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Q. We were told to file a permit to rent our house next door, which an inspector came and looked at and said it was a “simple” permit. more
Two newly rescued turkeys were the center of attention — instead of being the main course — at the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ special … more
The Davison Avenue Intermediate School’s Special Forces in the Malverne School District teamed up for its annual Thanksgiving food drive last month. This year’s efforts were a huge … more
Students at Maurice W. Downing Primary School in Malverne received a wonderful surprise from Steven Gilhuley, the district’s assistant superintendent for curriculum. In honor of the … more
A distinct clanging sound could be heard as the trolley alongside Hempstead Turnpike in West Hempstead passed by from 1905-1926. The trolley, however, was not the first to travel this exact route. … more
For over a century, American higher education has been viewed as a public good as well as a vehicle for personal growth. It has been a source of scientific and technological advances as well as . . . more
In the interior of Washington state, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, there is a tiny city, population about 900, that I have long wanted to visit — Roslyn. more
Half of me never wants to write or speak the name Trump again. Half of me wants to finish the work I started nearly four years ago . . . more
In mid-May, as the coronavirus pandemic raged in New York, the Heralds undertook what became a monumental project to feature each week the front-line heroes . . . more
President-elect Joseph Biden recently committed to re-entering the 2015 Paris Agreement to limit carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, which President Trump pulled the U.S. out of in June 2017. more
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