“There’s a certain feel that people get when they walk in,” Martin Brull said of the Shine A Light Music Series, which returns to Cannon’s Blackthorn in Rockville Centre on Friday. “They immediately understand that this is more of a homegrown show than something put on by one of the larger promoters.”
Darren Raymar, principal of William S. Covert Elementary School, was on an airplane nearly eight years ago when his niece, Sami, was born prematurely.
“I feel that kids are smarter than me,” said Morley Hawriluk, a South Side High School graduating senior who was named this year’s valedictorian. “I honestly didn’t even expect it.” His classmate Grace Feiner is South Side’s salutatorian. “I always knew that, yes, I’ve been able to maintain pretty high grades,” she said, “but there are so many people who have done pretty much the exact same thing, and are just as deserving of the same recognition.”
“Service and leadership,” said Alex Maher, a newly minted Eagle Scout, when asked about the importance of his journey to the highest attainable position in the Boy Scouts of America.
Following a broad investigation into the operations of the MS-13 gang, Nassau County officials announced that 41 of its alleged members were indicted on June 15 for multiple acts of violence and conspiracy in Nassau County over the last four years.
With many recent community events geared toward helping transform the plans for the special-needs-accessible playground adjacent to Hickey Field into a reality, a walkathon at Francis F. Wilson Elementary School on June 16 was no exception.
Known and respected regionally for years, Molloy College is now getting national recognition for their academic achievement and affordability from Collegevaluesonline.com, a college rankings website.
Residents from Lynbrook and Rockville Centre can now cool off on a hot summer day in the Lynbrook pool, which opened full-time for the summer on June 18.
By traveling a few back roads toward Rockville Centre’s Tanglewood Preserve, wanderers may stumble upon a temporary respite from the often-busy Peninsula Boulevard. Once discovered, the Center for Science Teaching and Learning appears to be a quaint escape for local residents.
The Rockville Centre man who began a quest to walk across the United States in March will continue perhaps the toughest part of his trek after a weeklong homecoming.
As passers-by stop on Quealy Place to look up at the beige brick St. Agnes Cathedral — home of the Diocese of Rockville Centre — a quaint church across the street can be easily overlooked.
After years of local success in the roller hockey world, Rockville Centre resident Tim McManus seeks to help lead Team USA to a title at this summer’s International Ice Hockey Federation Inline Hockey World Championship.
From helping to write the movie “Bride Wars” to having acting parts in shows such as “American Dad” and “Veep”, June Diane Raphael has given the world no shortage of exposure to her incredible talents.
After completing a marathon — done over the course of the school year as part of a free physical education program for children with disabilities — South Side Middle School students’ smiles radiated as they were awarded brand new sneakers.
Leggz Ltd. Dance owner Joan MacNaughton was honored by The De La Salle School during its annual spring gala at the Chateau Braind in Carle Place last month.
Rockville Centre trustees Edward Oppenheimer and Emilio Grillo, along with village justice Kevin McDonough, were reelected Tuesday night to four-year terms.
The State Senate last week passed a bill to rename 10 miles of the Southern State Parkway in honor of NYPD Det. and Malvernite Steven McDonald.
From performing in vaudeville acts to becoming a longtime owner of a dry cleaning store in Rockville Centre, George Brauch always found himself in the public eye. His humor and catchy ads for his …