A woman was struck and killed near the Rockville Centre LIRR station at about 11:30 p.m. last night, according to Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Aaron Donovan.
Rockville Centre’s St. Patrick’s Parade stepped off for the first time on March 22, 1997, and has since raised more than $1.2 million for 67 charities. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which raises money for pediatric cancer research through head shaving and ponytail chopping, has collected more than $4 million over the past 16 years at its Rockville Centre event alone.
Long Island high school students indicated on Saturday that they want to see a wider range of identities represented in school lesson plans.
The RVC Conservancy is set to launch its second annual “Tackling Trees” project this month in an effort to protect property values and keep the neighborhood beautiful.
Acting Nassau County Supreme Court Justice Denise Sher recused herself on March 12 from hearing the case of two Rockville Centre homeowners against the village’s planning board.
Breast cancer survivors took to the runway on March 10 for the Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition’s second annual Fashion Show at Bridgeview Yacht Club in Island Park.
Members of the Red Team spilled onto the South Side High School gym floor last Saturday night, leaping for joy, hugging one another and celebrating a win over Blue in the 103rd Red and Blue competition.
Two South Side High School students were named National Merit Scholarship finalists last month for their efforts and feats inside and out of the classroom.
Check out the latest in a series of guest columns about the history of the village of Rockville Centre. Marilyn Nunes Devlin is Rockville Centre’s village historian and helps run the Phillips House Museum on Hempstead Avenue. This column recognizes Women’s History Month.
About 100 community members gathered at Kasey’s Kitchen and Cocktails in Rockville Centre on March 9 to support the 10th annual Life For Gina fundraiser in memory of Gina Giallombardo.
The Rockville Centre Homemakers tried to boost its membership during one of their meetings last week at the John A. Anderson Recreation Center by showing what they offer to the community.