An anonymous threat written on a bathroom wall at South Side Middle School forced administrators to evacuate the building, before getting the "all-clear" from police.
The Rockville Centre Board of Education voted on Dec. 6 to award a transportation contract to the Baumann Bus Company — whose employees went on strike in November, forcing many students to seek …
On stage for her first recital with Maple Avenue Dance 23 years ago, 4-year-old Katie Vasilopoulos didn’t exactly dance. Instead, she pointed out the mistakes made by other girls around her.
The United Church of Rockville Centre’s nursery school reopened on Monday after being closed all of last week amid parent concerns of classroom safety conditions. Janice Burke, the school’s director for the past five years, resigned earlier this month “due to a disagreement about the maintenance of the facility,” she wrote on the United Church Nursery School’s Facebook page on Dec. 1.
The Hempstead Town Board, in outgoing Republican Supervisor Anthony Santino’s final meeting, passed a number of controversial resolutions over the objections of incoming Democratic Supervisor Laura Gillen and dozens of residents.
Dozens of families turned out for Rockville Centre’s annual Breakfast with Santa’s Helpers at the Recreation Center last Sunday.
A few dozen veterans from Rockville Centre and neighboring communities gathered at Mill River Complex Park on Dec. 7 with local officials to remember the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
The St. Agnes Cathedral School officially unveiled its Centennial Prayer Walk on Dec. 7, which was built to celebrate the institution’s 100-year history.
Molloy College is better equipped to begin unearthing the historical context behind some of Long Island’s economic and social issues after receiving a $1.5 million donation from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation.
Ed Byrne, Rockville Centre resident and author of the newly released novel “Love’s Not Over ‘Til It’s Over,” said that in his mind, he holds an image of unbelievably soft baby …
Most passers-by moseying along Cedar Avenue slow down in front of the same house, entranced by the nearly 300,000 bulbs that awaken holiday spirit in a way that only few things can. Another source of that cheer is generosity.
More than 100 Rockville Centre residents are considering removing dying pear trees on the curbsides outside of their homes in the coming weeks as part of a “tackling trees” initiative set up by the RVC Conservancy this past summer.
At an event held at the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City on Nov. 20, Nassau County’s Department of Social Services hosted an adoption ceremony to celebrate National Adoption Day. …
On the day before he succumbed to his final heroin overdose, Kevin Glenz was in a hospital in Iowa, recovering from his penultimate one. On the phone, he told his father, Larry, “Dad, you can’t …
Chanukah, the Festival of Light, reminds us of our responsibility to bring light into a world that sometimes seems so dark. All around us we see signs of doom and gloom and the news seems to grow more depressing by the day. Feelings of uncertainty make us fearful for the future in a way that is unfamiliar to us.
There has been much written recently about the establishment of the Diocese of Rockville Centre’s Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program, created specifically to compensate survivors of sexual abuse by their clergy. That’s no surprise. This is a big announcement, as it literally gives certain victims what may be their last chance to file a claim.