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Q. My landscaper has taken a long time to rebuild our backyard deck, and now we’re wondering whether he can do the work in the winter. It was supposed to be done last fall, but he never showed. more
Once upon a time, the world around us moved at a modest pace. There were no fancy smartphones, laptops, E-ZPass, car navigation systems or ATMs. People bought daily newspapers and magazines . . . more
"What is wrong with these people?” That was my thought when I saw the clip of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam offering a tortured explanation of why he appeared in his medical school yearbook in blackface. more
With all the political distractions constantly bombarding us, it’s important to remember that our national economy continues to grow at a strong pace, creating new jobs and the lowest unemployment in years. But some politicians in Washington and Albany . . . more
Who’s to blame for Amazon’s sudden departure last Thursday? That was the big question as news of the tech giant’s decision to nix plans to locate its second headquarters in Long Island City filtered out to the public. more
Two people are dead in Bellmore in an apparent murder-suicide on Feb. 21, according to police. more
Adam Nagy, 8, gripped a black magic marker, his other hand engaged in managing his mop of curly red hair. He wanted to find a space on the large sheet of paper hanging on the wall to add to an … more
A letter to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor supporting Mayor Alan Beach in his run for re-election. more
Jews across the country will celebrate the 23rd Annual Shabbat Across America on March 1. South Shore Jewish Center hosts its own celebration, including a dinner catered by Lido Kosher Deli at 6:45 p.m. more
EGP Restaurant hosts a new book-discussion program in partnership with Oceanside Library on Feb. 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. more
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