Eliminating teaching assistants, cutting the frequency of a foreign language program in Rockville Centre’s elementary schools and using existing resources instead of expanding the district’s guidance department raised concerns from the Board of Education at a budget work session on April 4 at South Side High School.
Hundreds paid tribute to Eugene J. Murray, who died last week at his home in Rockville Centre, during a funeral Mass on April 6 at St. Agnes Cathedral.
“You’re going to tell it from your heart,” Tracey Segarra told attendees at a storytelling workshop series at the Sandel Senior Center last month. “The best stories are told from the heart.”
The village’s Board of Trustees adopted Rockville Centre’s 2019-20 budget during its meeting on April 1. The $46 million spending plan stayed under the state’s tax cap for the seventh straight year while maintaining all village services, according to village officials.
Middle-school girls from around Nassau County came together last month to compete in an all-female wrestling meet — an event that comes as the sport pivots on Long Island to increase participation.
Village officials lauded Brian Cook, who addressed the Board of Trustees for the last time as chief of the Rockville Centre Fire Department during a meeting at Village Hall on April 1.
The Village of Rockville Centre will hold an election on Tuesday, June 18, as Mayor Francis X. Murray, Village Justice William Croutier Jr., Deputy Mayor Kathy Baxley and Trustee Michael Sepe will seek re-election to four-year terms.
Eugene J. Murray, a lifelong Rockville Centre resident who served as mayor of the village from 1987 to 2007, died on Tuesday at his home. He was 93.
The Herald Community Newspapers captured 20 awards in the New York Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest, including several top honors for editorial and advertising excellence. …
The Rockville Centre Education Foundation held its 29th fundraising gala on April 6 at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Garden City, during which it honored those who have enhanced Rockville Centre through technology.
Thirty-nine-year-old Stacy Miranda is an ice climber — that is, she scales cliff faces coated in ice. She does so as a member of Climb for Hope, a nonprofit organization that raises funds to …
A fundraiser organized by the Rockville Centre Lion Club will take participants on a hunt around the village on April 13 in search of answers to a series of clues for a cash prize.