May 26, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Belmont Festival kicks off summer on 7th St.

On Friday June 9 the Village of Garden City will welcome thousands of families as the 20th annual Belmont Festival returns to Seventh Street from 6 until 10 p.m.  More...

School

COLLEGE NOTES

Richard Boudreau of Garden City, achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA during the Fall 2016 semester at Hofstra University, earning a spot on the Provost’s List.  Richard is an accounting major in the class of 2019.   Alexander T. More...

Play golf, tennis for St. Joseph School on June 12

The St. Joseph School Father’s Association would like to invite you to The St. Joseph School 14th Annual Golf and Tennis Open and Honoree Dinner right here in Garden City at the Cherry Valley Club on Monday, June 12. More...

Italian language students raise donations for needy

Members of Garden City High School’s Italian Club and the Italian Honor Society recently held a raffle to raise funds to help those in need. More...

Letters

Keep retailers on 7th Street

To the Editor:   More...

Unconscionable decision

To the Editor:   I am a both a supporter and volunteer of the Garden City charity, The Andy Fund, and have worked at their biggest fundraiser at St. More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

The flawed New York voting system

This week, the Supreme Court struck down the Congressional district maps drawn by the North Carolina legislature, finding that African Americans were unduly concentrated into two voting districts in violation of the Voting Rights Act. More...

Albanese Org. objects to zoning change supported by Chamber

A public hearing that began on May 18 and will continue when the Village Board meets on Thursday, June 1, has the undivided attention of major real estate and commercial stakeholders in Garden City, including a prominent voice who helped in the early More...

Committee says it’s time for later High School starting time

At the Tuesday, May 16 Garden City Board of Education meeting, “Option 1” for instituting new school starting times was formally recommended to the school board, with a one-hour presentation from members of the in-district starting time s More...

Memorial Day parade

Garden City’s Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 29th. More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Remembering the fallen

On Memorial Day we remember those who have fallen in wars, who gave their lives so that we could continue to live in freedom.  For many people, Memorial Day has become just another long weekend holiday, the start of the summer season, a day off More...

Village responds to Crown Castle cell antenna dispute

SUBMITTED BY THE GARDEN CITY VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Village Board of Trustees has again been asked by several homeowners to intervene in their dispute with Crown Castle. We believe that some background information needs to be provided on this issue. More...

Crown Castle question back in front of Village Board

Four anti-Crown Castle crusaders, each one a Garden City mom, homeowner and familiar face in front of the Board of Trustees, returned to Village Hall at the Thursday, May 18 trustees’ meeting.  More...

Sports

Garden City Girls Varsity Lacrosse heading to county finals

The Garden City High School Girls Varsity lacrosse team defeated Calhoun High School last Monday in the semi-final round of the Class B Girls Lacrosse playoffs held at Adelphi University by a score of 17-3.  More...

VILLAGE SPORTS

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Varsity Boys Lacrosse advances to county finals

The Varsity Boys lacrosse team entered the playoffs with a regular season record of 12-3 overall and 8-1 in league play. They were 4-2 outside of the conference. More...