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Q. Why are we being told, now, that our second-floor bedroom ceilings are too low and the doghouse dormers aren’t legal? We’ve owned for five years and are expecting our third child. We applied for a permit to add a first-floor extension . . . more
Nassau Republican legislators called Friday for state and county investigations into the office of County Comptroller Jack Schnirman, who only a week ago said at a news conference that a phishing … more
Police officers are using increasingly sophisticated technology to monitor our every move. While the police know more about us than ever before, we know very little about the police departments that are paid to protect us. more
And so it began — the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump opened on Tuesday. If ever there were a Shakespearean moment in American political history, this would be it. more
I can’t prove it, but you know it and I know it: People are experiencing somatic symptoms related to the news bombs crashing around us day in and day out. more
While state Democratic lawmakers managed to pass crucial legislation in their first year of controlling both houses of the State Legislature, they must work to tweak a controversial criminal justice law in Year Two. more
Puerto Rico was jolted by a series of earthquakes and aftershocks in the first two weeks of the year, and thousands of people need urgent help. more
In honor of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday, students gathered at Molloy College for the second annual Day of Service, engaging in a variety of projects on the morning of Jan. 20. more
A new organization has emerged for developing top-notch young athletes in Rockville Centre, one that employs professional athletes as coaches and also relies on student volunteers to train younger athletes, a system that has proven to be mutually beneficial. more
Dozens gathered at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Rockville Centre on Monday to celebrate the birthday of the center’s namesake, a man who dedicated his life to advocating for equality. The program included song and dance performances by local residents — including children enrolled in the after-school program — interspersed with video footage of King’s speeches. more
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