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Once again, a winter storm is descending on the area. PSEG Long Island reminds its customers to keep safe in case of outages. more
As promised, the new Republican-controlled Congress sent the White House legislation that would have approved the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. As expected, President Obama . . . more
The Herald endorses Rita Kestenbaum in the race for the Nassau County Legislature’s 19th District. Kestenbaum, a Democrat from Bellmore, is running against Steve Rhoads, a Republican from Bellmore, in a special election to fill the seat left empty when David Denenberg recently resigned from the post shortly before pleading guilty to eight counts of federal mail fraud. The election is set for next Tuesday, March 10. more
Exhibits and more... China Then and NowThis exhibition brings together exemplary Chinese works of art from the classical, early modern and contemporary periods. It explores three millennia of one … more
Hofstra University's annual Shakespeare Festival returns for its 66th year. more
The times sure have changed — so have our perceptions of our presidents. That transformation of the presidential image is the focus of “From Portraits to Tweets: Imagery, Technology and … more
We New Yorkers are enduring one of the bitterest winters in the last 25 years. Gasoline prices may be low . . . more
The numbers from the U.S. Justice Department are sobering: from 1995 to 2013, more than 10,000 women in college were raped. more
Each year, the Society for Science & the Public awards Research Report and Initiative badges to recognize excellence in students’ submissions to the Intel Science Talent Search, considered among the country’s most competitive and prestigious science contests. Two student researchers at Calhoun High School in Merrick, David Braunstein and Simon Goldstein, received badges. more
Last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo put forward a bill that would help combat sexual assault on college campuses across New York. The bill, part of the governor’s Enough is Enough initiative, would make all colleges in the state, which enroll some 1.2 million students, comply with initiatives the governor instituted at SUNY schools last year, including setting up a statewide definition of affirmative consent and creating a Bill of Rights for victims and survivors of sexual assault. more
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