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In what many are calling a major blow to the leadership of the Long Beach Democratic Committee, a New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division panel ruled last week that the nominating petitions … more
When the State Legislature begins its new session in January, the Assembly will consider two proposals that seek to limit public displays of swastikas. more
Next month, after a five-month hiatus from airplane noise, Runway 4L-22R at John F. Kennedy International Airport will reopen after undergoing an expansion to accommodate more and bigger planes — and, highly likely, bring more airplane noise to the area. more
The race for three open seats on the City Council has been heating up in the weeks leading up to the Sept. 10 Democratic primary, amid an imbroglio between the leaders of the Long Beach and Nassau … more
With Election Day less than three months away, the candidates in Nassau County’s most high-profile race this year are stepping up their political appeals — and their attacks on one … more
Henry Boitel wasn’t asking for anything complicated. He just wanted to know what’s going on at the Town of Hempstead board meetings when he wasn’t able to attend. “The public doesn’t have any idea of what’s going on at those meetings,” said Boitel, “unless they read something in the newspaper.” more
The Town of Hempstead has awarded a contract to Westbury-based Roadwork Ahead Inc. to do extensive streetscaping on the north side of Hempstead Avenue, from Westminster Avenue to Woodview Road, in West Hempstead. The work is anticipated to start in mid-September and to be completed by the end of October. more
A month after it was initially slated to open, South Nassau Communities Hospital’s free-standing emergency department on the former Long Beach Medical Center campus has finally received state and federal approval to begin operations, according to U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice and State Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky. more
Two men who entered the water at National Boulevard beach on Saturday after lifeguards went off-duty triggered a massive search and rescue operation when one of the men went missing after he was … more
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
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