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.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Rockville Centre Democratic Club recognized six residents at its first “RVC Women of Distinction” panel on March 7. From artists to activists, each woman told her story to roughly 50 attendees at the John A. Anderson Recreation Center.
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.
Music blared and drinks flowed at R.J. Daniels on Monday as more than 100 people packed the Rockville Centre bar to see alternative rock band Taking Back Sunday perform.
After Molloy College freshman Gabriela Espinal-Santiago finished playing Frédéric Chopin’s Waltz in B-minor in front of about two dozen peers, Julian Gargiulo stepped up to the piano beside her to offer some advice.
“This idea of recreational marijuana and legalizing it for fun is probably the worst and most destructive legislative proposal to come out of Albany in a generation,” trustee Michael Sepe said at Rockville Centre’s village board meeting on March 4.
Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda, were found guilty on a number of charges Friday morning following a second trial on federal charges that they abused their positions for personal benefit.
A State Supreme Court judge on Tuesday issued a split decision in Democratic Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen’s lawsuit against former Supervisor Anthony Santino and the Republican-majority Town Board.
A bunch of South Side High School’s top athletes were recognized during a Board of Education meeting on March 6.
Jim Duffy, who was named interim principal of Francis F. Wilson Elementary School in last August a week after Thomas Ricupero announced he would retire, will remain in that role, Superintendent William Johnson announced last week.
Officer Sean Freely was recognized as Rockville Centre’s “Cop of the Month” during the village board’s meeting on March 4 for his performance of duty that resulted in the arrest of a man for alleged burglary, grand larceny and criminal mischief.