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Bill Bratton, the commissioner of the New York City Police Department, has decades of professional experience in law enforcement. He is decorated and well recognized in the field . . . more
One of the constant happenings that seem to be getting worse, regardless of the season, is the people out there who stay awake late at night calculating how to cheat us in any way possible. more
If America was a person, it would be drenched in ice water. The Ice Bucket Challenge is simple — film yourself dumping a pail of frigid water on your head, upload it social media, and challenge others to do the same within 24 hours or donate to the ALS Association. Everyone from celebrities to professional athletes is taking part in the freezing phenomenon. more
Dismayed by HUD decision To the Editor: I read with much dismay the report that U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations preclude tenants elected by the residents of Old … more
Marie Fasig, a native New Yorker who is now a resident of Maple Pointe Assisted Living at 260 Maple Avenue, celebrated her 101st birthday surrounded by family and friends last month. Born in … more
On Aug. 16, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church hosted an outdoor Teen Rock Show to raise money for the Rockville Centre Special Education PTA. The show was organized by Lucas Santora, who put … more
The All Star Academy will hold a youth art and poetry contest and art auction fundraiser on Sept. 14 at 11 a.m. at 10 Grande Ave., Rockville Centre to benefit Sunrise Day Camp and the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI). Tickets are $5 each and can be bought on allstarresource.com. more
Construction work on Maple Avenue has officially started Aug. 11. “They’re doing the concrete first so they’re digging the curbs, the sidewalks and driveway aprons,” said village Spokesperson Julie Grilli. more
The state released the results of the 2013-14 ELA and math exams for grades 3 through 8, and Rockville Centre’s results were scattershot, showing rises and drops in scores in equal measure. more
A Rockville Centre man was charged on Aug. 15 with forging Long Island Rail Road tickets and selling them to riders. According to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, Michael Wright, 27, of Rockville Centre, was robbing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of thousands of dollars worth of fares by selling the fake tickets to unsuspecting commuters. more
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