The Weekender: 5 Things to Do on Long Island This Weekend

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Things to do on Long Island this weekend include concerts, fundraisers, and a musical performance.

80% of Metro NYers Say Gov’t Failing in Covid Testing, Poll Reveals

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Eighty percent of New Yorkers living in the metro area say the government should be doing more to make Covid testing widely available and has failed in the effort thus far, results from a new poll reveal.

U.S. to Distribute 400M Free N95 Masks at CVS, Walgreens in Covid Fight

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The U.S. government will make 400 million non-surgical "N95" masks from its strategic national stockpile available for free to the public starting next week, a White House official said, as the Biden administration tries to curb the Covid-19 pandemic.

Modern Water Mill Home With Water Views Asks $4.65M

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A modern waterfront home in Water Mill boasts walls of glass that illuminate the space with natural light and offers stunning views of Mill Pond from nearly every room.

Power Women Podcast: Jane Hanson, Emmy Award Winning Television Journalist, Media/Presentation/Video Coach

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Jane Hanson, an Emmy award winning television journalist, speaks of the people who impacted her early life, her role as, an Emmy award winning television journalist and what her secrets to success are.

Start 2022 Finding A New Job or Filling that Open Position in Your Company

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The Long Island Press has always been a trusted source for employers to find quality local applicants. Now, with its Jobs Board having gone online, there’s a convenient, cost-effective, and searchable dashboard — great for the new year!

Is NJ Diet Safe?

As the battle to lose weight continues to climb, millions of individuals sift through the continuous cycle of plans and programs promising significant weight loss. Some programs focus on specific food groups, while others restrict specific nutritional components. While these low-fat, low-carb, protein-rich, or other combinations cause the scale to slide on the program, many people struggle with long-lasting...

Blakeman Orders Nassau Police to Release Daily Reports to Show ‘Potential Threat’ of Cashless Bail

Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman signed an executive order Wednesday stating that Nassau County Police Department must release daily reports on each arrested individual’s pending criminal case and bail status.

Back at .500, NY Islanders Will Try to ‘Climb Out of the Pool’

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With the roster almost back to 100% and finally jelling, the Islanders are showing the sort of form and resiliency that made them back-to-back Stanley Cup semifinalists. 

The Cutest DIY Valentine’s Day Card Ideas for Kids

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Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! We all know that handmade cards from your little ones are always the best kind of gift, and we have some creative ideas that will make your cards a little more special this year!

Zeldin, State Republicans Assail Hochul’s Massive Budget, Record Campaign Contributions

Feeling a congressional midterm red wave, New York State Republican gubernatorial candidates and statewide officials took off the gloves in denouncing both Gov. Kathy Hochul’s record state budget and her massive fundraising haul in the latest filing period.

Celebrate National Catholic Schools Week Jan. 30-Feb. 5

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During National Catholic Schools Week, many Catholic institutions on Long Island will host open houses and sponsor recruitment campaigns for the upcoming school year.