As Covid-19 rates rise again in New York and across the country, Long Island’s restaurants, bowling centers and gyms are dealing with a new restriction put in place by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Nov. 12.
There was no sit-down dinner, no live entertainment and no opportunity for mingling or networking, yet Molloy College offered quality entertainment during its virtual annual gala last Saturday, raising three times more than anticipated for scholarship funding.
Owning a memento of Rockville Centre dating back to the late 1800s or early 1900s can cost as little as $20, thanks to a collaboration between Lost Dog Art and Frame Co. and the Rockville Centre Historical Society.
In late August, St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre saw a leadership change as the Rev. Michael Duffy joined the parish as rector. In a short amount of time, Duffy has settled in and is actively getting to know the congregation.
Last Friday afternoon, outside of Matty’s Toy Stop in Rockville Centre, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran was joined by the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce and the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency to announce the “Shop Safe, Shop Local Scavenger Hunt,” encouraging residents to shop and dine at small businesses struggling from the impact of the pandemic.
After a tight race, Judy Griffin has won a second term representing Assembly District 21. Griffin, a Democrat from Rockville Centre, defeated Republican challenger Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick, …
In her nearly 20 years as an employee of the Village of Rockville Centre’s Recreation Department, Karen Polito has worn her share of hats, including tennis instructor, preschool teacher, preschool director and program director.
LaTonja Lee, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee chair for the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association (NYSATA), is using her personal and professional experiences to implement new initiatives, outreach, and opportunities for minority communities to become involved in the athletic training profession.
Seven South Side student-athletes, including five who missed playing their respective sport for the high school teams in the spring of 2020 due to the pandemic, inked their national letters of intent to compete at the next level and begin a new chapter in their lives.
When the Sandel Center was forced to close to members in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, social isolation in the senior population was a big concern. The center did what it could to stay in contact with members, and finally reopened on Nov. 9, a move that was welcomed by staff and members alike.
In mid-May, as the coronavirus pandemic raged in New York, the Heralds undertook what became a monumental project to feature each week the front-line heroes . . .
President-elect Joseph Biden recently committed to re-entering the 2015 Paris Agreement to limit carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, which President Trump pulled the U.S. out of in June 2017.
Half of me never wants to write or speak the name Trump again. Half of me wants to finish the work I started nearly four years ago . . .