Some pandemic pets face a sad end

Trend toward "rehoming" dogs deprives them of the "furever" homes they deserve.

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Rising at last from ashes in Queens

New Willets Point project is a reminder of what's possible at the Nassau Hub.

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Colorado shootings are another red flag

It should be no surprise that hateful words again led to hateful actions.

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Recalling a summer camp for Nazis

Theater play about Camp Siegfried reminds us that the fight against hate never ends.

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Transit riding is still a risky business

The MTA should designate mask-only cars to help those still at risk from COVID-19.

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Serving up a big, hot bowl of tradition

The closure of a Plainview deli reminds us that change is constant, and difficult.

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Click on Suffolk BOE, and Bingo, you get the GOP!

That's a relatively even party split compared with 2020, the last time federal and state offices were on the general election ballot. In that year, 20,688 Democrats came out for the first weekend, along with 7,528 Republicans.

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As Great Neck goes, so goes the Island?

That's a relatively even party split compared with 2020, the last time federal and state offices were on the general election ballot. In that year, 20,688 Democrats came out for the first weekend, along with 7,528 Republicans.

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Heed students on Pride issue

They know the need for safe spaces and the outcome when that's taken away.

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A better future 73 years in the making

Persistence on the LIRR's third track shows that big changes are possible.

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Putting together LI life sciences pieces

New state money, leaders, spark hope for turnaround for a long-dormant industry.

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Rejecting Pride Alliance isn't right

Yeshiva University's move hurts students who are seeking support and acceptance.

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Online far better than being on a line

Passport-renewal experiment shows virtual services should be expanded.

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When summer meant the Catskills

With those vaunted hotels long gone, we plan to make new memories in new places.

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Fauci offered sound guidance on COVID

If only more people listened more and pushed back less.

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Another virus, another mixed message

With monkeypox, health officials are repeating their COVID-19 mistakes.

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Williams' farewell has a familiar ring

For many struggling women, there's no such thing as the work-life balance.

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Can the Coliseum curse ever be lifted?

After decades of failure, time is running out to finally renovate the Nassau Hub.

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Condemn the haters, not just hate

Republican leaders shouldn't ignore the roots of antisemitism in Nassau flyers.

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Mack not serving Nassau's LIRR riders

MTA board member seems more concerned with personal affronts than commuter worries.

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Take the brakes off congestion pricing

Political opposition is understandable but also misguided and short-sighted.

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Game of warehouse musical chairs

Amazon's iffy jobs pledge underscores mistake in rejecting headquarters plan.

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Adults are in need of summer camp, too

Going into the woods for walks, classes creates anew the joy we felt as children.

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CEO-employee salary gap widens

Companies continue to emphasize profits over fairness and the welfare of employees.

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Grim list of the dead grows longer

Sept. 11 continues to claim victims, and we must remember and honor them.

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Remember the faces of Uvalde's kids

The dreams and plans that died in their classroom robbed us of a better future.

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A fresh approach to development issues

New heads of LI regional council focus on child care and workforce training.

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Scant oversight bred baby formula crisis

Infants' needs and manufacturers' lobbying power has led to less accountability.

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Inconsistency fuels vaccine protests

A lack of logical policies and reasoned explanations hurts the cause of safety.

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The long wait for children's vaccines

Parents are growing frustrated with the delay in approving shots for young ones.

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Town must listen to Baldwin residents

Power trip by Hempstead officials ignores pleas for redevelopment.

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LI concerns about NYC are mounting

The city must address safety and other issues to bring Long Islanders back.

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Keeping your doctor visits is critical

A breast cancer scare showed me the importance of maintaining appointments.

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Keep on teaching the Holocaust

The death of Julius Eisenstein reminds us to never forget those awful events.

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What's Long Island's next big thing? 

Urgency is needed to move projects forward that can shape region's future.

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LIRR Third Track is finally on track

Garden City's pushback on bridge permit was but a temporary delay.

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Marshall: COVID-19 shot still the best answer

New data shows the unfortunate consequences of not getting the vaccine.

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Marshall: The COVID vaccine war will continue

Mandatory school vaccinations are the next front in an ugly battle.

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Marshall: Masks come off, but school wars rage on

Critics are finding new topics to attack even as the mask mandate ends.

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Marshall: Amazon-city breakup still reverberates

A lack of vision, courage among leaders had ripple effects in the region.

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Marshall: A shift in Hempstead Village housing

Projects are finally getting hearings and, hopefully, approvals when deserved.

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Marshall: LI housing another house of cards?

We should heed the warning signs of a crisis among current homeowners.

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The Point: Moving away, again? 

New York holds the distinction of being the state with the third largest exodus

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The Point: Ins and outs of the MTA board

Wednesday marked the first board meeting without Larry Schwartz, Cuomo's controversial appointee.

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Marshall: Time for adults to learn from students

Kids who succeed while wearing masks are a powerful example of coping.

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The Point: Running free

Congressional aspirant Cait Corrigan's signature issue is what she calls "medical freedom."

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Marshall: The hate that always walks among us

The attack on a Texas synagogue reminds us that we always need to be vigilant.

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Marshall: A Bronx fire is a warning for everyone

Sunday's tragedy should lead us to re-examine our own homes for safety.

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The Point: Behind the mask

The fallout from his executive order continued to ripple through the state Friday.

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The Point: Suozzi pitches campaign for governor

Don’t be surprised if you get a call from Rep. Tom Suozzi sometime next week....

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