Anton Community Newspapers  •  132 East 2nd Street  •  Mineola, NY 11501  •  Phone: 516-747-8282  •  FAX: 516-742-5867
Intended comprare kamagra senza ricetta company.

Raindew Manager Makes Mark

Written by Stephen Levine, Friday, 28 November 2014 00:00

Small businessman finds big success

Anthony DePalma has been manager at Covert Avenue’s Raindew Family Center and Pharmacy for 13 years. Last month, at the 30th Annual Small Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast at the Crest Hollow Country Club, DePalma got his much deserved recognition when he was awarded the day’s top honor by the Covert Avenue Chamber of Commerce, whose members hail from Stewart Manor and Floral Park.  

“My initial reaction was ‘wow that’s very nice,’ I didn’t realize that it was going to be such a beautiful extravaganza,” said DePalma on winning the award. “They did it very, very well. They had a breakfast at the Crest Hollow Country Club and everything was done beautifully. It was just done very, very nicely. Very proud.”


Bond’s Benefits Pay Off

Written by Rick Karas, Thursday, 27 November 2014 00:00

School board shows off improvements at Stratford

This month’s Garden City Board of Education meeting saw a boost in attendance, and not just from district residents. This was the first board meeting to be held at Stratford School, so teachers and students there stopped by to show off the best it has to offer.

Leading the pack was school principal Eileen Vota, who gave the board a tour of the school before the meeting got underway. Along the way, highlights of the capital improvement project were pointed out, all a result of the 2009 School Investment Bond and Energy Performance Contract.


Senior Advisory Committee

Saturday, 22 November 2014 00:00

The Senior Advisory Committee is the Senior group that helps plan trips, parties, and programs for all seniors in cooperation with the recreation and parks department. It consists of: Kathy Auro, Richard Bankowsky, Evelyn Iagrossi, Joe Leto, Ellen Moynahan, and Gloria Weinrich. Please feel free to suggest trips to anyone on the committee.


When Knowledge Is Power

Written by Vilma Sceusa, Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00

Preparedness is the best remedy for Ebola

Winthrop University Hospital hosted a presentation on the current Ebola epidemic, at the Garden City Library, on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Sponsored by the village’s Property Owners’ Associations, John F. Collins, president and CEO of Winthrop University Hospital and Dr. Michael Ammazzalorso, Winthrop’s Chief Medical Officer provided an overview of the disease along with an update on Winthrop’s preparedness plan.

Dr. Ammazzalorso began his presentation heeding that despite the waning in the press, the disease is still with us. He provided both historical and current day perspectives regarding the epidemic, advising that Ebola is not a new disease. The medical community has been aware of the disease for at least 40 years. Originating in the Congo, Ebola is a zoonosis a disease which has its reservoir in animals and was known for small sporadic outbreaks associated with people who handled bats and rodents or those who consumed bush meat. The current outbreak originated in West Africa, specifically Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. He noted in Africa that more than 45,000 people have died from the disease.


LIRR Parking Paradise

Written by Dave Gil de Rubio, Thursday, 20 November 2014 00:00

Multiple options help village avoid problems

While parking around LIRR train stations is typically a challenge, even on a regular work day, it’s not necessarily the case for Garden City residents, who have five departure points to choose from. The stations—Nassau Boulevard, Garden City, Stewart Manor, Country Life Press and the south side of Merillon Avenue—provide a grand total of 866 spots. (See page 13 sidebar for lot-by-lot breakdown). It’s a luxury many municipalities don’t have, particularly during the holidays. Annual permits run $150 for residents and $300 for non-residents and while people who call Garden City can use any of these five stations, non-residents are restricted to using the 70 spots allocated for their use over at the Stewart Manor station.

LIRR spokesman Salvatore Arena said that ridership between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day increases by at least 10 percent; last year it was by 12 percent. Though the MTA is adding more trains to the schedule, that doesn’t ease the parking situation, which is operated not by the LIRR, but by individual municipalities in each town.


Garden City LIRR Station Breakdown

Thursday, 20 November 2014 00:00

Country Life Press

106 spaces

88 permit-only

3 handicapped

15 2-hour only


New Garden City Merchant Banners Displayed

Written by Garden City Life Staff, Sunday, 16 November 2014 00:00

Chamber drives initiative to shop locally

The Garden City Chamber of Commerce announced the installation of Shop Garden City banners bearing the Garden City Pineapple on several light poles on Seventh Street, lower Franklin Avenue and New Hyde Park Road. The Chamber initiated this project at the suggestion of Dennis Donnelly, village trustee liaison officer to the business community. The aim is to encourage potential customers to keep their dollars in Garden City’s community shopping area known as the T-Zone (Seventh Street and Franklin Avenue between the LIRR tracks and Stewart Avenue). A banner has also been placed in front of the Garden City Hotel to draw visitors to the downtown shops.


Taste Of Garden City Is Here

Written by Garden City Life Staff, Saturday, 15 November 2014 00:00

On Wednesday evening, Nov. 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Garden City Lord & Taylor will once again host the Garden City Chamber’s annual Taste of Garden City after-hours networking event. For the eighth consecutive year, this will serve as an early kick-off to the 2014 holiday season. Showcased will be a wealth of member restaurants and eateries graciously providing samplings of their finest culinary specialties.

No need for dinner following this much-looked-forward-to event in Lord & Taylor’s festively decorated, party-like atmosphere. Held in the renowned Sarabeth Restaurant at the north-east corner of the second level, there will be ample time for holiday shopping throughout the store, both during and following the event.


Two More Years

Written by Daniel Offner, Friday, 14 November 2014 00:00

Hannon re-elected in a landslide

Representing the Garden City, Farmingdale, Bethpage, Old Bethpage, Levittown, Island Trees, East Meadow, Massapequa, Hicksville and Plainedge communities in Albany for the past 25 years, Republican state Sen. Kemp Hannon recently defeated his Democratic challenger Ethan Irwin, a Levittown attorney, for another term in office.

“Exercising one’s right to vote is one of our most important fundamental freedoms, and I look forward to returning to Albany to continue doing the people's work,” Hannon said.


Reigning In The Youth

Written by Matthew Ern, Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

Loitering teens source of ire at recent meeting

The saying, “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop,” came to mind when the issue of students from Sewanhaka High School hanging out at a nearby apartment building was brought up by residents at the Nov. 3 Stewart Manor Board of Trustees meeting. This problem with some of Stewart Manor’s younger neighbors alleging using drugs dominated the evening’s discussion. High school students from the area have drawn the ire of village residents for loitering near Argyle Road before school and committing illicit acts. During the meeting’s public comments, resident Grace Palestino mentioned an ongoing problem relating to illegal drug use behind the nearby Garden Apartments complex. Sewanhaka High School students are suspected of being the main culprits.


Page 1 of 76

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>