A former Rockville Centre restaurateur was arrested last week, charged with the July 30 shooting death of his girlfriend. Police in Nassau County say they arrested Mark E. Small, 55, of Elmont, after a car reportedly struck him along the Long Island Expressway as he was chasing after a small dog.
A foundation named after a Rockville Centre girl who died from a rare cancer, is celebrating a recent Sacred Heart Academy graduate who won a U.S. Lacrosse award. Sophia Paesano was presented with the Jackie Pitts Award last month, in recognition of her charitable efforts with the Mary Ruchalski Foundation and Camp Anchor.
Baseball fans are buzzing about the new seven-part ESPN docuseries, “The Captain,” which began airing on July 18, because of its compelling new narrative about the legendary New York Yankees shortstop and heart of the championship-winning franchise—Derek Jeter. However, you might not have been aware that two of the producers behind this compelling new series grew up in Rockville Centre.
There is a new president coming to Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre, and he’s bringing with him more than 25 years experience in the health care industry.
The Diocese of Rockville Centre and the Morning Star Initiative announced the appointment of Pamela Sanders as the Superintendent of the Department of Education in the Diocese of Rockville Centre on July 7.
The past few years have not been easy ones for the John A. Anderson Recreation Center in Rockville Centre, but in the past few weeks, those who’ve passed it on North Oceanside Road have probably noticed some changes.
There are few sounds that can paint a more vivid picture than the ominous and simple theme created by composer John Williams for the 1975 film “Jaws.”
The right-wing majority on the Supreme Court has now issued decisions overturning abortion rights, weakening the wall of separation between church and state . . .
Are you traveling for real, or from your laptop? So many of us, passionate about getting up and going, have been making do with travel brochures and virtual tours these past two-plus years.
The summer is well under way and, happily, it won't be long before the U.S. Congress goes home.