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Lady Trojans keep the streak alive in week four

Garden City Lady Trojans were riding a five-game winning streak when they started week four of in-season play.  They faced in-league rival Plainedge on Wednesday, April 13th with a 14-7 victory and then played non-league Seaford a day later for a 16-10 win.  Adding these two wins, the team now holds a 7-1 overall record with a 5-0 in-conference record.  […]

Seniors Bridge Results

For the April 18th game the winners were: North/South First Place (tie): Athena Phillippides & Carmel Quill Pat Fontaine & Ellen Moynahan Second Place (tie): Joan Kiernan & Clair Burns Terry Schoenig & Tommie Dodge East/West First Place: Dolores Furey & Irene Christie Second Place: Mary Gallagher & Maria Buffa

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Friends of the GC Public Library Book Sale

This year the Friends of the Garden City Public Library will host its semi-annual Book Sale on Saturday, April 30th from 10 am to 4 pm and on Sunday May 1st from 1 – to 4 pm in the lower level of the Library. The sale, which benefits the Garden City Public Library, will feature a large selection of books […]

A Test for Donald Trump

In the next few weeks, primaries all around the country will test the role of former President Donald J. Trump as the putative leader of the Republican Party and frontrunner for the 2024 GOP Presidential nomination. There is a presumption in some quarters that we are likely to have a rematch in 2024 between Mr. Trump and President Joe Biden.   […]

James Coll

Community Club presents lecture by James Coll

The Americanism and Citizenship Committee of the Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead is very pleased to announce that James Coll will be joining it at the Casino to present the program, “The Supreme Court Said What?” on Wednesday, April 27th at 1:30 PM. James is a professor at Hofstra University and Nassau Community College.  He conducts lectures at […]

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

The Garden City Police Department will be participating in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30 between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. A collection center will be maintained by the Garden City Police Department Headquarters at 349 Stewart Avenue, Garden City. This event provides an opportunity for residents to safely discard unwanted, […]

Debbie Gibbons

This Week at Rotary

American Red Cross Administrator to Speak on Tuesday, April 26 Next Tuesday, April 26, 12:15pm, at Calogero’s Resturant, 919 Franklin Avenue, the Mineloa-Garden City Rotary Club will welcome Debbie Gibbons, Regional Recruitment Manager, American Red Cross.  Debbie will speak about her many roles and of the missions of this non-profit humanitarian organization. Always on the ground to help the needy, the […]

Board of Trustees scrutinizes water consultants’ fees

The Village Board of Trustees, at its meeting on Wednesday, April 20, discussed the costs of work being performed by specialized “water consultants” to create a comprehensive inventory of water service lines made of lead. Some homes that have lead service lines (from the curb to the home) have been found to have elevated levels of lead in their drinking […]

New Business Development Committee

At the board of trustees’ meeting on Wednesday April 20 Garden City Mayor Cosmo Veneziale announced the formation of a new municipal committee – the Garden City Business Development Committee. Trustee Lawrence Marciano Jr., elected to a two-year trustee term in March, is the chairperson of the Business Development Committee. The committee members include Michele B. Harrington, Jack Hartog, Steven […]

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