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RichnerLive and Herald Community Newspapers presented “50 Plus Health and Wealth,” a virtual event featuring speakers from the healthcare, wellness and elder law sectors, on Oct. 14. more
The use of technology by children has long been a sticking point for parents, and during the pandemic, as its use has become even more prevalent, the fear of its potential danger has only grown. Author Katie Duffy-Schumacher of Rockville Centre has been educating children about using technology responsibly for several years, and brought her “Don’t Press Send” presentation to local Girl Scouts last week. more
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in devastating loss around the world, and Rockville Centre has been no exception. Nursing homes and assisted living facilities, which are tasked with taking care of an already vulnerable population, were particularly affected: Maple Pointe Assisted Living of Rockville Centre lost 37 people this year, and held a ceremony outdoors last month to dedicate a rock garden to those who died this year. more
Though there have been some restaurant closures in the village since March, most eateries are hanging on despite the pandemic-related challenges. more
As the coronavirus pandemic wears on, substance abuse continues to be a problem in Rockville Centre, particularly for teens, who have more time on their hands. The Rockville Centre Coalition for Youth is continuing to help raise awareness of the issue and implementing plans to prevent drug and alcohol use among minors, stepping up its initiatives this month, which is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. more
New York Islanders and state officials gathered at the future home of the UBS Arena last Friday morning to watch as construction crews placed the highest beam atop the 885-square-foot … more
To highlight Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RichnerLive will host a free, virtual Herald Inside LI panel on to the disease and its impact on Long Islanders. On Oct. 20 at 4 p.m., join top advocates, doctors and community leaders to answer questions, debunk myths and share facts about breast cancer. more
Herald Inside LI panelists discussed tips and tricks for first-time homebuyers on Oct. 8. more
With coronavirus “hot spots” reported in some areas of New York state, Hempstead Town and Northwell Health officials announced a $315,000 grant for the health system to provide PCR … more
By popular demand, Long Island’s only drive-through dinosaur exhibit, “Jurassic Quest,” has extended its stay at Town Park Point Lookout and will now host shows through Oct. … more
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