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CHOOSE DARK CHOCOLATE ON VALENTINE'S DAY   Love is in the Air. This is shown by students handing out sweets for classmates to an older married couple exchanging boxes of candy; … more
Bellmore-Merrick homeowners could see their property-tax bills rise or services reduced in the future to make up for lost taxes that were, until recently, paid for by the Long Island Power Authority, and before that by the Long Island Lighting Company. more
While attending an ice hockey tournament in upstate Lake Placid in late January, Calhoun High School senior Austin McLoughlin sprung into action to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation after a player was struck in the head and suffered a seizure on the ice. more
The Kumon Method, founded in Japan by Toru Kumon, a high school math teacher who was helping his son, has been in existence for more than 50 years. Starting a network of after-school teaching centers . . . more
Q. I’m a faithful reader of your column, and I don’t have a question, just an observation. I started to redo my living room and dining room wood floors last week, thinking I knew everything I needed to about the job. I rented a sander . . . more
Breathless, my husband called to tell me he had been knighted. I don’t think the queen was actually involved . . . more
There has never been more drama in politics. The main characters are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and neither scored the victories they were expecting in the Iowa caucuses. more
The Mass Transit Authority and Long Island Rail Road will be operating on a different service schedule for Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 15, and for the long holiday weekend that begins on Friday, February 12. Customers are advised to pay close attention to different branch departures. more
There’s no doubt that the 2016 campaign for president has turned into a classic brawl, and neither major political party may ever be the same after Election Day. The Republicans are saddled with a few candidates who, if chosen, could lead to the splintering of the party for many years to come. And the Democratic contest . . . more
We don’t need brain studies to tell us that teenagers, particularly 16- to 18-year-olds, often act impulsively, with seeming disregard for the consequences of their actions. more
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