A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Disingenuous at best

This week the Village responded to an article that we published last week (“Federal lawsuit alleges excessive force by GCPD”). We did get one thing wrong in last week’s article - the incident took place on July 16, 2013, not 2016. More...

“Party Under the Stars” this Saturday at the Pool

July 23rd was our second “Party Under the Stars” event. Members and guests enjoyed a beautiful summer night with delicious food, tasty treats, and beverages catered by D&J Refreshments. More...

Adopt-a-Battalion supports troops overseas

“I’m pleased to announce I’m partnering with ‘Adopt-A-Battalion,’ a 100% volunteer based organization that operates year round to collect goods and monetary donations for our servicemen and women stationed overseas,&rdqu More...

THE OFFICE CAT

MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM: THE POLICE REPORT Bumper cars: On August 10th the rear bumper to a vehicle parked in the Fair Court Parking Field was found damaged. More...

THIS WEEK AT ROTARY

Bob Kaliban Entertains next Monday

Back by “popular demand:” Don’t miss the return of the Legendary storyteller, Bob Kaliban. More...

Library’s elevator out of service

The Garden City Public Library’s elevator will be out of service August through September 2016 due to the complete over-haul of the cab, circuitry and wiring. THE ENTIRE LOWER LEVEL WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL PATRONS. More...

News from the Children’s Room

Summer Reading Club Prizes While the Summer Reading Club and Summer Read-to-Me Club has ended, children who were registered in the program can still pick up their prizes in the Children’s Room through August. More...

Ethical Society to honor Long Island Poets

Long Island poets will honored beat the Ethical Humanist Society of LI from September through June. More...

Adelphi University Performing Arts Center announces season lineup

The entertainment lineup for the ninth season for one of Long Island’s premier destination for the arts, the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center (AUPAC), has been announced. More...

GC senior bridge

On August 15th there were eight tables playing. More...

State education officials meet with Legislative Affairs Committee

On the evening of June 23rd, New York State Commissioner of Education MaryEllen Elia, Deputy Commissioner of Higher Education John D’Agati, and Regent Roger Tilles met at Garden City Public School’s Administration Building for a round tab More...

Swim Across America at the Garden City Pool

The Garden City Pool was hopping on a beautiful afternoon in the afternoon of Tuesday, June 23rd, when this year’s Garden City Pool Swim Across America fundraiser took place. More...

GC responds to article about lawsuit

The Village of Garden City has issued the following response to an article in last week’s issue (“Federal lawsuit alleges excessive force by GCPD”). Please see our editorial this week for a reply. More...

CPOA to Host Meeting on Zika Sept. 13

On August 16 at the Board of Education meeting, Board President Angela Heineman announced the September meeting of the Central Property Owners’ Association (CPOA) as Tuesday, September 13, which happens to fall on the same date and time as the More...

Shred-a-thon at Sr. Center

The Donnelly Division of Signature Premier Properties will be holding a Shred-a-thon on Thursday, August 25th from 3pm – 5pm at the Garden City Senior Center, 6 Golf Club Lane, Garden City. More...

Village road project addresses more than five miles of roadway

Garden City’s Road Resurfacing Project is yet another example of how the Board of Trustees continues to invest in strategic capital projects that address an aging infrastructure. More...

Scout Recognition Day

Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony J. More...

Comptroller thanks GC intern

Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos selects students with exceptional talents in math, accounting, or economics from across Nassau County for internships at the Comptroller’s office. More...

“There Ought To Be A Law” contest winner

Catherine O’Brien, a student at St. Joseph’s School, was recently awarded first place in Senator Kemp Hannon’s 2016 “There Ought To Be A Law” Competition. More...

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

It’s that time of year

Here we go again and we are now feeling an old fashioned summer - the way it was when I was a child. Thank goodness for the Garden City Pool as it comes in handy to cool off and meet friends. More...

fyi FOR SENIORS

Need a Ride? More...

Garden City Retired Men’s Club

Monday, August 22: Noon Meeting Monday, August 29: 12:30 Sandwiches and SURPRISE! Do not miss this one! More...

Meeting of physically disabled at pool

On Saturday, August 27, at 12 noon, disabled residents and their care givers will meet at the GC Pool for a brief gathering to evaluate changes made this year and propose changes needed for GC Pool Summer 2017. More...

Garden City Pool News

Party Under the Stars More...