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Molloy College freezes student tuition for the 2020-21 school year

As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, Molloy College will freeze its tuition for the 2020-21 academic year for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Rockville Centre pharmacies have little guidance on Covid-19 testing

Although Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order at the end of April allowing independent pharmacies to conduct Covid-19 testing, Rockville Centre pharmacists say they have not received enough guidance about how to proceed.

New York beaches to open May 22: governor

New York state will allow beaches to open next Friday, May 22, in time for the Memorial Day weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at his daily briefing Friday. The governor said, however, local towns …

L.I. must stay at home through the end of the month: governor

Long Island's economy will remain on hold at least until the end of the month, after Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday extended the New York Pause stay-at-home order for the region and New York City through May 28.

Father-daughter medical team from Rockville Centre recognized for fighting Covid-19 outbreak

The father-daughter medical team of Dr. Lawrence Carter and registered nurse Diana Carter have both been helping treat Covid-19 patients at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset amid the pandemic. They were recognized by Senator Todd Kaminsky as Helpers of the Week.

Rockville Centre resident appointed executive director of special education for Nassau BOCES

Rockville Centre resident Susan McNulty has been named executive director of the Department of Special Education by the Nassau BOCES Board of Education, starting July 1.