Nassau assessor: Some property tax bills could rise
The Nassau County assessor said Monday that some county residents could see tax bills rise
Flanagan: Heavy-spending NYSUT among 'forces of evil'
New York’s top Republican on Monday called a powerful teachers’ union one of the “forces
Jury acquits 3 of homicide in nursing home death
A jury Monday cleared three health care workers of negligently causing the death of an
A murder case veers into unusual, unnerving territory
The first time a Suffolk jury heard the murder case against a Binghamton man, the
GOP-controlled board trims Gillen's $432M budget plan
Weeks after Laura Gillen proposed her first Hempstead Town budget as supervisor, the Republican-controlled town
LI eateries serving crazy Bloody Marys
These Bloody Marys are anything but basic.
Group's task: How to spend $9.7M to boost downtown
A committee is on the clock to meet a state-imposed deadline to determine how to
See the wild (and weird) collection at LI museum
Specimens range from exotic insects and taxidermy to ancient shrunken heads.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65
Earlier this month Allen said the cancer he was treated for in 2009, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma,
Warren DNA test points to American Indian heritage
BOSTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA analysis that