Rockville Centre held a candlelight ceremony on Sunday in memory of the 49 community members whose lives were lost as a result of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Joan F. Waldman, principal of Floyd. B. Watson Elementary School, was relieved of her duties as principal this week. Dr. Janine Sampino, the district’s curriculum coordinator, is now providing …
The Village of Rockville Centre has lost a dedicated civil servant. Retired Village of Rockville Centre Trustee Edward Oppenheimer died on Sept. 19, at age 66.
The discussion of racism is continuing in Rockville Centre, with the Anti-Racism Project returning next month. Formed as a way to start a conversation about the topic and to combat racism, the project’s second eight-week session will begin in October.
It’s only one game, but South Side’s performance in last Friday night’s Nassau Conference III football opener against perennial power Lawrence showed the Cyclones may have what it takes to live up to all the hype.
The Rockville Centre School District has paid $88,000 to restore data that was lost in a July 25 ransomware attack, officials said.
Fifty years ago, on Sept. 2, 1969, history was made when the first ATM in the U.S. dispensed cash from Chemical Bank, now Chase Bank, on North Village Avenue.
Local law enforcement officials and emergency rescue workers had a chance to unwind and enjoy the summer weather while socializing and enjoying a meal.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that bans the arming of teachers in New York State on July 31 in an effort to protect students and teachers by keeping guns out of the classroom.
Visitors of the Rockville Centre Public Library should notice significant improvements and have an enhanced experience while using the library.
The Center for Science, Teaching and Learning in Rockville Centre is holding a naming contest for two young emu birds, which are part of its recently opened exhibit, “Dinosaurs! And People’s United Bank Animal Adventure.”
Fifty years ago on Aug. 15, an estimated 400,000 young people flocked to the fields of a dairy farm in Bethel, N.Y. Most had no idea they were making history just by watching their favorite bands at the Woodstock Music Festival that weekend.