The Rockville Centre Soccer Club and village officials celebrated the completion of a goal close to a decade in the making last Saturday afternoon as they rededicated the recently renovated Tighe Field in honor of Stephen Tighe, a longtime club coach who died in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
On Saturday afternoon, the far-right political group The Proud Boys made a surprise march through the streets of Rockville Centre.
Several parents in the Rockville Centre School District have voiced their displeasure with school officials after they announced plans to separate vaccinated and unvaccinated audience members at next month’s winter concerts.
The Tommy Brull Foundation has continued its mission to help those with physical, mental and emotional disabilities through the pandemic. At its 14th annual fundraiser at the St. Agnes Parish Center on Nov. 13, the foundation made donations to 13 groups and individuals, including the Backyard Players & Friends and South Side High School student Will Ryan, who was the foundation’s 2021 Courage and Resilience Award winner.
South Side High School alumnus Randell Hansen took another step toward his goal of running a marathon in all 50 states when he took part in the New York City Marathon for the first time on Nov. 7.
Mercy Hospital broke ground on a new Ambulatory and Family Care Center, aimed at primary and specialty care on Nov. 22.
The Sisterhood at B’Nai Shalom-Beth David kicked off its year of programming with a Comedy Night on Nov. 8. More than 60 people, including members, their friends and family members, …
On Saturday, the Rockville Centre Soccer Club hosted its 50th anniversary gala at the St. Agnes Parish Center. Past and present members of the club helped raise money for the continued renovations at Tighe Field and future youth programs.
Last month, members of the Rockville Centre police and fire departments helped deliver a baby when a pregnant woman went into labor early on Halloween.
Rockville Centre has long been one of Lisa Lowe’s favorite villages, and its residents have embraced her, too, as evidenced by her being named RVC’s Businesswoman of the Year by the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce on Oct. 29.
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