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With warmer weather comes an urge to leave the house, and we expect, as usual, there will be a lot more cars on the...

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If you haven’t yet read The Post and Courier’s “Till death do us part” series of stories on domestic violence in South Carolina, which...

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Tensions between police departments across the country and the communities they have sworn to protect have been high over the last several months, and...

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Sun’s out, thieves out. As Long Island heats up after a long, cold winter, so does criminal behavior. We’ve been seeing more and more reports of...

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You know you’re from Long Island when … 1. You drive your car everywhere, including just up the road to the drug store or 7-Eleven....

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From unfunded mandates to grounds maintenance, school districts are burdened with many costs, but high energy bills don’t have to be one of them. State...

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Opting students out of state standardized tests has become a hot topic, and it’s a decision that should rest in the hands of parents,...

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As a community newspaper, we value reader feedback and welcome any and all letters to the editor on the stories that compel our neighbors....

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College is expensive. Actually, college is ludicrously expensive these days, as 60 percent of graduates from colleges and universities in New York are coming...

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New York Secretary of State Cesar Perales hit Hauppauge last week to outline Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to increase the state minimum wage from...

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