County police, D.A. work to ‘dismantle’ MS-13

As of Sept. 6, five men charged with Angel Soler’s death were imprisoned at the Nassau County jail, awaiting indictment or trial.

Baldwin must overcome inexperience

Baldwin will need to overcome its youth to make a run at the Nassau Class AA boys’ soccer playoffs a year after sneaking in as the No. 12 seed with a senior-laden club.

State Senator launches Long Island Rail Road survey

In an effort to measure customer satisfaction, State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a Democrat from Long Beach, launched a survey asking commuters for their opinions on Long Island Rail Road service quality and dependability.

County picks developer for Nassau Hub

Uniondale-based RXR Realty and BSE Global, which operates the Nassau Coliseum, will work together on a $1.5 billion venture to build housing, retail and office space on a 77-acre lot of land known as …

Dunne, King Sweeney propose more vaping laws

Vapes and e-cigarette retailers throughout the Town of Hempstead would have to post large signs about the devices’ dangers to consumers, in a conspicuous location at their place of business, if a proposal by Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney of Wantagh and Councilman Dennis Dunne of Levittown is approved.

Editorial

Hempstead board must allow election debate

One Republican Town Board member endorsed and another offered support for Laura Gillen, a Democrat, when she was elected Hempstead supervisor last November, so she — and most voters — were hoping for . . .

There is more to Baldwin than Grand and Merrick

Because I’m a native of Baldwin, the vitality of Grand Avenue is near and dear to my heart, and addressing the economic and developmental needs of the corridor is a focal point of my …

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