September 26, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

School

Garden City schools join national group

The Garden City Board of Education, following the lead of Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Feirsen, passed a resolution to formalize its membership in a new organization as a national "Public Schools That Work" district. More...

St. Joseph School Fall Festival

Don't miss the fun! The St. Joseph School PTA will be hosting its second annual Fall Festival on Saturday, September 27th from 10-4. More...

Sports

Village soccer players of the week

Kindergarten girls Team ElsaCourtney BremerSydney RheinMia Schaltenbrand Orange CrushColleen IrwinAddison SantantonioOlivia Vendetti Pink PanthersCarly MirabellaAbigail PerisaMadelyn Realmuto More...

Thunder 9 Roll with 20-7 win at Massapequa

The GC Thunder 9 team is about as good as it gets in youth football. The Coaches are well prepared, the boys are all motivated and eager to hold on to their top spot in the league. More...

GC Thunder 7 celebrate first win

The Garden City Thunder experience starts with practices in August that are a humbling mixture of mistakes, mis cues, and 7 year old over confidence that usually culminates with the calming relief of the boys first game. More...

Mayor Office

FROM THE MAYOR'S OFFICE

Women of Distinction

Trustee Trouvé represented the Village City at the Second Annual Women of Distinction Awards Ceremony hosted by Assemblyman Edward Ra. More...

Suozzi, public works seek progress fixing local roads

At the September 18 Village Board meeting, Administrator Ralph Suozzi updated the trustees about a new county road plan that would impact traffic into and out of the north end Garden City. More...

Community

Missing those summer days

We read with interest the Board of Trustees discussion about the Garden City Pool’s finances.. More...

Village appointments and payments, with one denied

At its meeting on Thursday, September 18 the Garden City Village Board approved sick leave for four members of the police department as well as two recreation employees and one person from public works. More...

THE OFFICE CAT

MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM: THE POLICE REPORT Grand Larceny arrest: A 24 year old Queens woman was arrested By Officer Touhy on September 17th. More...

Letters

Candyland

To the Editor: At last week's Traffic Commission meeting a second request for stop signs on St. James St. North at John St. was discussed. This had been previously requested by the same resident in May of 2013 More...

Common Core concerns

To the Editor: My husband and I had the pleasure of meeting with New York State Senator Kemp Hannon on September 4 to discuss our significant concerns with the Common Core Curriculum. More...

St. Joseph's gala

To the Editor: St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church has been an integral part of our community for over 110 years. It is where we form our children in faith, gather together to be nourished in faith, hope and love More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

ERISA AT 40

40 years ago this month President Gerald R. Ford signed into law the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) to regulate retirement and welfare benefit plans established by private employers. More...