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Nassau County elected officials from three levels of government spoke about issues facing the county and where to go from here on the latest Herald Inside LI webinar, “Next in Nassau,” on Oct. 21. more
Election Day is a little less than two weeks away, but thanks to a series of reforms passed by the State Legislature in 2019, Nassau County residents can vote before Nov. 3. Starting Saturday, … more
Three women embedded in the world of treatment and support for breast cancer patients, as well as an environmental advocate, spoke on the latest Herald Inside LI panel, a weekly webinar series on important topics impacting Long Islanders. more
Residents are calling on Nassau County to conduct a traffic survey of Hempstead Avenue, near Hewitt Elementary School, because of the dangerous driving in the area during drop-off and pickup times. more
On Sunday, the Rockville Centre Fire Department held its annual memorial service for members who have died over the past year. Mayor Francis Murray, Deputy Mayor Kathy Baxley, Trustee Nancy Howard, Trustee Emilio Grillo, Trustee Michael Sepe and residents joined Chief Eric Burel and the RVCFD at Firemans Memorial Park to pay respect to the individuals who put the needs of others before their own.  more
At a community forum on Monday, Rockville Centre residents learned about what it will take to have 5G cell sites installed in the village. The new technology is not yet in place, but village officials said they anticipate receiving applications from Verizon in the near future, with other carriers to follow. more
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
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