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Q. As a contractor who reads your column, I don’t always agree with you, but generally I find things interesting, especially knowing other people are going through the same things as me. I have a strange situation . . . more
Q. We’re trying to do a bigger kitchen and make an office, since I’m now probably working only from home. To save on cabinets, we’re looking at several options, including cheaper, imported ones. more
Last season was a difficult one for Hofstra’s women’s basketball program in terms of wins and losses, but there’s plenty of reasons for second-year head coach Danielle Santos Atkinson to be optimistic about the future. more
A decade’s worth of contention between local clammers from the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association and Frank M. Flower & Sons, a commercial shellfishing company, is escalating. NOBBA has accused Flower of suction dredging Oyster Bay Harbor along West Shore Road, and relocating the dredged material to other areas Flower leases off Centre Island. The Oyster Bay environmental group Friends of the Bay says it is worried, too. more
Oyster Bay High School sophomore Jaiya Chetram, 15, spent many summer days advocating for change at rallies as the Black Lives Matter movement resurfaced amid the murder of George Floyd. Although the summer is over, Jaiya has not stopped advocating for change. He is working to raise awareness on issues regarding race in his school district, where he is a class president and takes on other responsibilities such as his involvement with the committee IDEA, which stands for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Action. more
The coronavirus pandemic has created a variety of hardships that have left families and children in distress. Social isolation. A mounting death toll. An estimated . . . more
Besides the sad deaths of a quarter-million Americans, the pandemic claimed another victim this month: the re-election of President Trump. Had the election been held in February . . . more
The following is not a how-to for anyone else. It’s just my story. We all have to maneuver our way through the grinding deprivations of the coronavirus as best we can. We hadn’t seen the kids or grandkids for nine months . . . more
In a year when so much has gone awry — so many lives lost, businesses battered, jobs vanished — it strains the imagination to think what we might be thankful for, particularly as the nation enters its second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. more
We are pleased that Nassau County Executive Laura Curran is once again promoting small businesses ahead of the holiday season — which is vital this pandemic year. more
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