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Q. We have swing-out windows that need replacing. The weather has been just right for fresh air, but our windows don’t work. A company that will change them sent a salesman, and he suggested we get the kind that move up and down because they work better . . . more
While commenting on the chants and signs proclaiming “Black Lives Matter,” a white colleague said, “All lives matter.” Yes, I replied, but . . . more
There’s an old saying (with many variations): “Beware what you wish for, because you might just get it.” That fits the current rush to judgment against police forces across America. more
Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson, a Manhattan law firm that represents thousands of people who were in Lower Manhattan in the eight months following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, has been addressing Covid-19’s impact on the community of 9/11 survivors throughout the pandemic. more
Yesterday morning, my partner, my husband of 52 years, my onetime Lawrence High School sweetheart, turned his head on the pillow and whispered . . . more
Members of Glen Cove High School’s class of 2020 had a unique ending to their high school career, but they were able to close this chapter of their lives with a traditional outdoor commencement on June 26. more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
Consistent with Fourth of July cancellations and due to Covid-19 restrictions and concerns, the 2020 Morgan Memorial Park Fourth of July Firework Show has been cancelled. more
The unique Achilles and ASPIRES programs at Nassau Community College, designed to assist students with Autism, will be restored for the 2020-2021 academic year after the Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously June 29 to approve the college’s budget.   more
Members of the Glen Cove Police Department, local religious leaders and local officials and elected leaders will gather on a virtual Town Hall July 2 at 7 p.m. more
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