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He was an obscure candidate from Island Park who went up against a Republican powerhouse — and won. His name was Al D’Amato, who would go on to serve 18 years in the U.S. Senate before … more
Nassau County Republicans and Democrats remained far apart when it comes to redistricting the county legislature. And as a final map is expected to be released this week — if not already … more
After six days of deliberations and more than a week of testimony, Tyler Flach was convicted of second-degree murder in the knifing death of Oceanside teenager Khaseen Morris. more
The Mental Health Association of Nassau County is hosting their inaugural Overdose Prevention & Awareness Walk Saturday, Oct. 8 at  Jones Beach State Park Field 5. more
It’s been 12 years since Jeff Kaspar brought Hislon from Turkey to Long Island. But the owner of Hislon Jewelers is finding plenty of success — in Merrick. more
The summer season is well underway, and with it comes sun, heat, visits to the beach, and harmful algal blooms. These blooms, more commonly referred to as “red tide,” are caused by the … more
Nassau County has nearly $70 million collecting a little dust in a bank account — but not for long. County Executive Bruce Blakeman has earmarked $2.5 million for opioid addiction treatment, … more
Elmont resident Mark Small was arraigned on multiple charges on Sept. 20 in the alleged murder of his girlfriend Marivel Estevez in July. more
It’s a unique opportunity to reshape town lines and political power within Nassau County — an occasion that comes just once every decade. more
After responding to a call on Sept. 7 at 9:40 a.m., at 1470 Hewlett Ave., in Hewlett, for a man allegedly causing a disturbance, 4th Precinct police officers tried to restrain the man who did not adhere to police commands and resisted arrest, police said. more
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