Sally Ann Breslin

Sally, a Garden City resident known by many as a daily walker around town, ended her tenacious fight against cancer on March 22, peacefully, at her Garden City home attended by her sister Mary Mathers and brothers Billy and Ted. In her 54 years of life Sally devoted herself to children – doting on her nieces and nephews and throughout […]

Melene Hart Delany

Melene Ann Hart Delany of Charlottesville, Virginia and East Hampton, New York passed away March 28, 2007 at Our Lady of Peace after a long bout with Alzheimers disease. She was born on March 5, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York. She was predeceased in death by her parents, Dr. Francis Hart and Natalie Howard Hart; and her brother Francis Howard […]

Letters To The Editor

Email: editor@ gcnews.com Wonderful Staff To The Editor: I think we are so lucky to have the great library staff we have. Laura Flanagan and Carolyn Byrne are always helpful. They go out of their way to help you with any reference work you may need, and always with a pleasant demeanor. They have a wonderful book club, that they […]

The View From Here . . .

By Bob Morgan, Jr. This column is yet another travelogue involving my current excursion with young Robert to Morocco. Most of it is written aboard the evening train from Fez back to Marrakesh, an eight hour journey. While the trip itself has been quite enjoyable, I must start out with the biggest negative of the trip – the effects on […]

From The Mayor’s Office www.Gardencityny.net

By Peter A. Bee VILLAGE HALL CLOSES NOON ON FRIDAY, APRIL 6 Residents are reminded that Village Offices will close at 12 Noon on Friday, April 6, 2007, in observance of Good Friday and will reopen on Monday, April 9. Correspondence may be dropped in the letter slot at the front of Village Hall. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EASTER PARADE The […]

Easter Car Parade This Sunday

The 52nd Annual Easter Sunday Vintage Car Parade will step off this Sunday at 1 p.m. from Tenth Street on Franklin Avenue heading south, then west on Seventh Street where it will disperse at Hilton Avenue. Led by Parade Grand Marshal Jack Morrison, the Kiwanis Easter Bunnies and a long line of spectacular antique and classic cars, many exciting activities […]

New Mayor Reaches ‘Pinnacle’

By Stephanie Mariel Petrellese After more than 25 years of serving the Village of Garden City in various capacities, including 14 years as a village trustee on the Board of Trustees, newly-elected mayor Peter A. Bee took the official gavel at the annual organizational meeting on April 3rd and pledged to residents to live up to the responsibility. “Tonight has […]

Foundation Provides Funding

A dedication of equipment and furnishings for the Children’s Room funded by the Paul Eckna Foundation took place at the Garden City Public Library. Funding provided by the foundation defrayed the cost of a second bank of computers with educational programs plus associated tables and chairs, a large bookcase and high quality child-sized wooden chairs. The Paul Eckna Foundation honors […]

EPOA Seeks Officers & Directors

The Eastern Property Owners’ Association Inc. (EPOA) is seeking qualified candidates to server as Officers and Directors for the 2007-2008 term. Successful candidates will be elected at the June 4th EPOA public meeting and will begin their term at our September 2007 meeting. Serving on the EPOA board is an exciting way to become actively involved in the issues that […]

Fifty Colleges To Participate In College Night

Perplexed by the college application process? No need to stay that way. Get the clarity you need at Garden City High School’s Third Annual College Night on Wednesday, April 18th. Representatives from up to 50 collages and universities will be on hand to discuss the college application process. The event, for students and parents of students in grades 9 to […]