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State Democrats will assemble at Hofstra University Wednesday and Thursday to pick their nominees for governor, attorney general and comptroller — and a confluence of drama within the party, high-profile guests and President Donald Trump’s Wednesday visit to the Island could make for some sparks. more
The dead humpback whale that washed up on Long Beach Friday was likely hit by a boat, experts say. The 32-foot long female humpback was found beached on Friday afternoon near Lafayette Boulevard. … more
The small-house movement — where people choose to downsize their living space in homes 100- to 400- square-feet for reasons that are both environmental and financial — has become synonymous with … more
On Tuesday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Raymond Tierney told the jury in the 10-week corruption trial of former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto and former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano that … more
Concerns about soil contamination at an Atlantic Avenue used car lot were raised at a May 9 Town of Hempstead Board of Zoning Appeals hearing, as the lot’s owner sought to receive a special … more
Officials announced this week that weekend bus service and trips to Point Lookout would be restored Saturday after the rides were eliminated last month in the midst of the city’s financial … more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and Legislator Denise Ford urged residents on May 14 to file complaints with the Department of Consumer Affairs if they experienced fraud by Hurricane Sandy … more
To address questions and concerns about the planned $176 million Western Nassau Transmission Project, PSEG Long Island held three information sessions last week — including one at the Lynbrook Public Library on May 10 — that were attended by dozens of residents. more
A year after the developer of the Superblock property, iStar Financial, threatened to sue the city for more than $100 million, the Manhattan-based firm filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Nassau County … more
By a count of 1,954 votes to 1,047, residents approved the Long Beach School District’s $140 million budget for the 2018-19 school year on Tuesday. The spending plan is about $4.6 million … more
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