When polls closed in Rockville Centre on Tuesday night, incumbent Emilio Grillo and newcomer Katie Conlon were elected to the village board for four-year terms over challenger Mark Albarano. Grillo and Conlon both ran on the RVC Family Party line, while Albarano ran as an independent.
On Oct. 16, 2018, Rockville Centre lost a very special girl. Gabriella Pellicani, known to her friends and family as “Gabi,” died at the age of 5 after a battle with brain cancer. On June 6, St. Mark’s Cooperative Nursery School unveiled a tribute to the late student, Gabi’s Garden, to ensure her brave battle with the disease and its impact on the community will not be forgotten.
After 53 years of serving the Rockville Centre community, Jose Dominguez, 84, was honored on June 5, when a section of North Park Avenue was named for him at a ceremony at his business, Pioneer Hair Design.
As Republican lawmakers around the country pass laws that willinstitute new voting restrictions in the wake of a presidentialelection whose validity many in their party question, local groupsin …
A West Hempstead gang member was indicted on Thursday for numerous charges of sex trafficking. The defendant, Joshua Lampley-Reid, 26, who is a member of the Makk Balla set of the Bloods street gang, …
Six scouts from Rockville Centre Troop 40 were recognized in an Eagle Scouts Court of Honor ceremony as they reached the ultimate goal in scouting on June 4 at the St. Agnes Parish Center.
On June 5, the Rockville Centre Lions Club hosted its second annual walking rally to support the Mary Ruchalski Foundation.
South Side High School will conduct its 130th commencement ceremony on June 25 at 9 a.m. at Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium.
As with many things during the coronavirus pandemic, South Side High School’s Centre Stage production looked a little bit different this year. The usual live stage play of skits turned into a movie premiere, where the stars got a red carpet entrance in front of a crowd many on the John A. Anderson Recreation Centre lawn on June 10.
The recently completed census became controversial because of political interference, but the results are still important. This is especially true when . . .
Last Nov. 8, I was kayaking in Emory Creek in Freeport, just north of the Narrows, when I spotted what I thought was a chunk of garbage floating in the waterway and paddled over to collect it.
After 15 months, hundreds of miles, 800 pages and 40 hours of audio, I listened to the closing words of my book this week, and it was good.