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Why not say ‘happy?’

Memorial Day has often been a tough sell for me with “happy” in front of it. The observance of Memorial Day traces its roots to Decoration Day, which started when family members and the …

On beaches and in parks, green spaces and backyards across Long Island—and around the world—countless friends and neighbors came together last week to mark the annual Spring celebration …

Celebrate women who have instilled change By Joan Crescitelli Women’s History Month is a time to recognize and celebrate women who have instilled change to make life better for others …

Fast-moving world events have sent gas prices soaring—here on Long Island, we are setting new gas price records every day, and the spikes are creating worry among everyone who relies on our …

By Jason Borowski While a kingdom centered around Kyiv has been in existence since the 900s, the Ukraine nation as most Americans know it came into existence with the Ukrainian Republic of Kyiv in …

During Black History Month, we stop to consider not only the progress we have made towards equality in this country, but also the ongoing issues facing our Black youth every day. Historically, …

The new 100 for 10 Farmland Preservation Initiative will invest $100 million into vulnerable farms across the county over the next 10 years. This initiative is part of the Farmland Development Rights …

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