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And not a moment too soon. Did you hear it land on our doorsteps? Monday, at 6:29 a.m., spring actually sprang into our lives. No matter the temperature, no matter the down coats in the front closet . . . more
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson finished his trip to Asia by meeting with President Xi Jinping of China in what has been described as a public display of cooperation between the two nations. The leaders had much to discuss . . . more
Even though I’ve always been involved in politics, I don’t come from a family where politics dominated the nightly dinner-table discussions. more
Elected leaders often look upon the Freedom of Information Act with barely disguised disapproval, and more often with outright disdain. Heck, the president who signed the act . . . more
Exhibits and more... Danny Lyon: Memories of the Civil Rights MovementBased upon Danny Lyon’s memoir, this exhibition brings together the photographs he took from 1962 to 1964 while … more
Vincicius Cantuaria and his lively ensemble visit Long Island as part of their current tour. more
PTA members from Wantagh Elementary, Mandalay and Forest Lake schools battled it out on the volleyball court at the high school on March 15. more
Christine Newins, a 52-year-old Levittown resident, cannot remember Jan. 17 — the day she was hit by a car while jogging on the Pacific Crest Trail in Carlsbad, Calif. Chris Newins, her husband, … more
Temple B’Nai Torah leaders hosted their annual gala dinner and Chinese auction on March 18. more
John McNamara taught social studies for more than a decade in classrooms across Long Island before he became an administrator. Wantagh’s assistant superintendent for instruction said that he … more
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