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There’s something in the water — our own excrement. Last week was national SepticSmart Week, an annual U.S. Environmental Protection Agency initiative created to teach...

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At what point does a neighborhood nuisance become a problem that warrants lethal action? A few North Shore communities have been debating whether to legalize...

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The definition of hero is a person who is admired, or idealized, for courage. And we can’t think of a more courageous act than...

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This month, hoards of Long Island students started their first year of high school. Almost all of those new ninth-graders were born in 2001,...

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It’s the start of the school season, and that should signal us to be a little more wary behind the wheel. With some schools already...

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Long Island is infamous for its numerous layers of government, and sometimes those layers try to legislate too much of our lives. An underlying misconception...

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We didn’t make up that headline. That is the name of an actual recent military study, the second of its kind, that found at...

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There’s been a lot of hubbub about the 21st century classroom, where interactive whiteboards replace chalk, and pencils and pens are subbed out for...

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Just about every time there’s any significant rainfall on the North Shore, our newsroom gets an advisory against swimming in our local waters —...

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Tuesday morning’s storm literally came out of the blue. The skies were clear and calm on Monday and residents were going about their summer,...

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