After an eight-month search, Molloy College has found a new president. At the end of this school year, Dr. James Lentini, senior vice president for academic affairs and Provost at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., will take on the position, becoming the college’s seventh president, effective July 1, 2020.
Holiday shopping season is in full swing, and while some motivated shoppers took advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, many still need to check items off gift lists. Rockville Centre has a variety of gift stores with a wide selection of merchandise — from toys to decorations, baked goods to unique gifts, residents can bypass mall traffic and still finish their shopping. And while e-commerce is convenient, there’s a bigger picture for consideration before clicking “buy now.”
Seventy years ago, Marvin Zuckerman started a business that has grown into a legacy.
The work of Carol Roseto, athletic director of the Rockville Centre School District, has been recognized at the state’s highest level.
The Village of Rockville Centre has proposed a water rate hike for residents, which was discussed at a public hearing on Dec. 2. Money collected from the proposed 15 percent water rate increase would fund water infrastructure and reliability projects in the village.
Under a proposed policy, Rockville Centre School District coaches would no longer be allowed to give private instruction to members of their teams for pay. The practice, school officials said, …
Hundreds gathered for the annual Tommy Brull Foundation Fundraiser on Nov. 9.
Sixth-grader Norah Byrne is fighting for a better quality of life.
Communities across the country are facing the challenges of an aging water infrastructure and the Village of Rockville Centre is no exception.
Longtime Rockville Centre resident William Croutier Sr. was honored at the 57th annual St. Agnes Parish Celebration, Hoop it Up, on Oct. 19, held at the Msgr. James P. Kelly Parish Center.