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At least one holiday commercial aired before many children headed back to school from their summer vacations: Kmart rolled out a television spot called “Ridiculous” during the first week of September . . . more
Nassau County residents are no strangers to the grief and anger that come with terrorist attacks. Families destroyed, funerals and eulogies . . . more
As Thanksgiving approaches, we asked citizens of all stripes from across the South Shore, high-profile and less so, what they are thankful for. more
In a good year, many, if not most, Nassau County voters are cynical about local politics. Two powerful machines, led by the major political parties, exercise tight control over . . . more
Every Veterans Day, we are reminded of the sacrifices that those in the military have made for this country. Most visible are those who are affiliated with local veterans’ organizations . . . more
The Herald endorses Tony Santino, a Republican from East Rockaway, for 
Town of Hempstead supervisor. more
It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it. How much fun can it be it to collect taxes from the already overburded residents of the Town of Hempstead? Republican incumbent Donald X. Clavin … more
Hurricane Sandy was special –– in a wicked sort of way. Like no other storm since the Long Island Express of 1938 . . . more
Forgive us for being skeptical when we hear Gov. Andrew Cuomo use words like “transparent” and “reform” when he’s talking about his new 15-member Common Core Task Force . . . more
Despite years of research and publicity, breast cancer remains the second leading cause of death among women, behind only heart disease. The good news is . . . more
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