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The shared themes of renewal and hope across Easter, Passover, and Ramadan, uniting humanity beyond cultural and religious differences. more
Highlighting the efforts of the Empire State Local News Coalition, which aims to safeguard local journalism in New York by advocating for legislative support and rallying communities to save newsrooms and jobs amidst closures and layoffs. more
Amidst the approaching Earth Day, we must remember the deteriorating state of our planet due to climate change, that calls for continuous action beyond the annual event. more
They’re good people. They’re strong. And they’re heroes. That’s how people in New York describe volunteer firefighters, according to a survey conducted by the … more
St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, but there is much more to this annual holiday than just the vibrant green decorations, festive parades, pints of beer and corned beef. It is an opportunity to celebrate the rich tapestry of Irish-American heritage, deeply woven into the fabric of Long Island and its communities. more
“Knowledge will forever govern ignorance,” President James Madison once said. “And a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” more
“Our quality of life is under attack,” is a constant refrain from longtime residents of a community whenever change starts — especially when it involves building homes on previously vacant land, or constructing much larger buildings than what exists in a neighborhood already. more
As objective and independent news writers and editors, we have an imperative to cover the issues most important to the people of Nassau County. more
Black History Month is a chance for us to celebrate the many contributions African-Americans have made to the country. They’ve done this despite discrimination and oppression — something even Long Island, in the past, was not immune to. more
In the past couple of weeks, we’ve been getting a lot of something we haven’t seen much of over the past couple of years: snow. So much, in fact, that schools in our communities had no choice but to close. And because of that, we have just one thing to say to our school districts in Nassau County: Thank you for the snow day. more
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