Andrew Misiaszek played tee ball at the age of 5. He hated it, and never expected to play baseball again. Several years later, he went to a friend’s Rockville Centre Little League game and had a catch with his friend’s dad, who called Misiaszek’s mom and urged her to sign him up.
Michael Wustrow, the former co-director of music at St. Agnes Cathedral, pleaded guilty yesterday to child pornography charges. He faces up to a 20-year prison sentence.
Dorothy Ann McGarvey (née Mainelli), who lived in Rockville Centre for more than 50 years, died on May 7. She was 84.
State and local officials announced at a news conference last Friday the 15 locations in Nassau County that will be used as early-voting sites before the general election on Nov. 5. In January, the …
Locations around Rockville Centre can be seen on the big screen this summer as the feature film “Family Obligations” plays at festivals across Long Island. The movie, which tells a story of connection and growth, was filmed in the village last fall.
Rockville Centre resident Stanislao Pugliese, professor of history and the Queensboro UNICO Distinguished Professor of Italian and Italian-American Studies at Hofstra University, was awarded a 2020 Fulbright grant to teach at the University of Calabria in Italy next spring and research patterns of Italian immigration and emigration.
South Side High School alumnus Daniel Rocco’s music career as Des Rocs was highlighted in the May 30-June 5 issue of the Herald. He was on his second North American tour, and spoke about the joys of making rock ’n’ roll music.
About 20 Rockville Centre teenagers and adults expressed a shared sentiment last week: Suicide must be discussed. Their conversations began at a QPR Institute suicide-prevention program, presented by QPR instructor Barbara Tedesco, at the Rockville Centre Public Library on June 3.
The Rockville Centre Education Foundation donated $70,000 to the school district at its Board of Education meeting on June 5. The money will go toward more than a dozen grants focused on bolstering learning in science, technology, engineering, the arts and math — also known as STEAM — as well as supporting students’ mental health.
Students and community members came together on June 14 at the Sandel Senior Center for Fly Above the Influence, the eighth annual Substance Abuse Awareness Program hosted by the Rockville Centre Youth Council.
Press 195, a pressed sandwich shop on North Park Avenue, held its official renovation ribbon-cutting celebration on the afternoon of June 15, and continued the party that night.
Rockville Centre’s Declan Kilduff was leading by three shots heading to the 18th hole of the Red Course at Eisenhower Park during the Catholic High School Athletic Association boys golf championship on May 28.