Village considering options for senior transportation

Based on discussions from the Board of Trustees down to subcommittees and now the Recreation Commission, the village will attempt to provide senior transportation to key facilities: the new senior center, the library, and the Garden City Pool, at som More...

School

“Senior of the Year”

Tyler Biscone of Garden City, a senior captain of the Mount Saint Mary Knights Men’s Soccer Team, was awarded the Mount’s male “Senior of the Year” award. More...

Garden City PTA News

Thank you for passing the School Budget! Another opportunity to inspire minds, empower achievement, and build community!  Remember: School is in Session on 5/26, F (Snow Day Make-Up Day)  Site-Based Committee   More...

The Wizard of Oz dazzles at Stratford

Stratford Avenue School’s auditorium was transformed in to the magical land of Oz this winter when the Fifth grade class staged an enchanting production of the classic tale, The Wizard of Oz.  More...

Letters

Reconsider fee increases

To the Editor   I am a lifelong resident of GC; my kids are fourth generation. I’m writing about the enormous (800%!!) increase in the fee for use of St. Paul’s fields and field house.  More...

Time to do something!

To the Editor: Ever wonder why nothing gets done about the outrageous soaring cost of prescription drugs? I do. So recently a family member was mugged by the drug / hedge fund / private equity interests in this country. More...

Oppose cell antennas

To the Editor: We applaud Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor, Joseph Saladino, for publicly stating his opposition of RF radiation emitting cellphone equipment (antennas/repeaters) in Oyster Bay residential neighborhoods More...

Rec. Comm discusses St. Paul’s rental fees

A 25-minute executive session to discuss advice of village counsel kick-started the Wednesday, May 3 meeting of Garden City’s Board of Commissioners of Recreation and Cultural Affairs (Rec. More...

New restaurant coming to Franklin Ave.

A new restaurant moving into 990 Franklin Avenue recently gained municipal approvals by both the village’s Architectural Design Review Board (ADRB) and the Planning Commission, the latter less than a week after the Village Board of Trustees set More...

School budget passes

The Garden City School District’s 2017-18 budget passed with 1,129 yes votes to 238 no votes on Tuesday, May 16th. More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Restaurant Row

We were glad to hear that another new restaurant will be coming to Garden City in August with the opening of Perennial on Franklin Avenue. More...

Buckle Up, New York: Click It or Ticket

Police Commissioner Kenneth Jackson announces the Garden City Police Department will be participating in the Statewide Buckle-Up New York, Click It or Ticket enforcement initiative from May 22nd through June 4th. More...

“Will Sing For Food” encore performance

“Will Sing For Food” is pleased to announce that they have been invited to perform an encore performance of their 2017 show May 20th at The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection located at 420 Stewart Avenue, Garden City. More...

Sports

GC wrestlers honored at Nassau County Awards Dinner

On Tuesday, April 4th, two Garden City High School wrestlers were honored at the Nassau County Wrestling Awards Dinner at Crest Hollow Country Club. More...

2017 GCHS Baseball team wins first two games of Conference A playoffs

The 2017 Garden City High School baseball team continued its winning streak before a large crowd of students, parents and alumni this past week by defeating Valley Stream North and Lynbrook to win the first two games of the Nassau County Conference A More...

Garden City Girls Varsity Lacrosse wins first playoff game

The Garden City High School Girls Varsity lacrosse team played their first playoff game of 2017 and came away with a big win! More...

View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

The new health care bill

I'm not sure it's worth commenting at length on the latest Washington flap, the firing of FBI director James Comey. More...