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On May 28, state Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, were formally indicted on corruption charges that were brought against them by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. Skelos, 67, the longtime … more
Q: My school district in Nassau County, where my special needs child attends school, wants to move him to a different type of classroom situation that I think is inappropriate.  Can I keep him … more
Q. We read your column about stair railings and decks and want to share our experience. We had a home inspection to buy our first house last year . . . more
The catchwords late last week were “positive train control,” the technology that could prevent tragedies like last week’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia . . . more
On May 12, eight days after turning himself in on federal corruption charges, Dean Skelos stepped down as majority leader of the State Senate. more
Dean Skelos is the fifth consecutive majority leader of the State Senate to be indicted. And Sheldon Silver isn’t the first speaker of the Assembly to be indicted. In the past decade, more than 30 sitting or former state officeholders . . . more
South Shore residents should be proud of the many fine elected officials who represent them on their village and school boards and in Mineola, Albany and Washington. But there have been notorious clunkers . . . 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
Strawberries get their due at the popular festival this weekend. more
Some of the glamour of the Great White Way comes to the South Shore, when the popular and much-loved South Shore Symphony Orchestra graces the stage at the Madison Theatre next week for a special concert. more
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