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Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a settlement with J.A.M. Construction Corp. (JAM), a subcontractor that performed carpentry work at a Manhattan affordable housing project. JAM, … more
Amid criticism from Republicans who have called him a “faux reformer” in his bid for the State Senate, Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky on Monday signed a pledge circulated by good-government groups … more
Dean Skelos, the former State Senate majority leader who was convicted on multiple corruption charges along with his son Adam earlier this year, is seeking community service rather than prison time, saying that his lifetime of good works should be weighed when he is sentenced next month. more
Nassau County police are increasing patrols up through Easter weekend as an added precaution in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium early Tuesday morning. more
A Rockville Centre woman was sentenced to 1 1/3 to 4 years in prison for the drunk driving manslaughter of her friend in September 2013. Asya Ulmer, 24, was found guilty in August by a Nassau … more
The Nassau County Police Department Missing Persons Squad reported at 3:51 Friday, March 4, that Gady Pozuelos has been found. more
The Long Beach International Film Festival will host an Academy Awards party and food tasting event at the Madison Theatre in Rockville Centre on Feb. 28. This year, the LBIFF is raising funds for … more
On Feb. 11, Denise DeCrescito and her husband, Christopher, would have celebrated the 32nd anniversary of their first meeting. On Feb. 17, the couple would have celebrated their 20th wedding … more
The Nassau County Police Department has reported 116 tire and rim larcenies throughout Nassau County since September of last year. Police say that individuals are targeting mostly newer model Mercedes-Benz, Honda, and Toyota vehicles. The larcenies are occurring in the overnight hours between midnight and 4 a.m. more
Flanked by fellow Democratic lawmakers and representatives of Long Island nonprofit groups on Monday, Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran, of Baldwin, called on the State Legislature to pass a measure that would “raise the age” of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18. more
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