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Amid mounting pressure from local residents and elected officials, and a lawsuit filed against them, Nassau Regional Off Track Betting said it has withdrawn its plan to establish a gaming facility inside a former Fortunoff in the Source Mall in Westbury. more
State Sen. Dean Skelos, the Senate’s majority leader and one of the most powerful elected leaders in Albany, is refuting a story aired by WNBC on Thursday, reporting that U.S. Attorney Preet … more
From the urgent, breaking news reports last week, one might have thought that a young, dynamic world leader was cut down in his prime. However, it was actually the 90-year-old king of Saudi Arabia . . . more
Last week, President Obama and Governor Cuomo gave their annual addresses on the nation and state, and both focused a good portion of their speeches on education. While both placed a heavy emphasis on charter schools, they were far apart on other issues. more
Governor Cuomo certainly puts the “bully” in bully pulpit. In his State of the State address . . . more
The decision earlier this month by Nassau Regional Off Track Betting to establish a gaming facility in Westbury has been met with strong opposition . . . more
One thing that can be said about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State speech on Jan. 21 was that he didn’t shy away from most of the hard issues. more
Broadway will be coming to Wantagh next week, as the high school Drama Club will be presenting “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” There will be five shows, with curtain opening Wednesday night. more
An Article 78 lawsuit filed in Nassau County Supreme Court on Friday by local governments, residents and civic groups requested the court to temporarily block Nassau Off Track Betting from conducting contract negotiations to lease a space inside the Source Mall in Westbury, where the agency plans to establish a video lottery terminal. more
United Water is making changes at the sewage treatment plants, including the Cedar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is expected to realize a $12 million savings to taxpayers this year. more
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