Positive things were happening in Rockville Centre last week, and dozens of people experienced the good vibes firsthand through random acts of kindness.
They came, they ate, they voted. Maple Pointe Assisted Living of Rockville Centre held its annual Wing-Off on Thursday, Oct. 10, supporting Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital’s Center for Women’s Imaging.
The candidates for Hempstead town supervisor brought their campaign messages to the debate stage on Oct. 10 at Molloy College in Rockville Centre.
The Rockville Centre School District has made some changes to its curriculum at the high school this school year.
The first annual Golfing for Gabi tournament took place at the Rockville Links Club in Rockville Centre on Monday, Sept. 30, in support of The Jimmy Fund and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. The tournament was held in honor of Gabriella Pellicani, who died last year at age 5.
This year, the theme at Watson Elementary School is “Soaring to New Heights.” The theme is based on principles of social-emotional learning.
The sun shone on the Molloy College community last Friday, as more than 100 people gathered for the dedication of its brand new residence hall to President Drew Bogner and his wife, Karen. The ceremony also included a dedication of the outdoor residential quad to Michael A. McGovern, the college’s former treasurer and vice president for finance, who died in 2018.
The process for finding a replacement for Superintendent Dr. William H. Johnson has begun.
The fifth annual Eat. Shop. Rock, took place on Sunday on the streets of Rockville Centre, where hundreds of residents enjoyed games, dance performances and live music while perusing vendor booths and visiting local restaurants.
Visitors of the Rockville Centre Public Library should notice significant improvements and have an enhanced experience while using the library.
Spooky Fest returns to celebrate Halloween with both scary and non-scary attractions at the Center for Science, Teaching and Learning in Rockville Centre on Oct. 12, 18,19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and Nov. 2.
The discussion of racism is continuing in Lakeview and Rockville Centre, with the Anti-Racism Project returning next month. Formed as a way to start a conversation about the topic and to combat …