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The North Shore School District's budget for the 2024-25 school year passed Tuesday night, with 2,043 for to 1,172 against. The new budget addresses the school district’s significant … more
When Jaime Teich, founder of the local nonprofit Love Your Neighbor Project, began helping her community during the depths of the coronavirus pandemic by providing masks and other essentials to her … more
Liberty New York Water is advocating for the elimination of the Special Franchise Tax, arguing that this tax significantly inflates customer water bills without providing direct benefits to the … more
In a celebration of history and community, the Sea Cliff Village Museum and the Sea Cliff Senior Outreach Program co-hosted a multigenerational event titled “Exploring Our History Through the … more
The North Shore Arts Angels held their 4th Annual Artwalk, promoting the incredible artwork of students in the district in conjunction with local businesses throughout the North Shore School … more
Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a forum on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, hosted by Cornell University’s Institute of Politics and Global Affairs, which is directed by former U.S. Rep. Steve Israel. more
Poll after poll shows that most Americans believe the United States is more divided than usual. With many contentious issues appearing to lack compromises, constructive policies can emerge, but zealots on either side must have no greater influence in the debate, and solutions must be based not on either side’s so-called “facts,” but rather on the truth. more
Celebrating 125 years, Nassau County, formed in 1898 from parts of Queens, has become New York’s fifth-largest county, known for its spacious homes, quiet neighborhoods, excellent schools, rich history, and vibrant community spirit. more
After months of contentious budget negotiations, the State Legislature and Gov. Kathy Hochul recently agreed to a historic $237 billion state spending plan. more
Everyone agrees that there is a massive lack of bipartisanship in today’s political arena. Washington, D.C., is the poster child for warfare between Democrats and Republicans. Which is why my recent trip to Albany was a throwback to times gone by. I refer specifically to an event known as the Pilots Dinner. more
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