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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Editorials
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As part of the budget deal hammered out by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office and the State Legislature last week, Cuomo dissolved the Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption . . . more
No community would be what it is without volunteers. April is National Volunteer Month . . . more
Around this time last year, we editorialized on the need for more transparency in government to guard against corruption and restore citizens’ faith in our democracy. more
The average homeowner in Nassau County typically spends 60 to 65 percent of his or her local taxes on schools. Don’t you want to know how your money is being spent? more
In observance of Women’s History Month, we thought it fitting to highlight some notable women who were instrumental in shaping present-day Long Island. more
Our schools, our businesses, our town departments that maintain the roads and infrastructure and the village and county police units that patrol our streets all contribute to the quality of life we enjoy here on the South Shore. more
It is perhaps the worst-kept secret in Nassau County: The property assessment system is broken. more
The snow may continue to fall — who knows, maybe till Easter this wacky winter — but baseball fans are following the first reports from spring training and counting the weeks until Opening Day. more
It is an ignominious history that Long Islanders don’t like to remember or even recognize. For nearly 200 years, from the early 1600s to the early 1800s, Long Islanders owned slaves. more
Redistricting is most likely something Nassau County residents don’t want to think about again for another decade, especially after last year’s long and contentious process to redraw the county’s 19 legislative districts. more
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