Monthly Archives: October 2018

Town Of Hempstead: ‘You Can Charge For Air’

Passage puts end to costly lawsuit The Town of Hempstead Town Board put an official end to a litigious chapter in its recent history. On Oct....

Steer Clear Of Dangerous Houses This Halloween

While costumed kids hit the streets with candy on the brain this Halloween, parents will be concerned with something else entirely—safety. But it’s not the...

Editorial: Suppression Depression

“Our votes don’t count anyway, so why should I bother?” You’ve surely heard this or a similar sentiment from someone in your life, or said...

School District To Host Bond Referendum Vote

The possibility of expanding local schools will be on the voting ballot at the Floral Park-Bellerose School District bond referendum vote on Tuesday, Oct....

Belmont’s Overdevelopment To Cause Problems For Village

Concerned residents of Floral Park along with local politicians and their representatives filled the room at the Floral Park Recreation Center last week to...

Editorial: Panic At The Park

Last Saturday, 30,000 people stampeded out of Central Park. They abandoned their beach towels, their sneakers, their snacks and all hope of seeing Janet...
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Editorial: Youthful Indiscretion

The result of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing notwithstanding, the trials of the potential Supreme Court nominee have once again shed light on a painful...