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2 hrs ago | Patch.com
The Garden City board of trustees unanimously approved the purchase of a 2000 GPM pumper truck for the Garden City Fire Department at a cost of $657,981.
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5 hrs ago | Patch.com
Written by Patricia Hanna, Molly's coach at Missouri Baptist University Molly Josephs of Garden City was named USA Track & Field's 2013 Henry Laskau Award winner Saturday at the USATF annual meeting in Indianapolis.
10 hrs ago | Garden City Life
On Friday, Dec. 13, the Western Property Owners' Association will be holding their traditional tree lighting ceremony at 6 p.m., at the south end of New Hyde Park Road.
Mayor Watras presented Palmeri with an official proclamation celebrating her hard work in giving back to children in need in light of her own terrible loss years ago.
The regular season and conference championship weekend are over. And with the extended dead period, college staffs are going into recruiting overdrive this week.
The village board of trustees Thursday unanimously approved resident James Akel as Garden City's newest volunteer firefighter.
The location, 679 Franklin Avenue, is now vacant with a "For Rent" sign in the window.
Garden City resident Francis Taylor, a member of the class of 2014 at Providence College, has been named to the 2014 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Santa Claus arrived in style Sunday to help Mayor John Watras officially flip the switch on the 2013 holiday season in Garden City.
Wisdom Lane Middle School Peer Buddies recently gathered in the cafeteria to prepare decorations for the 24th annual Long Island Festival of Trees.
On December 7, 1993, the Long Island Railroad became the site of horrors for commuters, when an armed gunman boarded the train and began shooting.
The Garden City Village Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a resolution to solicit competitive bids for remediation and deconstruction of Ellis Hall at the historic St. Paul's campus.
Additional Assessment Relief Authorized for Sandy Victims Legislation has been adopted to authorize assessment relief for nearly 3,000 properties impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY, center in the red coat, and Joyce Gorycki, center left, hang wreaths at the Long Island Rail Road station in Garden City, N.Y., Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the shooting rampage that took the lives of both of their husbands aboard a Long Island Rail Road commuter chain.