More than a dozen interviews with residents — along with national surveys measuring patriotic spirit — paint a complicated picture of how Long Islanders view their country on this most American of holidays.5m read
"A lot of folks are tired," said John Venza, vice president of residential services at Outreach New York, which operates treatment facilities across Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn. "They work in a life-and-death business and there hasn't been a break in years."5m read
Judge Dawn Jimenez wrote that the town had neither established a "clear right" to injunctive relief nor a likelihood that its lawsuit against Frank M. Flower & Sons would be successful on its merits.1m read
They, along with some elected officials, are imploring the LIRR to reconsider proposed East Side Access schedule changes they say will worsen their daily commutes.
How much ice cream can you eat in one day?1m read