PLAYOFFS BOUND

The Garden City High School girls lacrosse team is playoff bound after finishing the season with an 8-1 record. The first playoff game will be at home on Wednesday, May 15th

Garden City Day to kick off summer celebrations


At its April 25th meeting, the Garden City Board of Trustees’ designated the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, May 25, as a special ‘Garden City Day’ to commemorate the founding of Garden City’s Sesquicentennial (1869 to 2019) as well as the Centennial of the Incorporated Village of Garden City (1919 to 2019). Mayor Theresa Trouvé announced that 2019 represents an […]

Increase in bus traffic on Clinton Road


An increase in the number and frequency of public Nassau County buses on Clinton Road in the eastern section of Garden City is real and is not going to change, according to the CEO of NICE Bus system, the bus transit agency that serves Nassau County In mid-April a Garden City News reader and resident of Clinton Road inquired with […]

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

Garden City Day

We are looking forward to Garden City Day on Saturday, May 25th on the St. Paul’s fields, which sounds like will be a fun time for the whole family. The event will include performances, food and fireworks and will begin at 4 p.m. Food trucks will provide a variety of cuisines that should suit all palates. Another option is to […]

555 Stewart “public”hearing

To the Editor: How can this possibly be construed as a PUBLIC meeting when it is being held at 2:00 PM in the afternoon on Monday May 13? I think it would be better attended if it were held in the evening to allow more working residents to attend. For the life of me, I cannot understand why the taxpayers […]

Obvious solution to parking issue

To the Editor: The recent controversy about the use of parking lot 7N in Garden City seems to me to have an obvious, relatively simple, and fair resolution which I have not seen proposed in the recent articles and letters to the Garden City News. If I am mistaken and what I am about to propose has been considered and […]

A tribute to mothers

To the Editor: We would like to bring to the attention of your Garden City News readers that in today’s issue we have placed a beautiful, full-page Mother’s Day Tribute. This tribute is intended to express the sincere admiration we have for all mothers in their most sacred role of cooperating with God’s Divine Plan to nurture and protect children, […]

Go Green with Kelly & Colleen

Simple Tips for Family and Environmental Health

In the second monthly edition of “Going Green,” we discuss single-use plastics, and how to take practical steps to eliminate them from your everyday life gradually. Many American households depend on plastics because they are versatile and convenient, but they are also nonbiodegradable, which makes them a constant source of unsightly litter and irreversible harm to the environment. The tradeoff […]

Mark Your Calendar: Village Centennial Celebrations May 25

As the official kick-off to the 150th anniversary of Alexander T. Stewart’s land purchase and the 100th anniversary of the Community Agreement, the Village is hosting Garden City Day on Saturday, May 25, at the St. Paul’s fields. This fun family event is open to all Village residents. The St. Paul’s fields will be filled with live music, dancing, children’s […]

Water tower demolition

Demolition of Garden City’s water tower on Old Country Road continued this week as the Village of Garden City prepares to upgrade its water system with a new state-of-the-art tower.