St. Agnes Dinner Dance returns after a three-year hiatus

The St. Agnes Cathedral School’s Dinner Dance will be held at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale on Feb. 4, following a three-year hiatus necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Mobile app will enhance school security

Concern for student safety and security remains a top priority in the Rockville Centre school district, which has continued to look for ways to update and modernize its facilities to prepare for the possibility of a school shooting.

Molloy honors MLK with Day of Service

Molloy University honored the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Jan. 16, with an entire day of community service activities, workshops, and historical tours.

Four new Troop 214 Eagle Scouts are ‘prepared for life’

Owen Ferreira, Max Fuentes, Timothy Reinholdt, and Kieran Woram with Boy Scout Troop 214 in Rockville Centre worked tirelessly to join the 4 percent of Boy Scouts in the nation to earn the coveted rank of Eagle Scout.

Benedict is honored by hundreds at St. Agnes

Pope Benedict XVI died on Dec. 31, 2022, at the age of 95. Born in Bavaria on April 16, 1927, his holiness lived a long and sometimes complicated life. In recognition of his achievements with the papacy, hundreds gathered at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre on Jan. 6, for a memorial Mass in his memory.

Editorial

Don’t let shark mania ruin your summer

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.”

Op-Ed

Ways to skirt the right-wing Supreme Court agenda

The right-wing majority on the Supreme Court has now issued decisions overturning abortion rights, weakening the wall of separation between church and state . . .

Randi Kreiss

Come along with me on a trip Down East

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.

Jerry Kremer

Trump’s fate hinges on Georgia

The summer is well under way and, happily, it won't be long before the U.S. Congress goes home.