SCHOOL’S OPEN, DRIVE CAREFULLY



Garden City Police Commissioner Kenneth Jackson and Detective Richard Pedone helped AAA Northeast launch its 72nd annual “School’s Open – Drive Carefully” program at the Garden City Gazebo at the Village Green. A local school student, Kara Grimes, also helped AAA kickoff the program, which alerts drivers to be extra careful behind the wheel as children end their summer vacation […]

Preservationists slam village concept of saving St. Paul’s façade



The decision by the Garden City Board of Trustees to place St. Paul’s as a front-and-center ‘primary task and project’ on the 2017- 2018 Village Priorities List created a buzz in preservation circles and through social media across the country. This summer Mayor Brian Daughney explained that the village hosted a few intrigued architecture firms that could bid on it, […]

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Back to school, short on sleep

This week Garden City’s public school children started another chapter in their educational journey. We wish them well as they grow and flourish and congratulate their parents for having survived another long summer. For us, the new school year was always a mix of excitement and feeling like the party was over and it was time to get back to […]

Overdose Awareness



To the Editor: This past August 31 my husband Art and I attended the FED UP! rally in Washington D.C., as we have done since it began in 2013. The rally is to help our nation become aware of the opioid epidemic in our wonderful country. August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day. As you may not know, purple is […]

Why no name?



To the Editor: Please advise why a name was not added to the letter regarding the horse in this week’s edition. Those were some strong words for not putting a name to that. I have inquired in the past and I was told a name must be attached to each letter. I expect an answer in next week’s addition or […]

What’s wrong with the meters?



To the Editor: I just read your article regarding the lack of service, sympathy and common decency on the part of the Garden City water department. I am seeking your help. Last December we received a bill for approximately $1200.00, 6 times our normal water bill! We called the department only to get one of the rudest women I’ve ever […]

Community Club’s Annual Friendship Luncheon



The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead will begin their 2017-2018 calendar of events by holding the Annual Friendship Luncheon on Wednesday, September 27, at 12 noon. The beautiful Westbury Manor, located at 1100 Jericho Turnpike, just 1/10 of a mile east of Glen Cove Road will host the event. Members are encouraged to invite their friends. The reservation […]

Sept 11th Service of Prayer and Remembrance



Garden City Community Church September 10, at 3pm The Garden City Community Church is pleased to invite community members to a Service of Prayer and Remembrance for all those affected by the events of September 11th, 2001. The service will take place in the Chapel of the Church at 3pm on Sunday, Sept 10th. The service is an opportunity to […]

Car keys found



A set of Jeep car keys was found outside 32 Yale Street earlier this week. If you think they are yours, please contact the Garden City Police Department.

St. Joseph Parish Webelos Pack 243 at the Garden City Pool



Water safety is paramount at the Garden City Pool! On Monday, August 7th, Webelos Pack 243 of St. Joseph Parish in Garden City met with swim instructor and Eagle Scout Joe McDonagh to work on the Webelos Water Safety Adventure achievement. Joe reviewed many aspects of swim safety including the pool, ocean, and boat safety. Members of Pack 243 also […]