Time For Fun And Vigilance

While many people are in full swing with planning their blooms, fruits and vegetables, some are cleaning off the lawn furniture and getting the...

Letter: Ebola, Hysteria And The Politics Of Sustainability

West Africa has an Ebola outbreak. It has become global. Hysteria abounds. It is not theirs alone. It is now humanity’s outbreak which has...

From the Desk of Dr. Charles Murphy: August 4, 2011

What did we do before cell phones? Personally, my cell phone and Blackberry has become my lifeline to the world. Seemingly I’m always checking...

Editorial: The War On Thanksgiving

As the Thanksgiving grocery list nears completion and turkeys are reserved at farms and food stores, a lumbering giant casts a large, round shadow...

Letter: Award-Deserving ‘Just One Pill’ Series Helps Open Dialogue

I want to commend Ronald Scaglia on an excellently written and well researched three-part series “Just One Pill” that appeared in three consecutive editions...

Editorial: Farewell My Lovely Crumbcake

  Growing up in Farmingdale in the 70s with health-conscious parents, we did not did not eat much in the way of processed, prepackaged...

Letter: Decision On October 3 Could Change Levittown Forever

Josato Builders is scheduled to appear before Kate Murray, Gary Hudes, and the entire Hempstead Town Board, to request a special zoning change of...

If Horses Could Talk

In the May 15 issue of the Levittown Tribune, the editorial “Decadent and Depraved” served as a voice for horses, speaking out against racing...

Letter: Joel Bearman Thanks Community for Continued Support

I would like to thank the residents of the Levittown Fire District for coming out and voting on December 13th. I’m honored to serve...

Letter: Manton Discusses Private Schools Versus Public Schools

“If people didn’t have to pay taxes to maintain public schools,” I recently advanced to a friend, in one of those mental exercises I’m...