Nearly 5,000 teens will die in a car crash this year. We need to take reckless driving seriously and we need to bring this crucial issue to the forefront now.
What can be done about having the people on Wantagh Avenue making sure their sidewalks are cleared so the school children walking to school can get there safely?
As the father of a 3-year-old contemplating his daughter’s future educational opportunities, a recent encounter with some parents who home-school their kids has gotten me thinking about the difficulties of educating a child in a country of such profoundly disquieting intellectual shortcomings.
“Tis the Season” has an entirely different meaning for victims/survivors of drunk-driving crashes.
Response to Census 2010 recruiting efforts has been overwhelming, but New York Regional Census Center (NYRCC) officials are still testing applicants for possible future employment in hard to count areas in which the questionnaire mailback response rate has traditionally been low and which may face challenges such as language barriers or cultural isolation.
Parents are continually forewarned by media reports about the importance of buying safe toys, but there’s another quintessential holiday item that poses great danger: Christmas lights.
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 budget deficit, 26-year high unemployment and deteriorating fiscal condition, taxpayers should be angry at Albany’s broken status quo.
I have Christian, Jewish, Moslem, agnostic and atheist friends. (I do get around). Around this time of year, they say “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Hanukkah,” “Joyous Ramadan,” and “Happy Holidays.”
As part of the Nassau County Police Department’s Stop DWI Holiday Enforcement Initiative, Commissioner Lawrence W. Mulvey and County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi announce that 75 individuals were arrested for Driving While Ability Impaired by Alcohol and/or Drugs from 11 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 25 through 7 a.m. Monday, Nov. 30.
The Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) provides free monthly legal consultation clinics for Nassau County residents 65 or older. Seniors have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an attorney who volunteers to provide a half-hour private consultation on any topic of concern. The next Senior Citizen Free Legal Consultation Clinic will be held Tuesday, Dec. 15, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at NCBA, 15th and West streets, Mineola.
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