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Chants of "Why were the coaches let go? We don't know" could be heard throughout Shepherd Street and Long Beach Road in Rockville Centre on Wednesday as nearly 100 residents took part in a vocal protest in support of two girls' soccer coaches who were not brought back for the 2021-22 season. more
After an extensive search, Dr. Michelle Piskulich was selected to the position of provost and vice president of academic affairs at Molloy College and will begin her appointment on Aug. 23. Piskulich was previously a senior associate provost at Oakland University, and the college’s search committee was assisted by the Storbeck Search firm, in selecting her out of nearly 100 applicants. more
By simply taking four swabs of cells from the inside of your mouth, it’s possible to save someone else’s life, because for every 400 swabs, there’s a bone marrow match, according to the nonprofit Gift of Life Marrow Registry, which teamed up again with the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway to hold a bone marrow testing event last Sunday. more
In her two decades in the Rockville Centre School District, the goal for Noreen Leahy was always simple: prioritize the children. more
Joseph Amnawah said that for as long as he can remember, he has wanted to help people. It was that drive that led him to becoming a psychiatric nurse practitioner, and to him becoming a 2021–23 national Jonas Scholar at Adelphi University. more
Rockville Centre resident LaTonja Lee is the first Black female athletic trainer at Molloy College, but being a trailblazer isn’t enough for her. She said her goal is to help youth in underserved areas by teaching them what it’s like to be an athletic trainer and educating them about healthy living. more
Whether Dr. Richard Meagher was involved in East Rockaway village politics, volunteering for a variety of local organizations or serving in the school district, he would do just about anything to help East Rockaway, family members and friends said. more
Several South Side High School student-athletes are headed to college to play sports this fall after graduating. more
On a sun-soaked Saturday afternoon, East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School’s class of 2021 took a step toward the future as they graduated in front of family members, friends, district staff and administrators and the school board at Marion Street Elementary School in Lynbrook on June 26. more
As she stood in front of her peers, Lynbrook High School Valedictorian Ashley Roth said that even though they may be going on separate journeys, the class of 2021 will always share the same roots back to LHS. more
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