Kimiko Schroder, a niece of Rockville Centre Mayor Francis X. Murray, died on Jan. 6 at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, Calif., after an eight-year battle with cancer. She was 12.
Ryan O’Shea, who graduated from South Side High School last June, died on Jan. 11 after he was hit by a train at Rockville Centre’s Long Island Rail Road station. He was 18.
Hundreds are expected to gather in Rockville Centre on Sunday to support Sean O’Brien, who was sexually abused by a St. Agnes priest while serving as an altar boy more than 35 years ago.
The Federal Communications Commission’s ruling to expedite the installation of equipment transmitting 5G wireless cell service nationwide took effect on Monday, and Rockville Centre officials have drawn up policies that abide by the FCC’s terms while trying to maintain aesthetics and safety in the village.
State legislation proposed on Tuesday could prohibit politicians convicted of a felony from using campaign funds to support political candidates or pay legal expenses, an issue that officials say has persisted for too long.
For nearly a decade, Rockville Centre resident Martin Brull has been trying to attract acclaimed indie-art rockers Les Savy Fav to perform at one of his foundation’s fundraisers to support children …
State Assemblywoman Judy Griffin was sworn in during a ceremony at Molloy College’s Madison Theatre on Jan. 13 two months after she defeated incumbent Brian Curran.
Two men were arrested on Tuesday after detectives in the Nassau County Police Department investigated a fatal overdose that occurred in Rockville Centre the day before.
With recreational marijuana expected to be legalized this year, lawmakers, prosecutors and community leaders aired their concerns at Molloy College in Rockville Centre on Jan. 7 and discussed ways to soften the potential negative effects that such a law might have in New York.
A flurry of trips back and forth from home to Grandma’s garage for props, numerous costume and set changes inside Mom’s car and dozens of iPhone video clips filled Rockville Centre native Colin O’Leary’s days leading up to 2019.
"There’s a man with a gun,” a voice blared on the loudspeaker at the Heralds’ Garden City office on Jan. 3. “Get out of the building.”
Good Shepherd Hospice Center is returning to Mercy Medical Center — after about 30 years — in the form of a new $5 million, 8,400-square-foot facility. The completion of the center was commemorated at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 8.
St. Agnes Cathedral School’s annual Dinner Dance will be held on Feb. 9 at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park.