The former Nassau County executive is now scheduled to begin his 12-year sentence of incarceration on July 13 following his 2019 corruption conviction.1m read1m read
"There's such a narrative that drives Brentwood, where some people view it as a war zone, which is ridiculous," said advisory board founder Ahmad Perez. "We're a thriving community. And we refuse to let our voices be unheard."2m read2m read
Saltaire voters will choose two trustees in Friday's village election, while a current trustee faces no competition in his bid for mayor.1m read1m read
The town filed a lawsuit against the DEC and Frank M. Flower & Sons, seeking a temporary restraining order to cease the company's use of a permit allowing the shellfishing.1m read1m read
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They are only allowed in the hamlet at banks and pharmacies, but an amended code would permit drive-thrus at restaurants, coffee shops and cafes.1m read1m read
Higher natural gas costs are eating up much of the expected savings, which will take years to amass.2m read2m read
He says the new district no longer includes communities and schools he'd fought for during six years in office.2m read2m read
The Republican Nassau County executive has hired at least five leaders of local GOP political clubs for key county jobs, records obtained by Newsday show.4m read4m read
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman said in a complaint that Edward Farbenblum, former chairman of the board that runs NUMC, breached his fiduciary duties.4m read4m read
Samantha Segal, the former executive director of the Suffolk Board of Ethics, received the settlement after filing complaints about antisemitism on the job.2m read2m read
Big changes aimed at cutting noise and traffic are about to go into effect. But will they work?4m read4m read
Joseph Scannell, a longtime Nassau legislator, was dedicated to constituents.2m read2m read
It will be held on June 13 at 7 p.m. at the WCBS-TV broadcast center in Manhattan.
Under a new proposal, Suffolk County elected officials would be barred from serving more than 12 years in the same office.2m read2m read
Federal lawmakers from LI have proposed a bill that would allow lapsed LIRR riders to recoup money that's been locked in transit benefit fund accounts since the beginning of the pandemic.2m read2m read
The district believes it could lower rates for about 80% of former NYAW customers in East Massapequa though the buyout.1m read1m read
Political scientists say Zeldin's different statements shows just how politically dicey the abortion issue is for the conservative Republican.3m read3m read
Also, a state judge dismisses a bid to force the redrawing of state Assembly districts ahead of this year's elections.1m read1m read
CEO Joe Nolan said the potential sale was prompted by "record-setting prices" for other wind-farm leases in a recent federal auction1m read1m read
The statewide GOP ticket has all downstaters: Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) and his running mate Alison Esposito, an NYPD officer. Newsday's Faith Jessie discusses what the Republican strategy is with Joye Brown.
Rep. Lee Zeldin of Shirley was named the Republican designee for governor on Tuesday.
Long Islanders speak about the fight to protect voting rights. Newsday's Faith Jessie reports.
Ukranian Americans on Long Island reacted on Thursday to Russia's invasion of their homeland, fearing for their families caught up in the conflict. Newsday's Cecilia Dowd reports.
The president, who was joined by Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, also called on Congress to act on gun control reforms.3m read3m read
The bill, which contains $7 billion more than Biden's plan from last month, won wide bipartisan support.3m read3m read
Biden also pressed Congress to codify the nearly 50-year-old Supreme Court ruling and enshrine into U.S. law what he described as a "fundamental" right for women.2m read2m read
A draft opinion circulated among justices suggests that earlier this year a majority of them had thrown support behind overturning the case that legalized abortion nationwide, according to a report.Long read6m read