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Molloy University not only has a new name, but it also has a new gift — a $2 million one the school describes as its largest single gift in its 67-year history. more
The St. Agnes Cathedral School’s Fathers’ Club returned in-person for its annual golf outing at the Rockville Links as the group’s largest financial fundraiser for the school. more
Carol Lombardi spent the past 27 years of her life nurturing and teaching hundreds of Rockville Centre’s youth during their first experiences away from their parents. On the same day that she celebrated with her final graduating class, over 100 of her closest friends and family honored her with a retirement dinner at the Rockville Links. more
Since 2008, the Centre Stage program at South Side High School has given special education students the opportunity to perform productions centered around their favorite fictional characters. more
As acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ community has grown, South Side High School and community groups have worked to continue to make students feel more welcome. On June 2, the RVC Pride Committee and the high school’s Gay/Straight Alliance received a Pride proclamation from Rockville Centre village officials. more
Joseph DiSalvo was taking a sample philosophy class at New York University in 1990 when he first met Professor Bob Gurland and felt immediately welcomed by his outer-borough Bronx accent. DiSalvo, a Rockville Centre native, recalled that he looked over and told his parents, “I am going to this school.” Thirty years later, DiSalvo is still close friends with his mentor and made a documentary “Bronx Socrates” in honor of his retirement after 65 years of teaching. more
After two long years defined by the absence of in-person interactions, students at Rockville Centre’s Molloy College finally got to walk onto a graduation stage at the Nassau Coliseum on May 24. more
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. more
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. more
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. more
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