A jury found former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, guilty on all counts Tuesday in their corruption retrial in Manhattan’s U.S. District Court. The four-week proceeding …
About a dozen Rockville Centre residents sounded off to the village’s Planning Board on July 10 about a proposed subdivision on Hempstead Avenue that many claimed would pave the way for future developers to change the character of the village.
The search for missing Westbury teenager Louis Germosen continues after police finished up looking at Hempstead Lake State Park last week.
When Rockville Centre resident Jay Brown realized his hobby of assembling and flying radio-controlled jets was keeping him away from his family for too long, he decided to take on a new project that he could do in the driveway.
Age is definitely just a number – especially for Thomas Nola. Last week, Nola celebrated his 96th birthday at Rockville Centre’s Sportset Health and Fitness Club.
Fake Frank, a self-proclaimed “eclectic alternative and retro-vibe” indie band from Rockville Centre, has embarked on its first tour this summer. The three village natives and their friend are performing songs from their debut self-titled album that they released in March in venues around the Northeast.
John P. McEntee was named as new chairman of Molloy College’s Board of Trustees last month after five years on the board, succeeding Msgr. Francis J. Caldwell.
The 2018 Clean Tech Competition, hosted by Rockville Centre’s Center for Science Teaching and Learning, wrapped up last week, as student winners from Long Island and across the world were announced.
The Village of Rockville Centre agreed to pay former Police Commissioner Charles Gennario $400,000 after he signed a retirement settlement, according to documents obtained by the Herald.
The South Side Observer ran an editorial on July 14, 1893, opining that town government was no longer sufficient for the “rapidly growing” village of Rockville Centre and that residents should vote for its incorporation.
“Everyone was playing soccer in Rockville Centre at the time, so I was like ‘My God, I want to play too,’” said Crystal Dunn, a former South Side High School soccer star that has gained …
Congregation B'nai Sholom-Beth David — at 100 Hempstead Ave. — is hosting a Mah Jongg Game Night Fundraiser on Tuesday, July 24 from 7 to 10 p.m.