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An SUV collided with a sedan on Thursday night, launching it onto the lawn of a nearby home. more
Q. I’m selling my house, and learned that the detached garage has no permit, even though it was built by the former owner. I thought when we bought the house, as I was told, everything was legal. The garage plans . . . more
I hit a bump driving through New Jersey last week, just as the sun was going down. Boom! It felt as if the insides of the car (known colloquially as the kishkes) fell out . . . more
A great deal of recent news coverage has focused on some very big lottery jackpots… and the dreams and wishes of the millions who bought a ticket. What would they do if they hit the big … more
There’s More To A Bubble Than Rising Home PricesWhat truly causes a housing bubble and the inevitable crash? For the best explanation, let’s go to a person who correctly called the last … more
Major medical expenses can carry a heavy financial toll. And the fact is, all of us are susceptible to an unforeseen medical event. If you experience an accident or injury, cost may be the least of … more
Performances/On Stage Daniel OvediaThe artist-musician in concert, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2 p.m. A solo drumming performance is paired with digital images. Oceanside Library, 30 Davison Ave., … more
Wineries from the North Fork, the region and abroad will offer up samples of their finest wines, paired with local cuisine. more
The legacy of Willem de Kooning, who pioneered the gestural, abstract style of painting that became the staple of New York Abstract Expressionism, has found its way to Long Island Children’s Museum. more
Despite all the hand-wringing in the media — which thrives on conflict and disasters — there are many good signs for the U.S. in 2018 that bode well for the country, if we’ll just . . . more
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