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In an unusual start to the school year, many area districts will be opening before Labor Day. Classes will be in session next week — as early as Tuesday in some communities. more
More than 200,000 New York students “opted out” of the grades three-through-eight Common Core English and math exams this spring. more
It’s not so much a goodbye as it is a see-you-later for the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which closed last week after hosting hockey games, concerts, trade shows and family events for the past 43 years. more
So they are already beginning. Fox News will hold the first debate of this very busy presidential primary season Thursday night. The Republican Party TV event is not part of the official presidential debates . . . more
On Long Island, we worry about our water –– a lot. After all, it comes from a series of sole-source aquifers, stores of ancient water buried deep underground that are recharged not by rivers and lakes, but by rainwater alone. more
Summer driving season is in full swing, and we’re out on the roads in large numbers. The absence of winter’s dangers can make it seem like a safer time to drive . . . more
After the World Trade Center collapsed in a fireball on Sept. 11, 2001, a cloud of toxic dust enveloped Lower Manhattan. That dust contained a witches’ brew of cancer-causing agents . . . more
For soccer fans, Independence Day weekend carried extra meaning this year. more
The death last week of a 20-year-old Rockville Centre man who was riding a motorcycle when he collided with a car in Baldwin was tragic. It came just days after . . . more
The Declaration of Independence was first published on July 6, 1776, in a newspaper, the Pennsylvania Evening Post. We are proud to commemorate that high point in American journalism by reprinting that historic document. more
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