May 24, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Sports

CENTENNIALS SOCCER

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Lacrosse seniors have come a long way

The Class of 2013 Garden City Varsity Lacrosse Seniors have come a long way! The memories are many and there still are a few more being made. It all started for some of these boys playing as 5 year olds at clinics at St Paul’s. More...

Garden City varsity baseball shuts out undefeated Wantagh

In the opening round of the playoffs the Garden City Varsity Baseball team shocked an undefeated Wantagh squad by shutting them out 4-0, and giving them their first loss of the season. Wantagh had been 19-0 before the loss. More...

Mayor Office

FROM THE MAYOR’ S OF F ICE

Call to action: Binding arbitration

For nearly four decades Mayors and members of the Village Boards of Trustees have reported frustration over the fact that within New York State the Police and Fire Unions are covered under a binding arbitration statute. More...

Union concerned about possible layoffs

A large group of Village workers filled the Village Hall boardroom at the last two Garden City Board of Trustees meetings as Village labor and Civil Service Employees Association representatives continue to work on proposals in an effort to avoid six More...

School budget passes with 2:1 margin

On Tuesday, the 2013-14 budget for the Garden City School District was approved by Village residents with a vote of 1,436 to 760. The approved budget totals $107,602,366, which is 3.25 percent higher than last year. More...

Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

The meaning of the day

On Monday many of us will enjoy a day off from work and school. For many, this is the traditional beginning of the relaxing summer season, with days of swimming, vacationing and barbecuing on the horizon. More...

Village Board of Trustees addresses CSEA statements

The Village Board of Trustees is currently negotiating with CSEA Local 882, the union representing the Village's non-uniformed workforce, including our recreation, sanitation and public works staff and the Library employees. More...

Superintendent comments on Stratford bomb threats

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Feirsen commented on the May 21st bomb threat at Stratford Avenue School, which was the second threat at the building in a week. Another bomb threat occurred on May 14. More...

Letters

Defend the library

To the editor: It seems unbelievable that the drastic cuts which have been made in recent years to the Garden City Public Library budget have not been met with public outcry. More...

Sunday closings wrong

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View From Here

THE VIEW FROM HERE

The White House Scandals: A long term effect?

Despite the wave of scandals and negative developments besetting the Obama Administration, there is no particular evidence of a sharp drop in Mr. Obama’s current popularity. More...