February 5, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

School

Garden City Parent University is back!

The classrooms at the Garden City High School will soon be filled with a student body of adult learners during the second annual Parent University. More...

Jump Bunch "Mommy and Me" at Garden Manor Nursery School a huge hit

This January, Garden Manor Nursery School offered for the first time ever, Mommy and Me Jump Bunch. This is a sport/activity based class where children play alongside their parent or caregiver for a 45 minute period of time. More...

Garden City teachers secure education grants

The Garden City School District extended its appreciation to three district teachers who recently secured educational grants to benefit students. Locust teacher Mrs. Millie Joyce secured a Target Field Trip grant. More...

Letters

Support school libraries

To the Editor: Thank you for printing the article showing how the Garden City school librarians are playing a critical role in helping our young people More...

Reconsider government

To the Editor: It was a pleasure to have read the Letter to the Editor by A. Gullo (Jan. 29, 2016). The writer has great insight as to what is happening to our Village. More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

The Worker Reclassification Battle

This is written the day after the Iowa caucuses. On the Republican side, Ted Cruz proved that he can mobilize his base of very conservative voters, while Marco Rubio is increasingly likely to be the choice of the establishment moderate wing. More...

Mayor Office

FROM THE MAYOR'S OFFICE

Parking at St. Paul’s More...

Meetings set for Seventh Street, business hub improvements

There will be two “workshop” meetings held before Easter with Garden City’s new StreetScape Committee signaling a collaborative spirit. More...

Franklin Ct. residents continue fight against fence

Actions speak louder than words, but for some Garden City residents who are still determined to see the fence at Franklin Court fall despite the Board of Trustees’ vote to keep it up January 14, the words they heard that night and have read in More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Keeping up the streetscape

We’re glad to hear that the Village, in conjuction with the Chamber of Commerce, is looking at the “streetscape” of the shopping areas. More...

Celebrate Valentine's Day in the Village

It's the time of year everyone loves, even if they don't love cold weather and snow, the end of football season, the looming standardized tests for students and the long wait until summer starts. More...

Harlem Wizards v. Garden City Faculty tomorrow

It's not too late to get your Wizards tickets, but hurry because they're going fast! This popular event is usually a sellout so don't wait! The game is tomorrow, Saturday, February 6th at 1 p.m. in the Garden City High School gym. More...

Sports

GCHS Boys Varsity Fencing is playoff bound

The Trojans finished the regular season with an 11-1 record (.923 winning percentage), thus becoming the "Boys Large School Champions and Overall Season Winner." The Individual Nassau County Championships were held at Oyster Bay High School on Saturd More...

Kickline takes 1st Place

The Garden City Spirit Thunderettes Kickline team took 1st place in the Long Island Kickline Association's competition this Sunday, January 31, 2016. More...

GCAA U8 ( 2nd Grade) Travel Baseball Tryouts

On the afternoon of Sunday, February 28, the GCAA will be holding tryouts for the 2016 U8 teams. To be eligible to tryout, a child must live or attend school in Garden City and be born between 9/1/2007 and 8/31/2008. More...