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In the midst of a pandemic, the last thing we need is another outbreak of a highly contagious infection like measles. Unfortunately, the diligent work of stopping the spread of Covid-19 has, for many parents, meant falling behind on having their children routinely vaccinated. more
I can’t say I have a perfect track record with the recipes I publish. In fact, here’s an excerpt from a letter to the editor published many years ago. more
It’s becoming more apparent each day that the Unites States will not return to any semblance of normalcy until there is a working vaccine for Covid-19. In the meantime, we must face the reality . . . more
Tropical Storm Isaias marched up the Eastern Seaboard Aug. 4 with 70-mph winds that snapped trees in half or ripped them out of the ground, often sending them crashing onto power lines, leaving 420,000 Long Island ratepayers without electricity. more
On June 15, Dr. James Lentini began his tenure as the seventh president of Molloy College following the retirement of Dr. Drew Bogner, who held the position for the past 20 years. Lentini, 62, and his family — wife Dana, sons Luke and Noah and daughter Evalina — relocated to Rockville Centre from Rochester, Michigan, where he served as senior vice president and Provost at Oakland University from 2013 to 2020. The Herald recently spoke with Lentini about his thoughts on the new job and his vision for the future. more
Students in the Rockville Centre School District will likely return to school in person full time this fall, based on last week’s announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo that schools across the state will be allowed to reopen. Cuomo said he based his decision on low infection rates recorded in every region. more
A Rockville Centre filmmaking couple has had to postpone a film shoot in the village due to Covid-19. more
Rockville Centre real estate agents are seeing an influx of buyers and drop in listings this summer, as they feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on their industry. more
The Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce has canceled the second annual Playing on the Porch after planning to hold the event on Sept. 12. more
School districts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, will be allowed to reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning. He said he based his decision on low infection rates recorded in every region. more
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