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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Editorials
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If the National Football League’s indefinite suspension of Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice for his knock-out punch of his then fiancée, Janay Palmer, has any positive side, it’s the enhanced public awareness of domestic violence. more
On Thursday we mark the 13th anniversary of the attacks on the U.S. by the fanatics of Al Qaeda, which killed almost 3,000 people at the World Trade Center — a great many of whom were from our South Shore communities . . . more
It’s a message we emphasize every year, because it is so important: School is back in session, so it’s time for drivers to slow down. more
Everyone knows that smoking cigarettes is unhealthy. It’s a fact that smoking has immediate negative health consequences and that, over a prolonged period, it causes several different forms of cancer . . . more
If the tragic death of Robin Williams shows us anything, it’s that depression can affect anyone — even those who seem the most successful, the most well off, the happiest. more
That time of the year is here again — the heart of hurricane season — and it’s important to take steps now to make sure you and your family are safe when the next storm hits. more
We’re in the middle of summer, and with so much playing in and around so much water, just how many of us have the requisite swimming skills? more
With the gridlock in Washington, and the latest scandal involving Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s alleged meddling in the work of the commission he created to help root out corruption in Albany, it’s too easy to think that “government” — and government shenanigans — are something far away, either up the Hudson or down I-95. more
In July 2012 we called on our government leaders to come up with a management plan for Long Island’s rapidly diminishing — and increasingly polluted –– water supply. more
An important item will be on the ballot in November, the passage of which would do more to benefit New York state government in the future than any individual we elect. more
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