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Dagger DogVinci, a canine known for his works of art, visited the Rockville Centre Public Library on April 22. Children on break from school watched in amazement as the black Labrador, golden retriever mix expressed himself with a paint brush. more
The Rockville Centre Board of Education passed the district’s proposed 2019-20 budget, 4-0, on April 16 after a hearing that addressed the board’s previous concerns with the $120 million spending plan. Trustee Susan McNulty was absent during the vote. 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
What is the past participle of rive? Do you know many pecks there are in 597 quarts, or the number of rods in 8 ½ miles? Such answers can be found in Higher Lessons in English, by Reed & Kellogg, and Complete Graded Arithmetic, by George E. Atwood, each written in the late 19th century. more
St. Agnes Cathedral School staged Mary Poppins Jr. on April 11, 12 and 13, as hundreds packed the school’s auditorium over the three nights to enjoy the classic. more
Middle-school girls from around Nassau County came together last month to compete in an all-female wrestling meet — an event that comes as the sport pivots on Long Island to increase participation. more
Eliminating teaching assistants, cutting the frequency of a foreign language program in Rockville Centre’s elementary schools and using existing resources instead of expanding the district’s guidance department raised concerns from the Board of Education at a budget work session on April 4 at South Side High School. more
The Rockville Centre Education Foundation held its 29th fundraising gala on April 6 at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Garden City, during which it honored those who have enhanced Rockville Centre through technology. more
Molloy College President Drew Bogner will retire in June 2020, he announced on Tuesday morning, capping a 20-year tenure that saw the advent of on-campus housing, an expansion of the student body and the addition of 88 academic programs. more
The Ruchalski family traveled to Sag Harbor on March 11 to visit a bench they dedicated to their daughter and sister, Mary, who died of cancer last March 11, at age 12. more
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