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During the coronavirus pandemic, many of us have needed to get outside, and have rediscovered the joy of walking or riding a bike to see friends and exercise. more
A year ago, we faced many new challenges as the coronavirus threw the world into a panic. Many unanswered questions made us fearful of both the known and the unknown. more
I didn’t tune in to the news at all yesterday, and that was a happy change from one year ago, when . . . more
Nassau County got some very good news last week after passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan: The county will receive $397.7 million in federal aid . . . more
“What does a soup kitchen do in the middle of a pandemic when gathering for a meal is not safe or permitted?” asked Steve Greenfield, vice president of the Baldwin Civic Association. He … more
This week's letters to the Editor focus on the upcoming Lynbrook village election. more
How strange the past 12 months have been, for us all. Personally, I’ve been holed up for most of it at my desk in my bedroom, papers stacked up around me . . . more
In case you haven’t noticed it, there are all kinds of battles going on between legislators and governors all over the country. more
America has been fertile ground for conspiracy theories. Some social scientists say that the conspiracy world began to flourish with the Kennedy assassination in 1963. more
A year ago, the coronavirus pandemic arrived in New York, and fear and confusion ensued. We needed a calming voice to talk us through the crisis, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo was that voice. more
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