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This is the second in a series delving into the complexities of elections to provide a better understanding of one of Americans’ most precious privileges, the right to vote. While most people … more
Oyster Bay Town Hall saw dozens come to honor Black History Month on Feb. 22 as the town government hosted its celebration of the lives and histories of the extraordinary African-Americans in Oyster … more
Sea Cliff residents and visitors are gearing up for a night of community camaraderie and environmental support as the Coalition to Save Hempstead Harbor prepares for its annual Crawl for a Cause … more
The history of Quakerism has deep roots in the story of the United States, whether it be their influence on the colonial period or the key role Quakers played in the Revolutionary War, although their … more
A statewide group of local news organizations — comprising of more than 100 newspapers across New York — has launched The Empire State Local News Coalition, a joint advocacy effort to advance a legislative package intended to deliver long-term sustainability to the sector. more
Tom Suozzi officially returned to his seat on the House of Representatives Wednesday night after his inauguration. He will once again represent the 3rd Congressional District, which includes all of … more
This is the first in a series delving into the complexities of elections to provide a better understanding of one of Americans’ most precious privileges, the right to vote. Democrat Tom Suozzi, … more
In a move aimed at bolstering services and community engagement for senior citizens in Sea Cliff, the village board has appointed Tracy Arnold Warzer as the new Senior Citizen Program Development … more
An upcoming exhibit at the North Shore Historical Museum to open on Feb. 29 delves into the maritime history of the North Shore, shining a spotlight on shipwrecks and sinkings that occurred during … more
Governor Kathy Hochul’s proposed state budget for 2024-2025 is sending shockwaves through school districts throughout the North Shore of Long Island. Despite the fact that the governor has … more
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