Herb Rosenberg can still vividly remember being a prisoner of war in Nazi-occupied Denmark during World War II.
Amid backlash from several residents, the Rockville Centre Zoning Board denied a variance a developer sought to build a storage facility at 117 N. Long Beach Road on May 17.
As Matthew Gaven prepares to become the second Rockville Centre schools superintendent in three years, he says he is eager to get to know the community better.
Two years after they were set to do so, the students of St. Agnes Cathedral School finally got to line Clinton Avenue and cheer on a parade of patients in their ALS Ride for Life. ALS fighters …
The Molloy College baseball team defeated the Queens College Knights, 6-5 and 12-10, last Saturday at Mitchel Athletic Complex to capture its second consecutive East Coast Conference title.
At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, many sick patients were unable to see their loved ones in-person. During that trying time, it put even more of an emphasis on the importance of palliative care, a type of specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses that focuses on providing relief and comfort from the symptoms and stress of those illnesses.
It was a day of celebration at Maple Pointe at Rockville Centre on May 13 as Theresa Laterza celebrated her 100th birthday.
After making history last year with its first ever country finals appearance, South Side girls’ lacrosse is primed for another deep playoff run.Competing among the best teams in Nassau County …
When polls closed last Tuesday, Rockville Centre residents approved the $129 million budget for the 2022-23 school year and elected challenger Donna Downing to the school board over John O’Shea.
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Rockville Centre Police Department.
It’s likely the eve of the destruction of Roe v. Wade — an act likely to be met with cheers or outrage, depending on which side of the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court abortion case people land on. And what comes next could very well be up to your state legislator.
My friend Mike is a gentle soul with a quick sense of humor. We met when we studied journalism at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Center and worked endlessly on the school newspaper, Seawanhaka.
Two Sundays ago my husband tested positive for Covid-19. He was at home on the East Coast and I was visiting grandkids on the West Coast. It was the very last night of my trip; he called to say he had a cold . . .
Let’s be clear. The calculated illegal leak of a draft decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is akin to leaking the launch codes for America’s nuclear arsenal.