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On Long Island, the cost of property taxes weighs heavily on many people’s minds. In Brookhaven, the town is working with villages, schools, libraries,...

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Recent tragedies have shown just how good and inspired our community can be if everyone bands together behind a cause. On Sept. 30 Boy Scouts...

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We have hit the point as a society where it is near impossible to believe a definitive conclusion will be reached that will convince...

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Most passengers on the Long Island Rail Road probably have one wish — to get to their destination quicker. This desire has been uttered...

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When done drinking a bottled water or soda, we usually make a conscious effort to get it into a recycling bin. No further thought...

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When voters head to booths Thursday to participate in several statewide primaries, it is unlikely that the race for a judicial seat presiding over...

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Newspaper publishers, editors and staff members across the country — especially weeklies operating on tight budgets — are breathing sighs of relief. Last week the...

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With less than two weeks to go before New York State’s primaries, we’ve been ramping up our coverage of the 2018 elections at TBR...

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We get it — if you read our newspapers or just about any other media that cover Long Island, you’ve heard enough over the...

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Below is an editorial written by Judy Patrick, the New York Press Association’s vice president for editorial development. We’ve been complacent. We thought everybody knew how...

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