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Q. We’ve lived in our split-level house for 40 years, and never had this kind of trouble. My insurance company says I have a basement and my house has four floors. They want to call our first floor a basement . . . more
On one level, it’s a matter of clearing some closet space. On another, it’s a signal to let go and move on. more
In April 2014, two students at St. Anthony’s High School, in South Huntington, brought a Confederate flag to a sporting event. They were subsequently expelled. Later that month, Newsday published an editorial . . . more
Exhibits and more... Enduring ImagesAn exhibition, drawn from Hofstra University Museum’s permanent collections, that focuses on the lasting record created by an artist’s visual … more
Tony Orlando is back as the headliner for the annual "Salute to Veterans' concert. more
In Broadway’s Tony-winning “An American in Paris,” the high energy dance numbers are as poetic and uplifting as they are perfectly magical. more
A hot Sunday afternoon on July 19 became even more torrid when a fire erupted in the garage of a Barkley Avenue home, which some 50 East Meadow firefighters fought and extinguished in 10 minutes. more
What seems like an ordinary playground, located in Eisenhower Park’s Field 4, filled with slides, swings and seesaws is anything but. The Let All The Children Play park and playground was designed to accommodate disabled children by creating an accessible play atmosphere with inclusive recreational programs. more
Waldbaum’s in East Meadow, at 1530 Front St., will remain temporarily unaffected after its owner and operator, Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on July 19. more
Like the miserable winter we suffered through, anticipating the warm weather, the latest challenges that we have to endure, at least for the next few months, are the candidacy of Donald Trump and the battle over the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran. more
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