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MTA to test fare cuts at LIRR stations across Brooklyn and Queens

NEW YORK, N.Y. —  LIRR riders in underserved areas of Brooklyn and Queens may soon see a fare cut to Atlantic Terminal, according to the MTA. 198 more words

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A Room of One's Own; Graduating Long Island

I know A Room of One’s Own is mostly meant to be for women, but despite that it still resonates with me. At the bare minimum, yes absolutely I need a place where I can have a fixed income and my own private space and absolutely no outside distractions or inside distractions (internal distress; anxiety; overthinking). 940 more words

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'We Just Want Our Community Back:' Long Islanders Upset Over 'Clustering' Of Ex-Cons In Residential Neighborhoods

GORDON HEIGHTS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Just how much can one community take?

There are multiple neighborhoods in New York where the state has clustered paroled ex-cons, and innocent families are paying the price. 466 more words

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William Floyd’s Top Two Students

Found this great story from 5/17/2018, by RANDALL WASZYNSKI, in the Long Island Advance – thanks for tip, Marc Rauch.

A Latina and a Pakistani get the honors at Lee Zeldin’s old high school.  646 more words

The Issues that Matter in NY CD-1

From: Steven Lupo  as posted on FaceBook:

I was knocking on doors for Kate Maguire Browning today. At one of the first homes I went to, a young woman answered the door. 353 more words

Teddy’s Summer White House

Located in the tranquil community of Oyster Bay,  Sagamore Hill was the only house Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States from 1901 to 1909, ever owned. 735 more words

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