Reformer Rachael Rollins would be the first woman of color to serve as Suffolk County's district attorney.
In addition, New York State has allocated $388 million for sewerage along four major rivers flowing into The Great South
Elizabeth Moore's case study points the way. It's time to consider what she's uncovered and to create a Long Island for the
To me, the only thing that feels better than walking in a LGBT pride parade is watching LGBT youth walk in pride. I've seen tears stream down their faces as they are celebrated and validated and applauded by crowds for who they are.
They have come together to a degree not previously seen on Long Island, because of the importance of Governor Cuomo's LIRR
Coleman is a genius at describing Murphy's state of mind. He describes the melancholia and depression that haunt his nights
There is now no doubt about the magnitude of the problem and the culprit, and that provides a basis for unified action.
Long Island's research institutions are key to the region's economic activity and potential growth. We should see them not as ivory towers but as vital parts of the engine that powers the region -- and its future prosperity.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Brookhaven Supervisor Edward P. Romaine, and Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter deserve
Given that New York has the most segregated schools in America, according to the Civil Rights Project at UCLA, these studies should be the basis for a regional commitment to addressing these inequities.