Apostle House Gets Upgrade
Phase I of the restoration project now under way for the Garden City Historical Society Museum at the original Apostle House has begun. Built in the 1870s, the house is one of the original homes here in the village. "This is why it's such an important aspect to the village's history," Joanne K. Adams, Historical Society president, said.
Incumbents Prevail in Local Elections
In the 6th Senatorial District, Republican incumbent Kemp Hannon defeated Democratic candidate Norman St. George. Hannon, who was first elected to the Senate in 1989, received approximately 61 percent of the votes while St. George received approximately 35 percent. Right to Life candidate Paul F. Callahan received 2,067 votes (three percent) while Liberal candidate Patricia Maher received 528 (one percent). This will mark Hannon's eighth term in office.
High School Sports Briefs
Lawrence (7-1) held off a late Garden City (5-3) comeback and notched a 20-16 victory to ensure a spot in the Nassau Conference II playoffs. The Garden City loss meant that the Trojans would miss the playoffs for the first time since 1980.
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"And hopes that were high in the heat of September can wilt and die in the chill of November. November can be cold and gray. November can be surly. With bitter rain upon the world and winter coming early."
Senator Balboni Thanks Supporters