Garden City Boys High School Lacrosse keeps rolling…

The Trojans had another productive week starting with an away win at Mepham and home victory versus Duxbury, MA. At Mepham, Eric Muller delivered another fine performance in a 16-1 victory. The defense was impenetrable and the offense was firing on all cylinders. First period goals by Liam Muldoon, Trevor Yeboah-Kodie, Kyle Steinbach, and Will Puccio staked the Trojans to […]

Village continues consideration of apartment complex

As May arrives, the Village of Garden City will have additional hearings on the proposed 150 apartment development for 555 Stewart Avenue, adjacent to Roosevelt Field. Plans are in place for the hearings and reviews of related legislation to conclude by the Board of Trustees’ May 24th meeting. Garden City resident Kevin Walsh, the attorney for the applicant (550 Stewart […]

Firefighters to receive Community Service Award

With great pride, the Mineola- Garden City Rotary Club announces that it will present its coveted Community Service Award to the proud volunteer firefighters of the Garden City Fire Department. This presentation will take place Wednesday evening on June 13th, 6PM, at the Garden City Country Club, where Rotarians and guests will enjoy cocktails and an elegant dinner while saluting […]


Reduce waste to reduce litter

This week in our letters to the editor column we feature a letter about litter around the Village. In particular, Parking Field 9E has become quite trashed over the winter. The back fence and the old railroad right of way have collected a large amount of junk, and we hope the Village can send out some workers to clean it […]

Village needs to control litter

To the Editor: I was driving north on Hilton Avenue over the railroad tracks when I noticed two rats scurrying across the street into the Seventh Street parking lot. As I turned into the parking lot, I was amazed by the amount of garbage with a particularly large concentration stretching along the back of the lot by the tracks. After […]

New concourse serves few

To the Editor: Recent leaking from pipes above the $300 million Long Island Rail Road West End Corridor which resulted in puddles all over the floor and brown stains on the ceiling is just the latest bad news. Still missing from the June 2017 opening of this facility eleven months later is a seating area and rest rooms. (Was the […]

With deep gratitude

To the Editor: Winthrop NYU truly and fully deserve both congratulations and grat- itude for the outstanding care, attention, and professionalism demonstrated during my recent stay at the hospital. Since my arrival by ambulance to the ER, the attention, interest, demonstrated by each and every one, was truly outstanding. With care centers such as Winthrop NYU, our sense of community […]

Garden City GOP Club meeting

All are invited to the Garden City Republican Club meeting at 8PM on Tuesday, May 1st at the Garden City Senior Center. Mr. Ameer N. Benno, the Republican candidate for Congress will inform the club of his views. Mr. Benno graduated from Cornell Law School in 2002 and is an experienced attorney. So come Tuesday for an informative evening with […]

Hubble astrophysicist to discuss Science and Faith at Cathedral

Can a scientific understanding of the universe be reconciled with one’s faith? Dr. Anton Koekemoer, research astrophysicist at the Hubble Space Telescope, believes that science can enrich our spiritual lives rather than contradict it. Dr. Koekemoer will speak at the Cathedral of the Incarnation on Thursday, May 3rd at 7PM. A catered reception will precede the lecture at 6pm. The […]

Garden City Bird Sanctuary to host Spring Benefit Yard Sale

The Garden City Bird Sanctuary 2018 Spring Benefit Yardsale will take place on Saturday, April 28th from 9AM to 3PM at the bird sanctuary, opposite 181 Tanners Pond Road. The raindate is the next Saturday, May 5th. Spaces for vendors are 10 X 17 feet and can accommodate one car. For further information, visit the Garden City Bird Sanctuary website […]