- A bill that would limit nitrogen content in lawn and garden fertilizer is being drafted by County Legislator Bill Lindsay.
- Cross-endorsement deals give Suffolk’s Conservative Party far too much sway.
- Why all East End residents need to embrace local agriculture, support it and promote it.
- Less than half of all kids in the U.S. today live with both biological parents until they reach adulthood. The impacts of this— on the children and society as a whole — are legion. Here’s what parents who live apart need to do to help their children thrive. Advice from former family court judge Greg Blass.
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Zeldin: Combatting opioid epidemic requires more funding for treatment, education and law enforcementCongressman Lee Zeldin: In the coming weeks, Congress will take up legislation to provide funding for a three-pronged approach to combat the heroin and opioid abuse epidemic.
- Several years after the Town Board adopted the master plan, it quietly changed one word, creating a giant loophole that effectively unraveled the result of years of planning.
- A $15 minimum wage would hurt Long Island’s farmers and small businesses.
- The Family Community Life Center t will serve the entire community and surrounding area for many years to come.
- When tragedy hits close to home, it really makes you stop and think.
‘Why did you have to write about that?’ Reporting local news is tough when someone you like and respect is arrestedWe don’t enjoy reporting bad news, though people — despite what they say — love to read it. Crime reporting is fraught with difficulties, including, sometimes, grappling with your own emotions.