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Long Beach Humane Society, also known as Kitty Cove in Island Park held their annual bowling for Kitties fund raising Event at Maple Lanes in Rockville Centre on Sunday, Feb. 25th The Humane … more
The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce has ushered in a new era of leadership, naming John Dianellos, the owner of Old Spirit Distillery, its new president. Dianellos replaces Paul Engel, who completed … more
The federal government has granted final approval for the construction and operation plan of the Empire Wind projects, marking a significant milestone despite challenges in the offshore wind … more
The LI Pride Lions Club is making waves in Long Island’s LGBTQ community with its dedication to service, fundraising and community engagement. Founded two years ago, the club has quickly become a … more
Assemblyman Brian Curran and Assemblyman Ari Brown met with Oceanside Library officials to present an $8,000 check to the library to commemorate the bullet aid it received from the state. Bullet aid … more
It isn’t often that a congressional race becomes the center of national attention. But that was the case in the campaign between Tom Suozzi and Mazi Pilip to succeed the disgraced George Santos in the 3rd Congressional District. more
Bumper-sticker slogans and politics have always been inseparable, like peanut butter and jelly. Throughout the history of campaigning, politicians have employed succinct, often widely known but ambiguous sayings to seek the approval of prospective voters. But these slogans’ recent transition from catchy phrases to foundational theories of governmental policy has had negative consequences, particularly in New York. more
If a poll were to be taken, I would have to be the last person on this planet who thinks that government is a perfect institution. I respect the FBI and the CIA, and I even trust the IRS. As a senior citizen, I have always considered Medicare one of the finest agencies we have, but some new facts have emerged that have convinced me that it is a sloppy and careless government behemoth. 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
We are living in the midst of a climate emergency, with the expectation that conditions will significantly worsen in the near future. In January, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed that 2023 was the hottest year ever recorded. In New York state, climate change is impacting the environment, society and the economy as extreme weather events increase in frequency and intensity. Floods are more frequent, and the growing season for crops is changing. Climate disasters have cost the northeastern United States over $80 billion since 1980. more
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