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Missing Warren teen , 13 , found in ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏

A 13-year-old girl from Warren who went missing Monday morning has been found, local media report. The Free Press previously reported that Alyssa Katherine Golding was last seen walking to school in the area of 12 Mile and Schoenherr. WDIV-TV (Channel 4), Fox2Detroit, and WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) report

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2018-03-20 11:43:58

Whole Foods moves forward on ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ location

Whole Foods Market is moving forward with its plans to set up shop in a former Pepsi bottling plant in Garden City. On Tuesday, the Hempstead Town Board is scheduled to vote on a site plan associated with a building permit application for the 50,000-square-foot store, and a pad for a 4,895-square-f

NEWSDAY - 2018-03-20 03:27:00

Highway work in ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ beginning Monday

Kansas Department of Transportation will begin removing medians on U.S. 50/400/50-Business on Monday to facilitate oversize loads that frequently enter and exit U.S. 50 on the east side of Garden City. Work will reduce U.S. 50 Business (Fulton Street) westbound to one lane during the project from t


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Promotes 3 long time officers

A big day for three Garden City Police officers as they keep moving up the ranks. Three longtime officers were promoted to lieutenant. Sergeants Brian Hood, Shawn Myers, and Lindsey Talley were all described as dedicated professionals.Lt Shawn Myers and his familyLt Lindsey Talley and her family The


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ School District appoints new superintendent

Dr. Sinha with Board Trustee William Holub, President Angela Heineman, Vice President Tom Pinou, and Board Trustee Robert Martin.At the March 13, Special Meeting, Garden City's Board of Education appointed the District's new Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Kusum Sinha. Dr. Sinha currently serves as t


The ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Crime Report

Officers responded to numerous storm-related calls on March 7, including icy road conditions, tree limbs down, malfunctioning railroad gates, alarms, disabled vehicles and a sewer back-up. As a result of a traffic stop investigation on Clinton Road on March 8, a 50-year-old man from Queens, was char


Visiting the ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏

I've been browsing online issues of the Pacific Rural Press. Look at their masthead - isn't that a delight? They don't make them like that anymore. Note the locomotive in the loop of the P and the horse's head in the R, with a beehive below. Is that Yosemite Falls in the center? I like the house (or


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Movement

After several years, multiple EPs, a handful of sessions and opening spots for Bonobo, Caribou and Alt-J, Garden City Movement have finally released their debut album, Apollonia. Released on Night Time Stories (sister label of Late Night Tales), Garden City Movement seem to have found the perfect h


World Food Festival set to return to Welwyn ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏

The date for your diary is Saturday, May 12. The food and music extravaganza is a celebration of cuisine from around the world. Running from 11am to 5pm, it will feature 30 stalls producing culinary delights for visitors to taste, from Indian to Chinese and Italian to Caribbean. As well as a myria

WELWYN & HATFIELD TIMES - 2018-03-20 00:00:00

Welwyn ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ dance show to take place next week

PUBLISHED: 15:04 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:04 19 March 2018 Some of the pupils from The Carol Allen School of Dance based in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Alan High Photography. Archant Tickets are on sale for performances by a dance school which regularly helps Welwyn Hatfield charities. The Carol

WELWYN & HATFIELD TIMES - 2018-03-19 22:04:00

‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ man arrested for distribution of methamphetamine

GARDEN CITY, Kan. (KSNW) - A Garden City man was arrested for alleged meth distribution. The arrest happened Sunday afternoon around 12:15 in the 200 block of Elm Street. A warrant was served by the Garden City/Finney County SWAT team, and 55-year-old William Lundy was arrested. Police said they f

KSN.COM - 2018-03-19 15:57:59

HS GIRLS BASKETBALL : ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ twins make all-state

Garden City twin sisters Payton Hastings and Madison Hastings, both seniors, have been named to the TABC Class 1A All-State Girls Basketball Team. Madison, a 5-foot-7 guard, averaged 12.7 points for the Lady Kats, while Payton, a 5-foot-7 forward, averaged 10.8 points. Garden City twin sisters Payto


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Public Schools Question of the Week

In alignment with the Board of Education's goal of transparency in its budget preparation and enhancing communication with the community, Garden City Public Schools begins its 2018-2019 Budget "Question of the Week" feature. Q: I understand Garden City Public Schools shares all budget information be


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Considers New Apartment Complex

The Village of Garden City is moving to the next phase in the process to turn a vacant lot on Stewart Avenue into an apartment building. The property, located at 555 Stewart Ave., has been a vacant lot for years. A company, 550 Stewart Acquisitions LLC, is requesting a zoning change on the parcel s


Easter Bunny hops into ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏

Peter Cottontail has hopped to Garden City Center for his annual visit in the weeks leading up to the Easter holiday. Shoppers will find the fluffy bunny located at the magical Bunny cabin next to the gazebo in front of J Crew and Pottery Barn. The bunny is available for daily for visits and picture


Welwyn ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ childhood sweethearts celebrate 60 years together

A Welwyn Garden City couple who fell in love as teenagers and still tell each other "I love you" every day are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary. Rose, 78, and Ted Richardson, 82, of Hardings, met when she was 13 and he was 16 while roller skating. Ted, who grew up in Burgundy Croft, wo

WELWYN & HATFIELD TIMES - 2018-03-18 21:00:00


We are continuing our efforts to communicate with members of our community, including our residents, commercial tenants and landlords, visitors, friends at Adelphi and local merchants in different ways in order to enhance outreach. This weekly column is intended to advise our residents and community


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ Third-Grade Boys Intramural Basketball

Cavs players (left to right) after their win: Tyler Orishimo, Nathan Cohen, Robert Maichin, Gavin Friedman, Vincent Lodato, Maximo Siragusa, Alex Kfuri, and Matteo Ingrassi, with coaches (back, left to right) Sal Ingrassia and Christian SiragusaThe underdog Cavaliers are the Third Grade Boys 2018 In


Deadly overnight camper fire under investigation in ‎Garden‏ ‎City‏

The Garden City Police Department is investigating a deadly overnight fire. Emergency crews were called to a mobile home park in the 100 block of Salt Creek Road around 1 a.m. Thursday morning. When emergency crews arrived, they noticed heavy smoke and flames coming from a camper that was located at


‎Garden‏ ‎City‏ 's Mark Fox out as Georgia basketball coach

When Mark Fox met with University of Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity on Saturday morning, the writing was pretty much on the wall for the ninth-year Bulldogs men's basketball coach. An 18-15 season record, marred by eight losses in a 10-game stretch, was likely a contributor to Georgia's dec