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An online video featuring Marc Morrone, owner of Parrots of the World, a pet store in Rockville Centre, and former host of several educational television programs about pet keeping, has recently gone … more
Rockville Centre’s pear trees are under attack. The culprit, known as trellis rust — caused by a fungus new to North America — has spread throughout the village, leaving many of the trees partially or fully bare, or with discolored or blotchy leaves. more
A 5,100-square-foot mixed-use property on Sunrise Highway, which includes three stores and two upstairs apartments, was recently sold in Rockville Centre for $1.03 million. more
The Flour Shoppe Cafe, a quaint eatery in Rockville Centre facing busy Sunrise Highway, is set to launch a new dinner menu, as they add yet another element to a location that formerly focused on selling baked goods. more
The Rockville Centre Housing Authority, which provides affordable-rent housing for qualified village residents, was out of compliance with various bylaws, according to an audit by the state comptroller’s office. more
The New York State Parks Department hosted an environmental review hearing for a proposed $35 million project to rejuvenate Hempstead Lake State Park last week at Hempstead Town Hall, but residents and businesses expressed concerns. more
A long-unused lot at the corner of Maple and St. Marks avenues will soon be a parking lot to service one of the many businesses in the area, and the Village of Rockville Centre noted that it expects the development to alleviate the consistent parking concerns faced by residents. more
Following a July 11 public hearing on short-term rentals, the Town of Hempstead board voted unanimously to prohibit leasing arrangements lasting less than 28 days. more
The Rockville Centre Zoning Board of Appeals denied an application on June 21 that called for a street frontage variance for the back two homes of a four-lot site plan at 220 Hempstead Ave. If passed, the proposal would have moved on to the village planning board for approval. more
As the Long Island Power Authority presented its integrated resource plan to residents last week, the village recommended for the electric provider to look into the possibility of installing one or two peaking units in Rockville Centre. more
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