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Molloy College’s mental health clinic provides counseling for community

The Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy College is currently accepting patients for several types of counseling.

Retiring Rockville Centre rabbis to be honored with car parade

The two rabbis leading Central Synagogue-Beth Emeth, in Rockville Centre, are retiring at the end of June, and to mark the occasion, the congregation is giving them special send-off. A planned luncheon had to be canceled because of social distancing requirements, so the celebration on May 30 for Rabbis Marc Gruber and Elliot Skiddell will begin with a Torah study via Zoom, followed by a car parade.

Rockville Centre pharmacies have little guidance on Covid-19 testing

Although Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order at the end of April allowing independent pharmacies to conduct Covid-19 testing, Rockville Centre pharmacists say they have not received enough guidance about how to proceed.

Riding the rails amid the Covid-19 pandemic

I never imagined the emptiness. It left me with a sinking feeling, a sense of aloneness that I had not experienced before as I stood on Long Island Rail Road train trestles during the middle of what …

Molloy College holds virtual graduation ceremony for class of 2020

Molloy College celebrated its class of 2020 with a virtual commencement ceremony via YouTube live-stream Monday night.

Rockville Centre resident appointed executive director of special education for Nassau BOCES

Rockville Centre resident Susan McNulty has been named executive director of the Department of Special Education by the Nassau BOCES Board of Education, starting July 1.


New York can learn a lot from South Korea

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to open beaches statewide, including Jones Beach, on Friday. It is a moment we have all eagerly awaited, a symbolic gesture signaling . . .


Stay strong, Nassau

Last weekend was cold and windy, which likely prevented many people from venturing outside to potentially crowded spaces like the Jones Beach Boardwalk. For now, that’s a good thing.