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On Sunday through Thursday for the next week and then intermittently as needed for about eight weeks, the Southern State Parkway in the area of Exit 19, Peninsula Boulevard a single eastbound lane could be closed between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. and a single westbound lane could be closed between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. more
Occasionally, maybe once every 300 years, France actually does something that is intuitively correct, progressive and ethically enlightened. more
In 2014 alone, PSEG, the utility company contracted by the Long Island Power Authority, increased rates seven times. Enough is enough. more
Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo could not have picked a better time to reveal their views on work-related emails. Last week was the 10th anniversary of Sunshine Week . . . more
In observance of Women’s History Month, we thought it would be fitting to highlight some notable women who were instrumental in shaping the world of communication, especially in the newspaper industry. more
Competitive hoops and charity were the two components that made up the 18th annual Five Towns Community Chest Youth Board Basketball Tournament at Lawrence High School last Sunday. more
Alissa and David Hersh, both doctors and parents of four children who attend the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR), were the guests of honor at the school’s 37th annual dinner held last Saturday in its the sports complex in Lawrence. more
Hop into spring with some dynamic tunes from an exciting slate of musicians. more
It has been a little more than two months since Erin King Sweeney was appointed the new councilwoman in the Town of Hempstead’s 5th District, following the retirement of Angie Cullin. more
They all had different ways to say it, but the message was clear: opt out of Common Core tests. Two teachers, two administrators and a parent told the more than 300 people at Levittown Hall in Hicksville that the only way to send a message to Gov. Andrew Cuomo was to refuse to let their children take the third through eighth grade English language arts and math tests in April. more
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