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Memorial Day started as Decoration Day, and it was first observed at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia on May 30, 1868, three years after the Civil War reached its bloody conclusion. more
At a time when district administrators are striving to enhance school safety and increase the quality of programs — while holding the line on taxes — it is as important as ever to support school budgets. more
Though all four candidates bring their own excellent ideas to the Board of Education, Kristin Ochtera and Theresa Devlin are the right choices for the future of East Rockaway. more
Board of Education President William Belmont and Trustee Heather Hanson have diligently served the students of the Lynbrook School District and deserve to be re-elected to the board. more
After the #MeToo movement exploded into the national consciousness in 2017 and 2018, New York state lawmakers recently proposed no fewer than 11 bills to strengthen the state’s sexual harassment laws. more
The newly barren banks of Glen Cove Creek lie just down shore from RXR’s Garvies Point project, on what was once a lush stretch of marsh grass and green trees. Now these wetlands have all but disappeared. more
At the 2008 Republican National Convention, party stalwart Michael Steele declared, “Drill, baby, drill! And drill now! Do you want to put your country first?" more
Town of Hempstead Republicans practically swelled with pride on April 16, after the Town Board unanimously passed a revamped ethics code. more
Nassau County’s most famous Republican, President Theodore Roosevelt, dedicated much of his life to preserving nature. During his time in the White House, the Oyster Bay resident . . . more
Welcome to another annual rite of spring: the state exams for grades three through eight. more
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