Letter: Left Or Right, It’s All Wrong

In many respects, Levittown and the growth of suburbia and the middle class in the three decades after World War II was a hybrid...

A Look On The Light Side

Real Estate Non-LogicWhen I first moved to Long Island and started driving the expressways of Queens, I became seriously confused. No matter which one I...

Letter: Working to Reform Our State

Across New York, taxpayers are angry like never before because state government is not working for them. In light of the state’s $3.2 billion...

Letter: Black History Month

This Black History Month, I’ll be remembering the four people most responsible for stamping out slavery: the journalist William Lloyd Garrison, the Quaker preacher...

Letter: Republican Promises to Voters Were Broken

In the recent Nassau County elections the voters were given promises from the Republican candidates. The promises consisted of fiscal restraint, cutting wasteful spending,...

Letter: Wanted: A Discussion Of Form In Educational Reform

The United States in 2013 possesses as system of public education that is demonstrably inferior to that of other developed nations and to the...

Letter in Support of ITSD’s Mahon, Rochon

Our district is very fortunate to have Pat Mahon and Ken Rochon on the Island Trees School Board as they have done an excellent...

From the desk of Dr. Charles Murphy

As many of you know, New York State plans to test students, in grades 3-8, on the new Common Core Learning Standards. Last year,...

Letter: Addiction: A Local Solution

I just read John Owens’ article about substance abuse and the mom’s letter about a wonderful place in Florida (“It Doesn’t Have To Be...

Letter: State Park Closings Are Unnecessary

It is troubling to imagine that Long Islanders could lose some of the most family-friendly park venues in this state and that a patriotic...