Make A Difference Award

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, left, and Town Clerk Mark Bonilla, right, present an official Town of Hempstead Make A Difference Medal to Allison Rose of Garden City on the occasion of the 2007 Make A Difference Award ceremony, which was held at the Nathan I., H. Bennett Pavilion at Town hall in Hempstead. Allison is a high school junior […]

Former Village Justice Donald J. White Dies

Donald J. White, a prominent Long Island lawyer, Village Justice of Garden City (1981-97), New York State Magistrate, and a past President of the Nassau County Bar Association (1990-91), died Tuesday, January 8, 2008 in Ormond Beach, Florida. He was 84 and resided in Pt. Lookout, NY and Daytona Beach Shores, FL. He was the son of second-generation Irish immigrants […]

Meetings Scheduled On St. Paul’s; Residents Input Sought

On Wednesday January 15th, and Thursday, January 16th, residents will have several opportunities to offer input on the future plans for the historic building at St. Paul’s. Representatives of AvalonBay Communities, Inc., which has been conditionally designated by the Village Trustees as the redeveloper of the main building, will be attending three Property Owner’s Association (POA) general membership meetings on […]

Police Arrest Local Bandits

Garden City Detectives along with Detectives from the Nassau County recently arrested five teens for a series of robberies that occurred in Garden City, Bellmore, Floral Park and New Hyde Park during December 28-31st. In the series of robberies, ten male victims were forcibly robbed of cell phones, cash and clothing. The two robberies which took place in Garden City […]

Renegades Lacrosse Club Teams Donates Defibrillator

Jill and Dr. Craig Levine, who founded the Robbie Levine Foundation in memory of their nine year old son who died tragically of sudden cardiac arrest after rounding the bases and reaching home plate during a little league practice in 2005, announced at a press conference January 1st their plans to make 2008 the “Year of the Defibrillator”. State Senator […]

AvalonBay To Speak At Estates POA Meeting

The Electors Meeting for the Estates Section will be held on Tuesday, January 15th at 8PM in the Stratford School Auditorium. All Estates Residents are invited and encouraged to attend. At this meeting, the Estates Nominating committee will present their nomination of Mr. John Mauk as Village Trustee Candidate for the Estates Section. While this meeting will be brief, the […]

CMF Family Bingo Night

The Garden City chapter of Children’s Medical Fund welcomes kids of all ages to our annual Family Bingo Night! This event will be held on Friday, January 25th from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m . at the Lutheran Church on Stewart Avenue. The cost is only $8.50 per child and includes snacks, drinks and games. This is great night out […]

CPOA January Meeting

The Central Property Owners’ Association will host the Annual Resident Electors’ meeting at 7:30 PM on January 15th, 2008 at the Garden City Library in the lower level large meeting room. All Central residents are invited to attend in order to vote for our candidate for Village Trustee, Donald T. Brudie and our candidate for School Board of Education Trustee, […]

Stained Glass Window Tour

There will be a Stained Glass Window Tour at the Cathedral of the Incarnation, 50 Cathedral Ave., Garden City on Sunday, January 13th at 12:30 pm following the 11:15 service The Clayton & Bell windows in the neo-Gothic cathedral completed in 1885, are remarkable in their design, beauty, and unity of plan. This hour long tour will emphasize their symbolic […]

Chamber Announces 2008 Pineapple Ball Honorees

The Garden City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its selection of honorees for 2008 to be feted at the 6th annual Pineapple Ball, Garden City’s quintessential event. The gala will be held on Friday evening, April 18 7 p.m. at the Garden City Hotel. Gerard P. Lundquist , a current Trustee and former Mayor of the Village of […]