Residents reach higher up the political ladder on antennas

Residents say efforts to monitor cell antenna installations from Crown Castle, the telecommunications company that bought the former NextG, have all but been dismissed by the village, which says its hands are tied by federal law. However that has not stopped a rallying cry by several residents against Crown Castle’s three current Garden City installations: 120 Wetherill Road, 220 Clinton […]


The 35th annual Catholic School Honor Band concert took place on Saturday, March 5th at St Anthony’s High School in South Huntington. Over 600 students from 46 schools across the island played to two packed houses of proud parents, family members and friends. Above, two 7th and 8th graders who were part of a group of 10 students from St […]

GCFD Volunteers prompted to turn out to vote

In spite of efforts by the president of the Eastern Property Owners Association and the Volunteer Fire Department to get out the vote during the Village trustees’ election on Tuesday, March 15th, turnout to the unopposed election was very light with only about 165 residents casting ballots. At recent Village Board meetings, members of Garden City’s paid firefighters union have […]

Run for Tomorrow’s Hope

Join the over 375 runners signed up to participate tomorrow in the St. Joseph School Run for Tomorrow’s Hope 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run, Saturday March 19! Come down to St. Joseph School, 450 Franklin Ave. in Garden City to sign up today, Friday March 18 between 5-7:30PM or race day Saturday at 6:45 AM until 8:30 AM. The […]

Stories of a British War Bride

The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead will present on April 6, at 1:30pm at the Garden City Casino, the Stories of a British War Bride. Ms. Sylvia Liebling was a legal assistant for 40 years. Sylvia will tell her tales about growing up in London in the 1930’s. Despite the bombings and blackouts Sylvia and her friends would […]

Mayor’s Committee on Building Code Changes to meet

The Mayor’s Committee on Building Code Changes will meet on Monday, March 21, at 7:30 PM in the Board Room at Village Hall, 351 Stewart Avenue, Garden City. The Committee was created by the mayor in response to concerns expressed by many residents throughout Garden City regarding the proliferation of residential extensions and new construction considered out of character with […]

Garden City Public Schools Question of the Week

In alignment with the Board of Education’s Legislative Affairs Committee’s goal of enhancing communication with the community, Garden City Public Schools has continued its “Question of the Week” feature. If you have a question you’d like answered about public or board policy, school district operations, or budget preparation and voting, please email: knightc@gcufsd.net. Q: I understand the 2016-2017 school district […]

Community Club features annual Book Review program

On Thursday, March 31 at 1:30 p.m. in the Casino, The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead will present its annual and ever popular “Book Review Program”. Emilie Sair will moderate, and our reviewers include: Mary Alice Burchell, Annette Gilmartin, Judith Mauro, Patricia Molen, Janice Salem and Marion Salomon. Each will share insights into some of the books they […]

Cathedral Eagle Scout Project

Zachary Kaminski, a member of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, has chosen to give back to his church as his Eagle Scout Project. Zachary is a member of Troop 351 in North Merrick. As he explained at the 9:30 Family Mass, his plan is to construct an outdoor meditative, walking labyrinth on the grounds of the Cathedral as a way of serving his church community and givingback for all […]

CMF Card Party + Boutique

Please join the CMF annual Spring Card Party on April 4th at the Garden City Casino. Boutique shopping will begin at 11:30 am and lunch and Bridge will follow at 12 noon. The cost is $20.00 per person and you make your check payable to CMF. Mail your reservation to Patrice Giordano, 312 Cambridge Ave, Garden City NY 11530 or […]