Long Beach residents have rallied in the past against Port Ambrose, this time they did it with the help of their elected officials.
Madeline Singas replaces Kathleen Rice, who was being sworn in as a Long Island congresswoman on Tuesday.
James Olsen, 60, was sentenced by Nassau County Court Judge Angelo Delligatti for the 2011 killing of his mother, Ruth, in their Garden City home.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo will have the final say on whether to appoint a successor or schedule an election. But Rice said she’d like her chief assistant, Madeline Singas, to succeed her.
A retired NYPD officer who pleaded guilty in the hit-and-run death of a 13-year-old girl with Down syndrome in Levittown was sentenced to 1 1/3 to four years in prison on Tuesday.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice on Monday announced a five-point plan to help combat texting while driving.
A judge has denied youthful offender status for 19-year-old Joseph Beer,who was 17 at the time of the crash.
A Long Island man has pleaded guilty to nearly two dozen counts of felony and misdemeanor animal fighting charges in connection with a fire that killed 13 pit bulls earlier this year.
Four candidates are competing for the chance to replace longtime Rep. Carolyn McCarthy in Nassau County while two Republicans face off in Suffolk County.
Two Nassau County cops had no choice but to be rough with a man they pulled over during a traffic stop, the head of the county’s police union said Wednesday.
Michael Tedesco pleaded guilty in Nassau County Court on Monday to 75 counts of official misconduct.
Officials said a photo of a monkey labeled “Jimmy’s baby picture” was found on a bulletin board at a Hempstead highway facility in Levittown.
Raymond Roth was sentenced to 2 1/3 years to 7 years in prison Thursday and ordered to more than $36,000 in restitution to the Coast Guard and Nassau County police.
Long Beach Police Commissioner Michael Tangney said more than 60 heavily armed officers went to a home Tuesday after they had received a fake call that someone killed his mother and brother there.
Laws against animals in New York are codified in the state’s Agriculture and Markets Law, “which has seen little change in nearly 150 years,” Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice said.