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Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg (credit: David Denenberg/Twitter)

In Tactical Move, Long Island Pol Who Dropped Out Of Senate Race Might Run For Judge

David Denenberg, who has served as a Nassau County legislator since 1999, said Wednesday that if he happened to win the judgeship, he would not accept the position.


Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg (credit: David Denenberg/Twitter)

NY Senate Candidate David Denenberg Quits After Being Accused Of Falsifying Bills

A state Senate candidate from Long Island has dropped out of the race, after being accused of doctoring false documents that helped him collect big bonuses from his former law firm.


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L.I. Lawmaker Screams For Ice Cream As Good Humor Trucks Face Frozen Treats Shortage

A distribution problem is apparently keeping Good Humor from offering some of its most popular ice cream flavors on trucks on Long Island.


Tara Obenauer (L) (credit: CBS 2); Nassau County Police Cruiser (C) (credit: CBS 2); Officer Mike Tedesco (R) (credit: Personal Photo)

Internal Affairs Widens Probe Into Whether Nassau County Cops Had Sex On Duty

Following allegations that a veteran officer had sexual trysts with his alleged mistress while on the job, the county’s Internal Affair Unit is investigating whether more women and officers were involved in any wrongdoing.


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Debate Raging In Nassau County Over Turning Public Sewer System Private

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano said going private is Nassau’s best way out of staggering debt — the highest in the state. Nassau sewers, he said, are broken and polluting waterways.