February 12, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Senior Center rental rates set

At its meeting on Monday, February 8, the Garden City Board of Commissioners of Recreation and Cultural Affairs unanimously agreed on set fees for renting use of the new Golf Club Lane Senior Center. More...

School

Garden City Public Schools presents the 2016 Afternoon Tea

All the snow will soon be gone (we hope!), and the warm spring sun will fade our stark, white surroundings to lush green punctuated by snow drops, crocus, and tulips. More...

Free college planning workshop

A free college planning admissions workshop will be held on Monday, March 14, from 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM at the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City. More...

2016 EPOA Scholarship

It is with pleasure that the Eastern Property Owners' Association of Garden City announces that it will once again award a $1000 scholarship for 2016 to a graduating high school senior who resides in the Eastern section. More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

The Composite Candidate

As this is written, voters in the New Hampshire primary are casting their votes. My best guess is that Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders will finish first in their respective races, but beyond that virtually anything can happen. More...

Mayor Office

FROM THE MAYOR'S OFFICE

Village Offices Closed - President’s Day - Monday, February 15th Village offices will be closed on Monday, February 15, 2016 for President’s Day. More...

Board approves upgrades for Village pool

At its meeting on Thursday, February 4, the Village Board of Trustees approved two agenda items related to the Garden City Pool - a center of attention now that the budget season kicks off and plans for its summer 2016 season have taken shape with mo More...

Railroad plans raise concern for Village, Long Island

Garden City officials have joined with other area leaders to oppose the Long Island Rail Road's plans to add a third track to its service and impact commutes from Floral Park to Hicksville, as according to the MTA, due to the current track capacity, More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Send us mail

For the first time in many weeks we didn’t get any letters to the editor this week, which is strange considering the number of active “topics” that have received attention in recent weeks. More...

Estates POA seeks director candidates

The Nominating Committee of the Property Owners' Association of Garden City Estates announces that it is seeking residents of Garden City Estates who are members of the Estates POA who are interested in being considered for Director positions to serv More...

Broadway Tribute at the Historical Society Museum

On Sunday afternoon, February 21, soprano Jessica Stolte Bender, baritenor Bruce Solomon and pianist Fady Deeb on the Society's Baby Grand Piano will fill the beautiful Victorian setting of The Garden City Historical Society Museum with a selection o More...

Sports

Trojan Boys HS Basketball first playoff game Saturday

The Garden City High School Boys Basketball team finished the regular season with a 63-46 victory over Great Neck North bringing their overall record to 14-5 (12-2 league play.) The Trojans' second place finish in Conference A1 qualifies the squad fo More...

Girls Varsity Fencing Team shines in the post season

The Garden City Girls Varsity Fencing Team, under the direction of Coach Michael "CK" Kreidman has certainly shown what they are made of in the post season. More...

Kickline team qualifies for LI Championships

Garden City Spirit is proud to announce the Thunderettes Kickline Team has qualified in LIKA's Long Island Championships, to be held on March 13. More...