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John Novello, a Hewlett Harbor resident who ran for trustee last year, was arraigned on a grand jury indictment on Sept. 5 for allegedly stealing more than $59,000 from the Cedarhurst Republican Committee. He was arrested on the same day. more
Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin called on County Comptroller Jack Schnirman to resign on Tuesday amid an investigation into a “payout scandal” in Long Beach that Clavin … more
Orthodox Union leaders from across the United States and Canada, including OU Executive Vice President Allen Fagin, a Woodmere resident, and OU President Moishe Bane, of Lawrence, met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on July 16... more
Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen announced the full slate of Democratic candidates for the upcoming November election on July 23 at Wynsum Avenue Park in south Merrick. more
The Nassau County Veterans Service Agency’s annual summer Veteran Stand Down welcomed hundreds of Long Island vets on Tuesday in Freeport. The biannual event last took place in November, shortly … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed into law the Green Light Bill allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain New York state driver’s licenses. The State Assembly and Senate approved the measure in June. New York joins 12 other states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico in passing such legislation. more
To obtain resident opinion on such diverse topics as flood mitigation, zoning, and wildlife, the Village of Woodsburgh held an open house at Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library on June 27 and an online survey until July 12. more
As part of what Seawane Country Club officials earlier in the year called a 10-year plan to sustain the 91-year-old Hewlett Harbor facility, they have submitted an application to subdivide two lots, sell the parcels for residential development to create revenue for the club, which is struggling financially as membership has declined. more
The vacant Superfund site at 175 Roger Ave. in Inwood has generated interest from bidders since the building demolition was completed in February, however one of the bidders claims his offers was disregarded by Nassau County. more
Nearly three years have passed, but the Nassau County Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study to examine, in part, if storm gates can be installed at the Jones and East Rockaway inlets, will require more time, according to Scott Sanderson, section chief of coastal planning for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. more
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