Nothing has been done to fix a crumbling retaining wall on Glen Cove Avenue in the nearly six months since the Herald Gazette first reported on it. That may be about to change. No one was sure …
Voters in the East Rockaway School District approved a $27.7 million bond on Nov. 14 to fund upgrades and repairs to all three district buildings.
Residents in the Oceanside School District voted down a proposed $50 million bond for a capital project on Nov. 12.
The Nassau County District Attorney’s Public Corruption Bureau executed a search of the Town of Hempstead Building department on Monday, according to local news reports. According to those …
Former Town of Hempstead Councilman Edward Ambrosino has been sentenced to six months in prison and three years supervised release for tax evasion. He was also ordered by a federal judge to pay …
The Village of Lynbrook Board voted on Monday to approve a plan for a four-story, 80-unit luxury rental apartment complex at the site of the Lynbrook Motor Inn, formerly known as the Capri.
Long Beach City Hall, including the Long Beach police and fire department headquarters, were evacuated briefly on Tuesday after a woman brought two mortar shells to the police headquarters in an …
Village of Freeport officials are expressing concern about a new state law set to take effect in January that will require the village to immediately turn over all evidence in criminal cases to the Nassau County district attorney’s office.
Representatives of New York state and VHB Engineering, a consulting team, fielded questions from members of the public at the first meeting of the Baldwin Downtown Revitalization Initiative Local …
“It’s not about me.” So saying, John Thrissen kicked off the 28th Annual John Theissen Children’s Foundation Toy and Fund Drive on Monday, Nov. 11 that will run through Dec. 23. Formerly …
As federal officials propose rolling back water protection regulations, Long Island is struggling to find a solution to the problem of its increasingly contaminated drinking water supply.
The Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce hosted its 35th annual Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast on Oct. 18, and 36 small-business owners were recognized for the contributions they make to their communities.
The weird thing is, everyone in the room is pretending that the top presidential candidates aren’t really old.
Long Island homeowners and businesses labor under some of the nation’s highest taxes. In addition to New York state’s high income taxes, property taxes here . . .
Neighboring Suffolk County is home to the largest population of veterans of any county in New York state — a proud distinction that also gives us Long Islanders a profound responsibility to provide them with all the services they need.
When government officials promote their programs, they attach a cost to them, and in many cases the numbers and the claims don’t add up. We call it fuzzy math.