Curran Declares Victory In Primary For Nassau County ExecutiveNassau County Legislator Laura Curran declared victory late Tuesday in the Democratic primary race for county executive.
2 Democrats Vie For Nassau Executive In Nontraditional PrimaryA nontraditional primary takes place in Nassau County on Tuesday, pitting two Democrats against each other.
Questions Surround Use Of Taxpayer Funds To Cover Nassau Political FlyersGovernment funded flyers that arrived this week, have one party accusing the other of lying to residents at the taxpayers' expense.
Nassau County Seniors Want To Know Who Dropped The Ball On Tax AbatementA shock was in the mail for thousands of senior citizens on fixed incomes. Property tax relief that they've counted on for more than a decade expired without notice.
Long Island Is Most Expensive Place To Live In U.S., Website SaysStamford-Norwalk ranked third, Westchester County was fifth, and New York City eighth.
Long Island Business, Government Leaders To Albany: Invest In Our InfrastructureA coalition of union and business leaders and elected officials gathered Monday to urge state lawmakers and the governor to dedicate more money to rebuilding Long Island's roads and bridges.
State Board: Nassau Budget Woes 'Necessitate' Continuation Of DeficitIn its first analysis of County Executive Ed Mangano's 2014 budget, the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, or NIFA, is projecting a $122 million budget deficit next year in Nassau County with larger than projected deficits through 2017.
Nassau Comptroller Announces Budget SurplusCounty Comptroller George Maragos said Nassau will end its 2012 fiscal year with a $41.6 million budget surplus.
Sold Out Islanders Playoff Games Bringing Big Bucks To Nassau County EconomyThe team's playoff home games have generated more than $1 million each in economic activity for the county.
Nassau Comptroller Looks At Whether Contractors Actually Did Sandy RepairsContractors were were supposed to cut up trees, install water heaters, and remove mold from homes on Long Island damaged by superstorm Sandy.
Sales Tax Figures Up On Long Island; Comptroller Predicts Strong Holiday SalesAre you looking for some good news on the economic front? You'll find some on Long Island.
A Double Digit Deficit For Nassau County In 2011Financial statements reveal that Nassau County ended the 2011 fiscal year with a deficit of over 50 million dollars.

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