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Security Remains Tight Across Tri-State Area In Wake Of Paris AttacksThe NYPD has beefed up security and staffing, including at the French consulate, France's mission to the United Nations and Times Square.
Nassau Executive Vetoes Legislature's Removal Of Property Tax Hike From BudgetThe average homeowner would pay an additional $23 per year.
Schwartz: No More Goodbyes -- It's Time To Look Forward To New Nassau ColiseumThe new Nassau Coliseum groundbreaking was a festive event attended by the developers, politicians, union leaders, media and invited guests.
Electronic Gaming Not A Sure Bet In Nassau County If Democrats Get Their WayIs electronic gambling a sure bet in Nassau County? The County Executive says it is, but now there is a new call to say no to the casino in any location.
Nassau County Executive Seeks $225M For Biotech Park at Coliseum SiteMangano said the project would be an economic engine that would attract new green business and bring jobs.
Mangano Proposes Another Property Tax Hike For Nassau CountyLegislative Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams taxes seem to increase every year and it's causing young people to leave Long Island because it's too expensive.
Exclusive: Isle See You Again? Nassau County Executive Mangano Thinks SoAs the Islanders get ready for their first season at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, their former home sits quietly back on Long Island waiting for a long-awaited facelift.
Developer Submits Redevelopment Plan For Nassau Coliseum SiteDeveloper Bruce Ratner has submitted his plan for the 91-acre site to the town of Hempstead for review.
Clarkstown Supervisor Asks State To Help Pay For Pothole RepairsMeanwhile on Long Island, Nassau County officials are urging people to report potholes using the "Nassau Now" mobile app.
Hundreds Gather To Speak Out Against Proposed Nassau County Gaming ParlorHundreds were expected to gather in Nassau County on Thursday night, to speak out against a proposed gaming parlor.
Nassau County Beefs Up Security At Jewish Facilities In Wake Of Paris AttacksWith France stationing thousands of soldiers and police outside vulnerable locations, some would like to see more muscle on Long Island.
Nassau County Beefing Up Patrols To Catch Drunken Drivers This New Year'sNassau County is not the place to drive drunk this New Year's holiday, County Executive Ed Mangano warned Tuesday.
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