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Ashley Kate Molloy had a picture perfect wedding planned: A small chapel in southern Ireland, surrounded by family and friends near, a place that has been a part of the groom’s family for generations. But, like most weddings planned for the spring and summer of 2020, the former Rockville Centre resident and her now husband, Brendan Keating, had to shift gears and come up with a new plan due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. more
In honor of Black History Month, Herald Inside LI will host a webinar featuring Black leaders on Long Island on February, 25 at 9:30 a.m.    Speakers will include Phil Andrews, the … more
Although she is a member of a wealthy and well-known family, Mary Trump, niece of former President Donald Trump, has led a quiet life in Rockville … more
New mothers naturally want the best for their children, and often aim to correct any mistakes that might have been made in their own childhood. For Rockville Centre resident Meg Croutier McNoble, the issue that loomed as a large point of contention while she was growing up was the daily ritual of brushing her teeth. Wanting to avoid the struggles she experienced, she came up with an idea to promote dental hygiene for her own daughter, as well as others, with a new children’s book. more
The coronavirus pandemic has, like never before, demonstrated to families that they must prepare now, not later, for any eventuality. Herald Inside LI recently held a webinar, “2021 Estate and … more
Traveling, dancing, singing and getting together with friends have been staples of the life Rockville Centre residents Rose and Bob Becchina have shared for 58 years. The past year, of course, has been quite different for them due to the pandemic, yet they have maintained the optimism and commitment that has kept them strong for nearly six decades. more
Many Long Islanders are grappling with questions about how they can best start or maintain a business. Many wonder how a family business differs from other businesses and what it takes to bring … more
Nadia Holden knows what she wants: to become a mother. For several years, the 2005 South Side High School graduate and her husband have been ready to start a family, but so far, luck has not been on their side. After three preterm losses during pregnancy, they decided to take a different route and are hoping to adopt a baby. more
Rockville Centre native Jason Stein has made significant strides from homebrewing in his parent’s garage to heading up a growing brand in Timber Ales. Stein, 33, a 2005 South Side High School graduate, has continued his passion for brewing even through the past year, when circumstances have complicated the brewing and distributing processes, and he has been recognized for his efforts. more
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs in 2020, and as a result, many found that their worst financial fears became their reality.  Even … more
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