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Garden City (Nassau, New York)

Garden City (Nassau, New York)
Thousands of years before tree-lined streets stretched past graceful, formal homes, the place that would become Garden City sat in the heart of the Hempstead Plains, the only prairie east of the Mississippi River.
Photo: Stewart Avenue, Garden City, One of the Finest Suburban Streets in the Country (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
Thousands of years before tree-lined streets stretched past graceful, formal homes, the place that would become Garden City sat in the heart of the Hempstead Plains, the only prairie east of the Mississippi River.
Photo: Stewart Avenue, Garden City, One of the Finest Suburban Streets in the Country (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
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  • Paul B. Moore, Evening Sun reporter

    Paul B. Moore, Evening Sun reporter
    Paul B. Moore, a former Evening Sun reporter and editor who later became a public relations executive, died Nov. 27 from complications of prostate cancer at his Homeland residence. He was 84. "Paul was a very conscientious reporter and a very...
  • 50 years ago: 24th person killed in crash on Harford roads

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, November 15, 1962: Harford's fatality rate rose to 24 people with a crash this week 50 years ago in Aberdeen. Helen Harris, 47 of Garden City Park, N.Y., died instantly when the car in which she was...
  • Penn Station's architect designed terminals in Hoboken, Scranton

    I repeated a blooper in my recent column on the 100th anniversary of Baltimore's Pennsylvania Station that was caught by a sharp-eyed Roland Park resident and lawyer, John C. Murphy, who comes from a family of Baltimore architects. I had stated with...
  • Deborah S. Edelman, writer

    Deborah S. Edelman, writer
    Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and...
  • Loyola College holds Mass to remember Parente

    Loyola College holds Mass to remember Parente
    The ritual of the Roman Catholic Mass provided a salve to the wound felt by more than 1,000 Loyola College students who gathered Tuesday night to remember their friend and classmate, Stephanie Parente. The 19-year-old Loyola sophomore's green crew jacket...
  • Long Island neighbors bewildered at death of family

    A wreath of bright flowers decorates the front door of the tidy white-brick house on First Street, across from the fairways of the Cherry Valley Club. Occasionally, someone comes by to drop off a bouquet, a note of condolence attached. The inhabitants...
  • Police describe methodical killings in hotel

    The phone in the Parentes' 10th-floor hotel room rang just before midnight. By then, a mother and two daughters staying there had been beaten and asphyxiated by the man who answered the phone. Not long after taking that call - from a college roommate of...
  • Juco OL Chad Mavety signs with FSU

    Chad Mavety, OT, Garden City (N.Y.) Nassau C.C. Ht: 6-6 Wt: 320 Class: 2014 Recruiting Buzz: The Seminoles clearly needed to bolster their OL depth. FSU’s first-team OL was one of the best units in the country, but second string was shaky at...
  • UFC 168: Gruesome injury for Silva

    UFC 168: Gruesome injury for Silva
    After months of intense buildup, the UFC middleweight title rematch between Chris Weidman and the man he defeated to win the belt in July, Anderson Silva, figured to have a memorable ending. But no one was expecting quite what went down Saturday night...
  • Search continues for man who shot 2 at N.Y. business, killing 1

    Police and the FBI continued a massive manhunt Thursday for the man who opened fire inside a  business on Long Island, killing one employee, critically injuring the company's chief executive and prompting the lockdown of nearby schools and a shopping...
  • Gov. Cuomo: Lowe's to Distribute Over 22,000 Thanksgiving Meals to Sandy Victims

    Gov. Cuomo: Lowe's to Distribute Over 22,000 Thanksgiving Meals to Sandy Victims
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Lowe’s will be distributing more than 22,000 traditional, family-style Thanksgiving meals from Boston Market to families in the hardest hit communities of Hurricane Sandy. These heat-and-serve dinners...
  • Seasons 52 celebrates Copper River salmon season

     
    Seasons 52 is offering a prized seasonal offering of one of the world’s best-tasting and nutritious varieties of wild salmon – Copper River Salmon. Available for lunch and dinner, Seasons 52’s Grilled Alaska Wild Copper River Salmon is...