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Rockville Centre Mayor Francis Murray and the board of trustees said they intend to opt out of allowing cannabis sales in the village after New York state legalized recreational marijuana use on … more
Country music star Eric Church will be the first performer at the new UBS Arena at Belmont Park, with a concert on Dec. 4 as part of his “The Gather Again Tour.” The reigning Country … more
A team of health professionals and engineers have spent the last year reviewing more than 250 strategies to keep patrons safe at the new US Arena when it opens in the fall, and are now ready to … more
The Diocese of Rockville Centre has sold its Pastoral Center headquarters, on North Park Avenue in downtown Rockville Centre, for $5.2 million, church officials announced last Friday. The diocese … more
Local elected officials and residents recently gathered to celebrate the heroism of two young men, Billy Mohr and Patrick Erickson, after the pair helped save motorists trapped in an overturned car … more
The Rockville Centre St. Patrick’s Day Parade has looked a bit different the last two years, but that has not stopped the “parade that shares and cares” from supporting the community and hitting its goals. more
Village trustees hosted a virtual public hearing March 1 on the Rockville Centre Police Department’s proposed reform plans, created in accordance with the New York State Police Reform and … more
Thankful patrons of C.J.’s Coffee Shop marched from Hughes Street to North Long Beach Road on March 6 to celebrate the community fixture and to watch as Mayor Francis Murray presented a … more
Valley Stream artist Mike Stanko has been passing by Bigelow’s New England Fried Clams on trips down Sunrise Highway for years. “When you’re in the mood for fried clams or seafood, … more
A doctor who had previously operated out of a former Radio Shack building in Franklin Square is facing murder and reckless endangerment charges for overprescribing opioids between 2016 and 2018, which led to five patients’ deaths, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said at a news conference on Thursday. more
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