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Not even retirement can slow down Peter King. After 28 years in the U.S. House — including a two-year stint as chair of the House Homeland Security Committee — as well as more than two decades serving on both the Hempstead town council and as Nassau County comptroller, King finds himself busier than ever. more
As every day new stories and allegations come to light regarding fabulist Representative of New York’s 3rd Congressional District George Santos, politicians at both the local and state level have continued to call for his resignation or expulsion. On Wednesday morning Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan, a Democrat who ran unsuccessfully in the Congressional Democratic primary, paid yet another visit to Santos’ district headquarters in Douglaston, Queens, to announce his new legislation, the G.E.O.R.G.E. package. more
U.S. Rep. George Santos recused himself on Tuesday from the House Science, Space and Technology and Small Business committees in the midst of continuing public interest in his questionable past, as well as ongoing investigations about how he financed his successful November campaign. more
The crowd that gathered at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County on Jan. 18 stared at a large screen on which an elderly woman was answering questions from Zachary Graulich, the center’s director of programs, who sat in the audience. more
As more and more allegations and horror stories come out against Republican, New York Representative George Santos, the embattled conservative has doubled down and refused calls from constituents, Democrats and members of his own party to resign. While appearing on Steve Bannon’s podcast “War Room,” hosted by Florida Representative Matt Gaetz on Jan. 12, Santos said he would only step down if every single person who voted for him asked him to. more
In recognition of the city’s veterans, the Glen Cove Public Library and the Veterans Services Department are continuing their Glen Cove Salutes program, giving the community an opportunity to sponsor military tribute banners that will be displayed on lampposts across Morgan Park from Memorial Day through Veterans Day. They are also expanding the program to incorporate a commemorative website and an essay contest for middle and high school aged children who are Glen Cove residents.  more
George Santos has faced stiff opposition from his colleagues since arriving at Capitol Hill last week. It looks like he won’t be having an easy time at home, either. Republican leaders from across the county gathered at GOP headquarters in Westbury Thursday and called on Rep. George Santos to resign after his trail of fabrications. The news conference was led by Nassau GOP chairman Joseph Cairo, Jr. more
Carlos “Charlie” Vazquez wiped away tears of gratitude on Tuesday when he saw the crowd of people waving colorful pompoms and heard clapping and cheering in the lobby of Glen Cove Hospital. He was leaving at last, after being hospitalized for over 100 days. more
Glen Cove city officials, the local community and faith leaders from across the North Shore gathered on Monday to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as they have done for the past 39 years. more
The people of New York’s Congressional 3rd District are getting louder with their disapproval for the U.S. Rep. George Santos. Last Saturday morning, dozens of protestors gathered outside his reported district office in Douglaston, Queens — which remains closed and still sports an awning with the name of former Democratic Congressman Tom Suozzi.  more
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