After a contentious special election, Tom Suozzi has won back his old seat in Congress with 5.8. Despite a vigorous campaign by his Republican opponent Mazi Melesa Pilip, Suozzi’s election …
By Will Sheeline | 2/13/24
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman's efforts to bring in Hofstra University president Susan Poser before the county legislature will have to wait until February.
By Brandon Cruz | 1/26/24
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman ordered Hofstra University president Susan Poser to appear in front of the county legislature next week. But it seems Blakeman and others will have to wait until at least February.
By Brandon Cruz | 1/18/24
The battle between Nassau County and Hofstra University appears to be heating up beyond the legal action between the two. County Executive Bruce Blakeman says he has subpoenaed Hofstra president Susan Poser, accusing her of colluding with a competing casino organization in an effort to derail plans by Las Vegas Sands to redevelop the Nassau Coliseum.
By Brandon Cruz | 1/17/24
Gov. Kathy Hochul recently signed legislation aligning many odd-year local elections with statewide and legislative elections that are held in even-numbered years. Hochul said she believed the …
By Jordan Vallone | 1/5/24
Nassau County Legislator Siela Bynoe has officially announced her run for the State Senate during a campaign rally in Westbury earlier this month. She looks to take over the seat currently held by Kevin Thomas, who has already made clear he intends to run for Congress.
By Brandon Cruz | 12/24/23
George Santos has become the first congressman to be expelled from the U.S. House of Representatives without first being convicted of a felony since the Civil War.
By Laura Lane | 12/1/23
They don’t just want to pause rent increases in rent-stabilized apartments in Nassau County. They want to go back to 2021, before the Nassau County Rent Guidelines Board allowed 2 percent …
By Brandon Cruz | 6/19/23
U.S. Rep. George Santos was arrested this morning, turning himself in on a 13-count indictment accusing him of wire fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds, and making materially false statements to the U.S. House of Representatives, where he serves.
STAFF REPORT | 5/10/23
There are nearly two-dozen more conditional cannabis dispensary licenses on their way to Long Island. But thanks to local pushback in a number of Nassau County communities, chances are very low one …
By Brendan Carpenter | 4/18/23