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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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  • Seasons 52 culinary director honored by produce association

     
    Chef Clifford Pleau, Senior Director of Culinary for Seasons 52, the highly-acclaimed fresh grill and wine bar restaurant, will be honored by the for his innovative and influential use of fresh produce in the culinary arts.  One of only six chefs in the...
  • 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...
  • Long Island "Hit Mom" Found Guilty

    Long Island "Hit Mom" Found Guilty
    After watching a cold-blooded request caught on hidden camera, jurors found Susan Williams guilty of conspiracy to kill her husband. The decision came down Monday after jurors watched footage of Williams heartlessly explaining her wishes to a man she...
  • Handcrafted art glass pendant changes colors

    Handcrafted art glass pendant changes colors
    Handcrafted art glass featuring changing looks, WAC Lighting’s new Mojo is a planetary red-orange color by day and glows into a blue-green at night when charged. Perfect for children’s rooms, Mojo will delight all ages. After charging for just...
  • Man Strangles 88-Year-Old Mom To Death Over Money Woes

    Man Strangles 88-Year-Old Mom To Death Over Money Woes
    A Long Island man has been charged with strangling his 88-year-old mother to death over a dispute over money, police said Friday. According to authorities, James Olsen, 56, was arrested Thursday after he called cops, asking for "police assistance" at the...
  • Snow relentless, piles up on winter-weary Northeast, but sunshine in forecast

    Snow relentless, piles up on winter-weary Northeast, but sunshine in forecast
    A storm that had been predicted for days caught much of the East Coast off guard with its ferocity, tearing through with lightning, thunder and mounds of wet snow, leaving more than 300,000 customers around the nation's capital without power Thursday...
  • Nassau County Prepares For Measles Outbreak

    Nassau County Prepares For Measles Outbreak
    The Nassau County Department of Health is warning residents of a highly contagious virus that may already have infected multiple people -- measles. A 9-month-old baby who recently traveled internationally has a confirmed case of the potentially deadly...
  • Nassau Coliseum Vote

    Nassau Coliseum Vote
    Polling places in Nassau County, Long Island closed at 9PM despite the pleas from some voters to stay open longer. The county's Board of Elections cited paying overtime for workers and security in a bond referendum election that has cost the county $2.2...
  • Hurricane Relief Volunteer Charged With Sex Abuse Of Woman At Shelter

    Hurricane Relief Volunteer Charged With Sex Abuse Of Woman At Shelter
    A man was arrested Sunday afternoon on sex abuse charges after he inappropriately touched a woman who was seeking shelter at a hurricane relief center on Long Island. Police say 25-year-old Anthony Henry of Roosevelt was volunteering to assist the Red...
  • NY man demands estranged wife pay him for kidney

    A New York doctor is demanding that his estranged wife pay him $1.5 million to compensate him for the kidney he gave her while they were still on good terms. Dr. Richard Batista spoke Wednesday to reporters at his lawyer's office in Garden City, Long...
  • Economy, rivals biting petsmart, despite strengths

    Q: If everyone is supposed to be so into pets, why isn't my stock in PetSmart Inc. up this year? --F.L., via the Internet A: You're right about the pet trend. About 63 percent of U.S. households now own a pet and owners will have spent an estimated...
  • N.J. firm intends to buy Americus

    A developer plans to buy the once-grand Americus Center hotel, shuttered five years ago, and return the downtown Allentown landmark to its original splendor. But the principals for the real estate firm would not disclose what they intend to do with the...