Stephen J. Geraghty, 62, a retired FDNY battalion chief and a Rockville Centre native, died on Sept. 21, after a long battle with an illness related to the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. He was the fourth member of the New York City Fire Department to lose his life this last week to a 9/11-related illness.
Runs for Ronnie hosted its annual fundraiser to help raise money for cancer research at R.J. Daniel’s in Rockville Centre over the weekend.
Elmont resident Mark Small was arraigned on multiple charges on Sept. 20 in the alleged murder of his girlfriend Marivel Estevez in July.
The Rockville Centre Education Foundation recently presented the village school district with a check for more than $50,000, which will help fund additional programming throughout the school year.
Instead of simply setting up the stage for one big performance downtown, more than two dozen local bands brought their instruments out on the porches, lawns, and driveways of homes all over Rockville Centre for the third annual Playing on the Porch concert series.
To honor and remember those lost on and since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Rockville Centre held its 21st Year of Remembrance ceremony last Sunday evening on the Village Green.
In light of reports of antisemitic propaganda popping up across South Shore communities, the Village of Rockville Centre passed a resolution pledging to combat antisemitism and to educate residents on ways to identify and report such acts when they occur.
After responding to a call on Sept. 7 at 9:40 a.m., at 1470 Hewlett Ave., in Hewlett, for a man allegedly causing a disturbance, 4th Precinct police officers tried to restrain the man who did not adhere to police commands and resisted arrest, police said.
Rockville Centre residents were met with an unpleasant surprise this month, as many opened up their mailboxes to find their electric bills have increased this summer.
Each September, Rockville Centre residents gather at Village Hall for a special tree-lighting ceremony, where they “Light it Up Gold” to kick off pediatric cancer awareness month.
There are few sounds that can paint a more vivid picture than the ominous and simple theme created by composer John Williams for the 1975 film “Jaws.”
The right-wing majority on the Supreme Court has now issued decisions overturning abortion rights, weakening the wall of separation between church and state . . .
Are you traveling for real, or from your laptop? So many of us, passionate about getting up and going, have been making do with travel brochures and virtual tours these past two-plus years.
The summer is well under way and, happily, it won't be long before the U.S. Congress goes home.