It’s no secret that Rockville Centre is a destination for dining. Whether residents or visitors want Japanese or Jamaican, Mediterranean or Mexican, they can find an array of cuisines within a few village blocks. In recent and coming months, new eateries are opening and established ones are expanding, giving villagers even more options.
“All of a sudden, the plane goes into a dive,” recalled Army veteran Herbert Rosenberg. “I had no idea what was happening. I said, ‘OK, this is it. I’m finished. I’m going to die.’”
On the road and in the recording studio, he’s Des Rocs. Behind the scenes, he’s Daniel Rocco, a Rockville Centre-raised artist on the rise.
Thanks to the concerted efforts of the founders of the newly formed Nassau County Aviation Committee, elected officials hope to introduce legislation that will address jet noise.
Army veteran Michael Fallon will lead Rockville Centre’s Memorial Day Parade on May 27 after being selected by fellow service members to serve as this year’s grand marshal.
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen talked roads, technology, budgeting and government transparency during a gathering at the Rockville Centre Public Library on May 16.
At the age of 2, Ronald Winchester wanted to be a Marine for Halloween. He wore the costume not only that Oct. 31, but for the next three Halloweens, until it no longer fit.
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.
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.
Rockville Centre resident Jane McCabe was recognized last week as a 2019 Woman of Distinction by State Sen. Todd Kaminsky during a ceremony at the State Capitol in Albany.
Rockville Centre voters overwhelmingly approved the school district’s 2019-20 budget during the Tuesday election, with 1,513 votes for it and 552 against.