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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 … more
Forget football; bowling was the name of the game on Sunday, Feb. 2 in Rockville Centre. Congregation B’nai Sholom-Beth David held a Super BOWL-a-thon fundraiser on Super Bowl Sunday at Maple Lanes, where bowlers of all ages raised money for the temple. more
Village Mayor Francis X. Murray has assembled a team of experts to lead the Mayor’s Committee for Smart Growth in Rockville Centre. more
As late afternoon turned to evening on a Tuesday earlier this month, a corner of Molloy College’s Kellenberg Hall basement came alive with music, as clients of the Rebecca Center for Music Therapy in Rockville Centre engaged in their weekly sessions. more
Dozens of residents crowded the South Side High School auditorium last week to welcome the next Rockville Centre superintendent of schools. After a long, intensive search, the Board of Education chose June Chang, the superintendent of Summit Public Schools in New Jersey, to lead the district starting July 1. more
Losing a friend is never easy. And when the death is self-inflicted by a young, popular person, it is incomprehensible for the loved ones left behind. When South Side High School junior Madison Gamberg lost her best friend last year, she was shocked. more
Catholic Health Services has opened its fourth CHS Cancer Institute on Long Island at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre. more
Three local nonprofits are teaming up to support an organization that has helped each one of them in the past. On Friday, Jan. 31, the community can participate in a Game Show at the John A. Anderson Recreation to benefit the Rockville Centre St. Patrick’s Day Parade. more
There are seven possible historic districts north of Lake-view Avenue in the Village of Rockville Centre, encompassing more than 870 historic structures. That’s according to Nancy Solomon, an architectural historian and folklorist who recently completed a cultural reconnaissance of the area. more
James McDonald, a Rockville Centre graphic artist and owner of Lost Dog Art and Frame Company, has published his first book, “The ABCs of Long Island.” The children’s book went on sale earlier this month, both online at and at McDonald’s shop on S. Park Avenue. more
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