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Rockville Centre Education Foundation hosts trivia night

The Rockville Centre Education Foundation turned business into pleasure with a charity trivia event called Big Night In last Saturday night. More than 130 players formed 22 teams to compete for trivia glory and, more important, to donate money that will go to students, teachers and staff in the school district.

Rockville Centre residents react to Chauvin guilty verdict

After former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts against him on April 20, civil rights leaders, officials and activists breathed a sigh of relief momentarily before reminding Americans of the racial challenges the nation will continue to face going forward.

Rockville Centre adopts 2022 spending plan

Rockville Centre village trustees adopted the fiscal year 2022 budget of about $46.8 million on April 15. Trustees also discussed the budget at a virtual meeting and public hearing on April 5. …

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Parents rally amid impending Catholic school closures

The impending closures of three Catholic schools have sparked an outcry from a number of parents and parishioners. Due to declining enrollment and revenue, the Diocese of Rockville Centre will close …


South Side High School students named to honor, high honor rolls

South Side High School Grade 9 High Honor roll Paul A. Adal Yann David Yao Adjoumani Katherine G. Ahern Nicolas J. Albarano Jack P. Alcock James T. Beatty Andrew G. …


We need more women elected leaders

It’s been over 27 years since Colin Ferguson stepped onto a Long Island Rail Road train in Mineola and started indiscriminately firing a 9mm pistol at passengers. The attack propelled Carolyn McCarthy to run for Congress.