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Multiple voter outreach groups from around the New York metro area are doing their part to register as many minority voters as possible in advance of this year’s state and local elections. Next … more
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages has launched her outreach program, “Assembly in Your Area,” for the summer. Solages her staff will be in key locations to meet with residents and discuss issues … more
Months before the crowds flocked to the beaches in September 2011 to watch professional surfers like Kelly Slater during the Quiksilver Pro New York — the largest pro surfing competition ever held … more
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara added more charges to the indictment against Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, late in the day on Tuesday, July 21. Skelos, 67, and his son Adam, 32, were already charged with six counts stemming from what Bharara said was a scheme in which Skelos was trading favors with businesses in exchange for payments made to his son. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last week that Freeport was one of 14 Long Island municipalities to be awarded a grant to help develop resilient and clean energy. The grant, part of a competition … more
The Supreme Court’s recent ruling allowing same-sex marriage in all 50 states is a monumental victory for civil rights, says the Rev. Christopher Hofer, rector of the Church of St. Jude in Wantagh. more
Peter King will not be trading his modest home in Seaford for the White House. The Republican congressman announced last week that he would not run for president, ending two years of speculation. more
The Valley Stream Board of Trustees endorsed three of Trustee Vincent Grasso’s four proposed sustainability initiatives on Monday, which Grasso scaled back in scope after he held a series of … more
Long Beach police are investigating another shooting that occurred at the Channel Park Homes on Monday, less than a month after a 4-year-old boy was grazed by a stray bullet at the housing … more
The city slapped a former career firefighter with two summonses on Monday after he allegedly performed unlicensed work on a home that officials claim led to a small fire. Firefighters responded … more
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