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...

Strong Arming The Third Track

It is disheartening to know that an MTA LIRR representative is visiting homeowners along the LIRR right-of-way, the 9.8-mile stretch the Third Track is...

Letter: Nassau Needs A Law Enforcer, Not Another Politician

By definition, a district attorney upholds and enforces the laws that are being broken or challenged within her jurisdiction. She must carry out her...

From The Desk Of Senator Jack Martins: March 27, 2014

Putting Our House In OrderI want to take a moment to clear some things up. There’s been speculation in the New York and Washington...

Letter: Teachers Deserve Better

I believe in freedom of the press; however, the April 8-14 editorial cartoon was a bit over-the-top with its blatant portrayal of union teachers...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson – September 18, 2009

Johnson Announces Passage of Green Jobs/Green New York InitiativeIn a major step toward rebuilding New York’s crippled economy and rescuing the state’s energy consumers,...

Letter: A Midsummer Classic

On Saturday, July 14, the “Senator Jack M. Martins Classic 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament” took place at Elmont’s Dutch Broadway School. Once again, the tournament...

Letter: Vote Singas

I’ve known Madeline Singas for 30 years, and throughout that time she’s been a person who stands for all that is right in this...

The Mayor’s Corner: June 19, 2014

Village At Belmont Starting GateThe excitement of this year’s 146th running of the Belmont Stakes and the potential for a Triple Crown also brought...