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Art Mattson was paddling his kayak on Aug. 6 in Pearsalls Hassock, a small saltwater marsh connected to Hewlett Bay, when he suddenly stopped to watch as a white egret glided over the water. more
Lynbrook High School seniors may have faced many obstacles this year, but they still had a chance to celebrate one of the greatest traditions: their high school prom. more
Gene Scarpato was a singular, special human being. He was friendly, determined, and tenacious yet humble, while also being community-minded and a great family man. More than anything else, he was one of the kindest people I have ever known. He worked tirelessly for the village with his wife Virginia always at his side.  more
In the four months since officials broke ground on Lynbrook High School’s renovation, much progress has been made. The project has been in the works for nearly three years, beginning with the community’s approval in October 2017 of a $28.9 million bond to fund it. more
School districts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, will be allowed to reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning. He said he based his decision on low infection rates recorded in every region. more
Winds blew throughout Long Island on Tuesday Aug. 4, as Tropical Storm Isaias churned up the east coast and headed northward to many neighborhoods, causing power outages and hundreds of trees were … more
When the coronavirus pandemic arrived in New York, public health officials made the careful decision to cancel elective surgeries across the region, including some cancer procedures. But now it’s critical that cancer patients feel confident to resume the care they need. more
The June New York state primary produced many shocking results, but stories calling the election results a major shift to the left by the Democratic Party are just plain false. more
If there is any topic guaranteed to irritate readers more than politics, it’s religion, but here goes a true story. In the innocent days before the plague of Covid-19 . . . more
President Trump claimed last week that he is protecting suburbanites from low-income housing projects, tweeting on July 29: "I am happy to inform all of the people living their Suburban Lifestyle Dream . . ." more
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