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With the swing of a sledgehammer into one of the walls of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the renovation of the 43-year-old arena officially began on Nov. 5. Nassau County Executive Ed … more
There were no surprises in the 19 races for Nassau County Legislature on Election Day, with all incumbents securing re-election. more
Madeline Singas has won the race for Nassau County District Attorney. With a commanding lead at about 11:15 p.m., Singas gave a victory speech at the Garden City Hotel, where local Democrats assembled on Election Night. more
The Herald endorses Tony Santino, a Republican from East Rockaway, for 
Town of Hempstead supervisor. more
The marquee contest on next Tuesday’s ballot in Nassau County is for district attorney. Democrat Madeline Singas, who has filled the D.A.’s seat since she replaced Kathleen Rice in January, … more
It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it. How much fun can it be it to collect taxes from the already overburded residents of the Town of Hempstead? Republican incumbent Donald X. Clavin … more
Dennis Dunne is one of the few original members remaining from when the Nassau County Legislature was formed in 1995. He has completed two decades of service representing the 15th District, which has changed shape through two redistricting processes, and now includes portions of North Wantagh, northern Seaford and Salisbury. more
The race for the Nassau County district attorney’s seat is the biggest one in the county this year. Acting District Attorney Madeline Singas, a Democrat, is being challenged by Town of … more
The race for Town of Hempstead supervisor pits longtime Councilman Anthony Santino, a self-described conservative Republican from East Rockaway, against Bellmore-based community and gun-control activist Rita Kestenbaum, a Democrat. more
When the East Meadow Kiwanis Club installs its new officers, one name you don’t see inducted is Gary Fromowitz. While many club members move up the hierarchical ladder, ascending from secretary to president, Fromowitz stays right where he is as the club’s vice president. more
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