Garden City High School’s boys lacrosse team began its 2019 season with two wins, over Smithtown West and Massapequa. The team’s league home opener takes place on April 3rd at 4:30 pm. against Southside HS.
Public security: Are guards needed at GC Library?
At the third work session on the Village of Garden City budget for 2019-2020, held Thursday March 21, scrutiny over security planning for the Garden City Public Library turned into a debate over armed vs. unarmed guards and the hours in which the public will be protected by additional, outside security company’s staff. Conversations on security at GCPL between the […]
Town supervisor offers ideas on St. Paul’s
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen was in attendance at the Wednesday, March 13 joint POA meeting on St. Paul’s held at Cluett Hall and discussed recreation programs in nearby communities. Town Supervisor Gillen is a native of Baldwin and has lived in Rockville Centre with her husband and children since 2003. During the March meeting on St. Paul’s Gillen […]
A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHERSome Spring thoughts
With the arrival of spring, and the growing season just around the corner, Garden City is starting to shake off its winter dullness. Everywhere the crocuses are up, the robins are back and the potholes are being filled. Recently we saw on social media a new trend that we’d love to see happen here as well: people go out with […]
A Thank You and A Reminder
To the Editor: Thank you to the many parishioners and village residents who have recently enrolled or are considering enrolling in our parish’s Spiritual Adoption Prayer Novena – the wonderful prayer effort whereby participants pray daily from now until Christmas for children who are in danger of abortion. With a baby being aborted every 20 seconds, the urgency to pray […]
In the story “GCHS students compete at Brain Bee” (March 22, 2019), the location of the Brain Bee was listed as being at Villanova University. In fact, it took place at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstrap/Northwell.
Sunday afternoon concert at Cathedral of the Incarnation
Music from the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods of England will be featured in the concert “What is Love?” at the Cathedral of the Incarnation this Sunday at 4 pm. Soprano Katrina Montagna and tenor Matthew Koraus will be joined by Christopher Morrongiello on lute. The concert is the first of four concerts for the Long Island Early Music Festival, which […]
GC interior designer updates home of disabled man
When Garden City resident Liz Kohart received a call from the producers of the TV show “George to the Rescue” to help renovate a house for a man living with Parkinson’s disease, she didn’t hesitate to answer. It would be her second time working with the show, which airs on NBC TV. “This is the second time I’ve worked with […]
Human books tell their stories at Adelphi event
Women’s History Month was the theme at the second annual Human Library Adelphi event this past Tuesday. Human ‘books’ of different genders, sexuality, races and classes shared their particular stories, beliefs and experiences to the people in attendance. Tatiana Bryant, engagement & inclusion librarian at Adelphi and coordinator of the event, said that the ‘readers,’ or audience members, checked out […]
Garden City Republican Club
All are invited to the Garden City Republican Club’s next meeting on Tuesday, April 2 at 8 pm in the Garden City Senior Center on Golf Club Lane. The speaker will be Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, who will discuss the widespread opioid addiction crisis. Attendees will learn how to administer the lifesaving drug Narcan. Please join your neighbors for this very […]