Early last month, two groups of moms were busy sewing costumes for their daughters’ Red and Blue competition at South Side High School. For the past week, these women have joined forces to create fabric masks for local health care professionals.
Governor Cuomo called a spike in coronavirus patients on Long Island “troubling,” as cases in Nassau County surpassed 10,500 on Thursday and deaths from the disease nearly reached 100, County Executive Laura Curran said.
The Rockville Centre Public Library may not physically be open, but its services are readily available online.
The Rockville Centre community rallied behind 5-year-old Aiden Schaefer after his final treatment for leukemia.
The Rockville Centre Board of Education will hold its public work session on Thursday, April 2, as planned, and will livestream the meeting for public viewing. The time of the meeting has been changed to 4:15 p.m.
The Rockville Centre community is sending a message of hope with a new billboard by the Recreation Center on Oceanside Road.
Governor Cuomo made an urgent appeal Thursday to any manufacturers that are willing and able to produce personal protective equipment, or PPE, such as N-95 masks, face shields and plastic gowns, which will go to hopital wokers treating COVID-19 patients.
As Passover draws near, Jewish families are forced to consider new ways of celebrating the holiday this year. A festive holiday that centers around a traditional family meal—one which often includes friends or acquaintances who have no family nearby—many had to scramble to change plans, cancel flights and accept that this year, things are vastly different.
Although more and more people are staying home due to the coronavirus, Central Orthopedic, an orthopedic surgery practice in Rockville Centre, has “taken a medical oath to treat our patients,” said Dr. Jordan Kerker.
While many agencies across the state and county are focused on the physical and financial impact of the COVID-19 virus, the mental health of the county’s 1.36 million residents is just as …
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2020 and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long …
Coronavirus has swept across New York with astounding speed, leaving sickness, fear and uncertainty in its wake. Small businesses, particularly restaurants and bars, have taken a beating . . .
From now through April 30, RVC Conservancy is taking tree orders in the village’s residential areas as part of the third annual “Tackling Trees” initiative.