But declines in some other charges are expected to offset the increase.
Oceanside voters reject bond issue for heat, a/c upgrades
The bond issue failed by a margin of 1,482 no votes to 961 yes votes, said Donna Kraus, a spokeswoman for Oceanside School District.
Cuomo threatens to revoke National Grid certificate to operate
Gov. Cuomo informed the company of his intent to revoke its certificate for downstate New York following a monthslong moratorium on new gas hookups that has left thousands scrambling for service.
Forecast: Mostly clear with possible record cold
Strong winds, coupled with subfreezing temperatures will make it feel like the start of a day in mid-January day instead of two weeks before Thanksgiving.
Sikhs celebrate 550th birthday of religion's founder
Worshippers gather at temples in Nassau to honor Guru Nanak Sahib, whose teachings were based on equality and service to others.
Music tutor sent inappropriate texts, cops say
He was charged with child endangerment after, police said, he sent inappropriate texts to a teen student.
FBI: Hate crimes down on LI in 2018, spike in NYC
The Nassau police department reported 19 hate crimes and Suffolk police reported 21 such offenses.
Coast Guard names ship after NYPD officer killed on 9/11
The 154-foot-long cutter will be commissioned by 2023 in honor of Vincent G. Danz, of Farmingdale.
Joel supports regional school for the arts
The Grammy winner was part of a panel emphasizing the importance of arts in public education.
Mineola publisher to lay off 23 of its 59 workers
As part of the restructuring, Dover Publications will focus more on children's books and adult coloring books.
Democrats return to power in Glen Cove
The mayor, who won a second term and has an all-Democrat city council, said the election results are a "mandate to move things forward."