June 24, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

School

GC junior receives science award in physics

Garden City Junior Taylor Gladd was awarded the Garden City Science Department Underclassmen Award for Outstanding Achievement and Enthusiasm in Physics at a ceremony held in the Garden City High Sch More...

Mollie's Fund targets GCMS's 6th Graders

The Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation presented its annual Sun Safety Assembly on Wednesday, May 24th, to the Garden City Middle School's sixth grade. The program was introduced by Ms. Michelle Ingo glia, sixth grade guidance counselor. Ms. More...

Fifth graders argue First Amendment case at Village Hall

“‘We the People’ is a wonderful opportunity for the students to explore the First Amendment and its meaning through the creation of a mock Supreme Court case,” explained Stratford Avenue fifth grade teacher Leigh Dowden. More...

GC fire coverage, operations discussed at board meeting

Members of the Garden City Board of Trustees and of the public discussed the operations of the Garden City Fire Department at the Village Board meeting on June 16th. More...

Would later GCHS start time help students?

Instead of parents in the village enforcing an earlier curfew on school nights the public school district may one day grant its teenage student population an extra dose of sleep by starting the school day later in the morning. More...

Village Board hears options for water storage tank

At its meeting on Thursday, June 2, the Village Board of Trustees heard some news and proposals for the village's water storage tank from Kelleher of H2M. More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

We were happy to hear that the first Seventh Street Promenade was a great success, and as of press time it looks like the weather on Friday night will be another lovely night. More...

Special meeting scheduled

The Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Garden City, New York, will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, June 28th at the Garden City Library, 60 Seventh Street, to consider setting of a public hearing on a proposed local law in connection More...

GC teen lobbies Congress to fight cystic fibrosis

As part of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's annual Teen Advocacy Day, Max Genova, age 14, will join more than 75 teens from across the country in Washington, D.C. More...

Sports

WPOA awards scholarship

The Western Property Owners Association (WPOA) established its high school scholarship program 14 years ago, granting its first scholarship in 2002. More...

Garden City Spartans spring season a success

The 10U Garden City Spartans enjoyed a successful spring season playing in the East Coast Youth Baseball League, where they placed 2nd and made it to the semi-finals of the East Meadow Memorial Day Tournament. More...

VILLAGE SPORTS

2016 Summer Music on the Village Green The Department of Recreation and Parks is pleased to announce its concert line up for this summer. More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

Licensing overregulation: some common ground?

Once in a while there is an issue that both the left and the right can agree about. It appears that excessive licensing of occupations is one of those causes. More...