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A number of Democrats and Republicans called on Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto to resign on Thursday following their arrests on federal corruption … more
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, along with his wife, Linda, and Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto, were arrested early Thursday on a 13-county indictment, according to published reports. more
New York state was recently awarded a $3.2 billion settlement from Morgan Stanley after the firm’s scheme to market mortgage-backed securities contributed to the collapse of the housing market in 2008 and the ensuing recession. Ironically, the state is awarding millions of that settlement to local municipalities to clean up thousands of vacant and abandoned properties that have been dubbed “zombie homes,” many of which have been vacant since the housing crisis and Superstorm Sandy. more
Nassau Police reported the arrest of a 19-year-old Bronx man for at least two Lakeview robberies that over occurred over the past week. more
An Elmont man was arrested and charged on Oct. 11 in connection with a dozen burglaries and attempted burglaries across central Nassau County, including at locations in Merrick, Elmont, Floral Park, … more
Legendary musician Billy Joel will perform the first show at the new Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. The announcement signifies the venue’s reopening after undergoing an extensive renovation. more
Long Island Rail Road riders were advised on Sunday morning to expect delays and heavier-than-usual passenger volume on trains on the Babylon Branch, which runs along the South Shore, after a LIRR train derailed outside New Hyde Park around 9:10 p.m. on Saturday. more
Part one in an ongoing series. People arrive on Long Island from points around the world. According to statistics, the pace of immigration has accelerated over the past two decades, changing the face of Long Island, which was known for years as a largely white suburb of New York City. Over the next seven weeks, the Herald will document the lives of the immigrants and people of color who are rapidly transforming Long Island’s demographics and reshaping its educational, political and economic landscapes. more
Alexandre Renoir has very big shoes — or certainly a big canvas — to fill. An accomplished painter in his own right, he is the great-grandson of the great French impressionist Pierre-Auguste … more
Hofstra University played host on Sept. 26 to the first of three presidential debates this year, pitting Democrat Hillary Clinton against Republican Donald Trump in what the pundits most often … more
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