Board Passes St. Paul’s Resolution



The Garden City Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution at its October 21st meeting that helps move board members closer to making a decision on the future of the historic St. Paul’s main building. The board also agreed to hold a work session on the issue on November 4th in the Village Hall boardroom. The regular board meeting will […]

Town Honors Falk Family At Annual Small Businessperson Of The Year Breakfast



On Friday, October 22nd, Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray and members of the Town Board attended the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce twentieth annual Small Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast. While the vast majority of the NCCC businesses employ 50 people or less, collectively hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders owe their livelihoods to small, island-based businesses. […]

Leaf Collection Season Begins



The Department of Public Works will begin its street by street leaf collection program on Monday, November 1, 2004. The Department of Public Works will be starting in the western section of the Village and proceeding east with the first pass expected to be completed in two weeks. Since the leaves have been late falling this season, it is expected […]

Parents’ Guide In The Mail



The Garden City Community Council on Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention has announced that it has mailed an informational booklet to Garden City households with children. The booklet can be used to teach facts, foster communication between parents, students and the community about alcohol and other drugs. The Council is composed of representatives from throughout the community, including parents, schools, […]

Homecoming 2004 A Success



The Street Fair and Homecoming held on October 10th, was a fun-filled day. Following a terrific parade and barbecue, district administrators, faculty, students, alumni, residents and friends cheered the Trojans on to an awesome 31-0 victory over Lawrence.

6th Grade Girls Field Hockey Win 6-0



The Garden City girls 6th grade field hockey team played their first game against Friends Academy coming away with a decisive 6-0 win. Coached by Garden City Varsity Field Hockey team members Caitlin Mullins and Elise Terraciano our girls displayed a terrific understanding of the game dominating all four quarters. Congratulations to the girls on a terrific season opener!

Girls Lacrosse 2005 Season



You may have seen it while driving by the Middle School field or St. Paul’s and wondered if the game had any rules. To the novice spectator, lacrosse can resemble organize confusion. However, there is some rhyme and reason to it, which is obvious in the great success of our High School Girls Programs. The Rams Girls Lacrosse Program is […]

Blue Devils Take 1

st Place In Windsor

The U-13 Blue Devils traveled to Windsor, Connecticut to participate in the 19 th Annual Paul R. Cody Memorial Columbus Day Tournament. The Blue Devils won all their 5 games over a period of three days scoring 20 goals while conceding just 1 goal on a direct free kick. The Devils steam-rolled over the Suffield Wildcats (4-0), the Redgefield Wild […]

The FIRE Stay On A Hot Streak



The Garden City Fire U-11 Boys Fall baseball team continued it hot play this past weekend. However, the overall hot streak began several weeks back with solid and determined play when the FIRE tied the Lightening in a tough fought battle that saw the Fire battle back time and time again behind the pitching of Michael Borges and the clutch […]

Strikers Awarded Sportsmanship Award



The 2004 Striker Team after receiving their award patch at the awards dinner. On October 26th, 2004 the Strikers attended the Twenty Fourth Annual Sportsmanship Awards Dinner at the Huntington Town House in Huntington, Long Island, sponsored by the Long Island Junior Soccer League and Modell’s Sporting Goods to receive the Sportsmanship Award. Also attending and receiving an award were […]