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The Village of Rockville Centre has appointed Anthony Iannone as superintendent of water. Iannone, a lifelong Lynbrook resident, previously served as superintendent for RVC from 2003 to 2011. more
Voters hit the polls on Tuesday in Rockville Centre and approved the district's $129 million budget for 2022-23 and also elected Donna Downing over incumbent President John O'Shea. more
Polls will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at South Side High School as Rockville Centre School District residents will have the opportunity to vote on the $129 million budget proposal for 2022-23. more
After spending years advocating for others as an attorney focused on voting rights, Michael Pernick is seeking to succeed Todd Kaminsky in the State Senate this November. more
Rockville Centre school officials announced on Tuesday that they plan to appoint Matthew Gaven as the district's next superintendent at the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday. more
One incumbent and two newcomers will vie for two open library board of trustee seats during the Rockville Centre School District vote on May 17. Ahead of the election, we asked the candidates questions about their goals for the facility. more
Former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano was sentenced Thursday to 12 years in prison after his 2019 conviction on charges he and his wife accepted bribes from an Oyster Bay contractor. more
Four years after Vision Long Island completed a “walkability audit” in Rockville Centre that sought to improve pedestrian and motorist safety, there is an effort to persuade Gov. Kathy Hochul to fund such projects. more
A Rockville Centre woman is facing backlash from several religious leaders, residents and elected officials after she told the village board at its meeting on April 4 that it should prohibit new houses of worship in residential zones, in what was interpreted by many as an antisemitic request. more
The Village of Rockville Centre board of trustees and Mayor Francis Murray adopted the $48.4 million budget for the 2023 fiscal year during a board meeting on April 4 at Village Hall. more
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