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Republican Ameer Benno in the 4th Congressional District is challenging incumbent two-term Congresswoman Kathleen Rice, a Democrat. The Herald asked Benno and Rice questions focusing on issues vital to the residents of the 4th C.D., which encompasses several suburban communities in southern and central Nassau County. more
The village will be flushing out its water mains from Oct. 24 to Oct. 30. The flushing of hydrants may cause some fluctuation of water pressure or discolored water to flow into homes and businesses. more
Former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is seeking leniency ahead of his re-sentencing on corruption charges, as his lawyers reportedly said that he is struggling with depression after losing his reputation and his relationship with his son Adam. more
The Rockville Centre Fire Department conducted its annual memorial service at Firefighter’s Memorial Park on Oct. 7, which remembered the members that died in the past year. more
Rockville Centre school officials said they have examined data and reviewed the district’s special education programming after hearing the concerns of parents of children with special needs who have urged the district to tweak the district’s inclusion model. more
The plans to build a playground accessible to children of all abilities on the east side of Rockville Centre’s Hickey Field have changed, as the space is now set to be constructed next to the parking lot of the John A. Anderson Recreation Center. more
It was a calm, quiet Saturday afternoon on Shepherd Street. Then it wasn’t. A police car turned onto the road, with other vehicles behind it, as South Side High School’s Homecoming parade reached its homestretch. more
Maple Pointe held its traditional wing-tasting extravaganza on Oct. 10 to raise money for breast cancer research, during which guests came hungry and left satisfied. Certain local restaurants won … more
“Rockville Centre has always been a beautiful town to call home,” said resident Rich Sundermier, who has lived on Locust Avenue for more than 40 years. But after the village removed a majority of … more
As state officials consider legalizing marijuana for recreational use in New York, Mayor Francis X. Murray and village trustee Michael Sepe denounced the idea at a village board meeting earlier this … more
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