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Nearly six months after the Rockville Centre Planning Board denied a proposal by James and Brett O’Reilly to subdivide their property at 220 Hempstead Ave., board members decided to grant preliminary approval for the project last week after their initial ruling was challenged in Nassau County State Supreme Court. more
Members of the New York State Conference of Mayors elected Rockville Centre Mayor Francis X. Murray to serve as its second vice president next year during their annual meeting on May 6. more
As Rockville Centre School District administrators and the Board of Education strive to maintain the number and quality of programs and improve the district’s buildings and students’ mental health, it is especially important for voters to support the 2019-20 school budget. more
The Village of Rockville Centre is set to hold an election on Tuesday, June 18, as Mayor Francis X. Murray, Village Justice William Croutier Jr., Deputy Mayor Kathy Baxley and Trustee Michael Sepe will seek re-election to four-year terms. more
The April 22 deadline to submit petitions to run for Rockville Centre’s Board of Education or Library Board came and went, and this year’s candidates are set to run unopposed. more
This tax season hit many local homeowners hard, as the recent cap on the State and Local Tax, or SALT, deduction led to increased bills around Long Island. “People are feeling the pain,” said Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen, who lives in the village. more
On the grounds of the 72-acre A. Holly Patterson Extended Care Facility in Uniondale is a small, white-tiled warehouse, with a handful of garage bays, operated by the nonprofit food-recovery … more
Tackling divisiveness, disrupting the status quo, showing up for something you believe in and changing the world were just a few of the messages former Ohio Gov. John Kasich shared with a crowd of several hundred at Molloy College on April 10. more
County Legislator Debra Mulé, a Democrat from Freeport, said on April 5 that she was disappointed that the Legislature’s Republican majority would not institute a 5-cent fee on paper bags, a move … more
The village’s Board of Trustees adopted Rockville Centre’s 2019-20 budget during its meeting on April 1. The $46 million spending plan stayed under the state’s tax cap for the seventh straight year while maintaining all village services, according to village officials. more
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