2022-02-25

The Kordes Korner

This is a post card of Garden City’s first High School shortly after it was completed in 1925. In 1955, it became the Garden City Junior High School when the new high school opened. Today, this building is the Garden City Middle School. Note the name of the school in the upper left of the post card “Cherry Valley School.” […]

Time is running out

The initial report of the Mayor’s Committee on St. Paul’s that is available on the Village’s website (www.gardencityny.net) is sobering, especially when viewing the more than 100 photos taken by the committee. The interior of the building is severely decayed in many areas, with sagging ceilings and walls. There was a partial floor collapse in one room, and puddles of […]

A big thanks

To the Editor: If you are not a fan of unnerving noise, unhealthy pollutive stench, and physiological air borne harm done to humans, animals, and plants, then Molly P. is your hero. As well as all those who succeeded in getting these pernicious and quite unnecessary machines banned. As far as the cut grass and grounded leaves are concerned…”let them […]

Library offers array of streaming, download services

Did you know the Garden City Public Library offers a full array of streaming and download services? Residents can conveniently enjoy bestselling authors via ebooks and audiobooks, take advantage of online courses in disciplines such as language and arts and crafts classes, become tech savvy with courses like coding and HTML, as well as download your favorite television shows and […]

Competition is good

To the Editor: After reading some of the recent letters to the editor I felt the need to rebut some accusations directed at the FABGC candidates and their supporters.  One letter in particular discussed unity by ironically attacking our fellow residents motives for running . This letter criticizes the FABGC candidates for doing exactly what he promotes, volunteering their time […]

two students in front of projected image

German students collaborate on businesses

Cares about Village

To the Editor: Endorsing Bruce Torino’s candidacy for Village Trustee is an easy decision for me and I hope that I can convince others to agree. Bruce has many qualities desired in a candidate, qualities that other residents of Garden City will soon realize will provide growth and benefit to our Village. He has been a resident since 1980, his […]

orchestra performing

Park Avenue Symphony to perform at Adelphi

The Manhattan-based Park Avenue Chamber Symphony will make first appearance at the Adelphi Performing Arts Center on March 6th at 3pm with a program entitled “Ravishing Romantics”. “We are thrilled to bring Park Avenue Chamber Symphony to Long Island and the beautiful Adelphi Performing Arts Center,” says PACS Music Director David Bernard. “During our performances of The Nutcracker at the […]

The Rev. Lynn Sullivan, Senior Pastor of GCCC

Garden City Community Church is praying for us all


Hope is the sense that grace can happen. (60 Minutes) Where there’s tears, there’s hope. (Doctor Who) Everything is possible even the impossible! (Mary Poppins Returns) Don’t you love getting glimpses of wisdom from the most unlikely places?  Oftentimes, we have the most eclectic sources: from TV Shows.  Some people believe that  television shows are NOT good, just a waste […]

two boys with basketballs

Hoops for Hope coming on March 9th

We Are Back! Hoops for Hope in the Garden City High School gym is BACK! The Garden City High School and Middle School Challenger Basketball team will face Lynbrook on Wednesday, March 9th. Doors open at 3 and tip off is at 3:30. The game is being played in memory of Bobby Menges, a GCHS alum who lost his battle […]