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The American Revolution might never have happened if social media had existed in the 1770s. George Washington might have vented his fury at the Brits on his Facebook page. more
Like him or not, President Obama will always be remembered as a transformational figure. The 44th president, the first African-American, is a tremendous orator who promised . . . more
This is the time of year when families across the country are struggling to find the right colleges for their soon-to-graduate sons and daughters. There’s some promising news on the horizon for some of those students . . . more
In his news conference last Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump said that he wants to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act quickly and simultaneously. Even without a new president, Congress last week . . . more
Send in your prediction on the Mepham vs. Calhoun boys basketball game on Thursday, Jan. 26 for a chance to win L.I. Nets seats. more
Exhibits and more... Ansel Adams: Sight and FeelingAn exhibition of Adams’ photographs that demonstrates how his intuitive and emotional response to the landscape resulted in powerful and … more
Follow along with Dorothy and her friends as they make their way to Oz. more
Hazel, that irrepressible maid from the iconic Saturday Evening Post cartoon and ‘60s Emmy Award-winning sitcom, is now sweeping her way onto the stage in a new musical currently in development. more
Planned Parenthood of Nassau County’s staff and supporters said that they are concerned that the Republican-majority chambers of Congress will soon move to strip health centers affiliated with … more
March 1, 1957: Steven McDonald is born in Queens Village. 1964: The McDonald family moves to Rockville Centre. July 16, 1984: Steven is appointed to the New York City Police Department. more
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