A Queens Village man was arrested Wednesday in connection with three instances of burglary at St. Agnes Cathedral, two in August 2019 and one in January.
New York Police Department Detective Paul Federico, 53, brother of Rockville Centre Police Officer Anthony Federico, committed suicide in Queens on Monday, according to police.
A new grant, awarded to the Rockville Centre Coalition for Youth, will help the group promote alternatives to opioid use.
Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss, but for the O’Shea family, talking about it is the best way to heal, and to help others. For nearly a year, the Ryan Patrick O’Shea Foundation, based in Rockville Centre, has been raising awareness of this growing problem, and was recognized by the State Legislature in Albany last month for its efforts to promote suicide prevention. On Jan. 14, the Legislature adopted a resolution commending the foundation for its focus on mental health awareness and reducing self-destructive behavior though support and education.
“No one knows you like the people who knew you when you were a kid,” said Doug Marlowe, a former Rockville Centre resident and a graduate of South Side High School’s class of 1971.
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Though still early in the process, the Rockville Centre School District administrators do not anticipate any major changes to programs or staff for the next school year as they begin to work on the 2020-21 school budget. The first budget discussion took place at the Feb. 5 Board of Education meeting, where district officials provided an overview of the process that will take place over the next few months.
Catholic Health Services has opened its fourth CHS Cancer Institute on Long Island at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre.
Losing a friend is never easy. And when the death is self-inflicted by a young, popular person, it is incomprehensible for the loved ones left behind. When South Side High School junior Madison Gamberg lost her best friend last year, she was shocked.
As late afternoon turned to evening on a Tuesday earlier this month, a corner of Molloy College’s Kellenberg Hall basement came alive with music, as clients of the Rebecca Center for Music Therapy in Rockville Centre engaged in their weekly sessions.