor's Office
An Open Letter to Neighbors and Business Owners