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Famed Yankees’ pitcher Whitey Ford dies at 91 in G.N. home

Perhaps the greatest pitcher in the illustrious history of the New York Yankees, Edward Charles “Whitey” Ford, died at his home in Lake Success...

Yankees infielder to appear at Viscardi Center Celebrity Sports Night

BY MARY WALRATH Celebrity athletes will return to Viscardi Center on May 16 for the 53rd annual Celebrity Sports Night. This year’s fundraiser features Yankees...

Local officials bet on the Yankees-Red Sox division series

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Neil Wishinsky, chair of the Select Board of the Town of Brookline, Mass. recently placed a seafood...

Our Town: Repetition dooms many to relive their mistakes

Have you noticed that your life has a way of repeating itself? Freud called this the Repetition Compulsion and there are a few films...

Earth Matters: Why feed the birds?

By Jennifer Wilson-Pines If you haven’t already, now is the time to put up a bird feeder. With winter scarcity, birds will arrive to dine...

The fall classic and days gone by

Andrew Malekoff As the 117th World Series gets underway, I must confess that although I was a die-hard Dodgers fan in the 1950s and '60s,...

Our Town: There’s a cure for the yips

When Simone Biles, the world’s greatest gymnast, had the yips in vaulting, many athletes could sympathize. The yips are a familiar plague in sports....
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the Nassau Coliseum can open 50 percent of its seating to fully vaccinated patrons ahead of the Islanders' playoff series against the Pittsburgh Penguins. (Photo courtesy of Google Maps)

Nassau Coliseum to allocate half of seats for vaccinated fans at NHL playoffs

The Nassau Coliseum will allocate half of the seats for the New York Islanders' home playoff games to patrons who have been fully vaccinated...

Viscardi Center to honor Mike Piazza at virtual celebrity sports night

The Viscardi Center will hold its’ 54th annual Celebrity Sports Night virtually on May 20, with a pair of famous New York athletes sending...

Editorial: Greed is sometimes good on the North Shore

As the old saying goes, you steal a loaf of bread and you get 10 years in jail. You steal a railroad and you...

Jackie Robinson’s Debut

April 15, 1947 marks the 74th anniversary of Jackie Robinson Major League debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers, thus ending the decades old "gentleman's agreement"...