Former Olympian Katherine Starr offered her moving and heartfelt perspective on Tuesday at “Recognizing and Preventing Sexual Abuse in Youth Sports,” a Nassau County symposium on preventing child sex abuse.
There’s some good economic news for residents of Nassau County. Sales tax revenues have jumped in Nassau County, and county comptroller George Maragos said they are up 5.2 percent compared to last year.
A gang of suspected fake police officers on Long Island allegedly thought they were about make a killer score. Instead, they ended up in some very real cuffs.
The full legislature will vote on the move in two weeks on February 27th.
Former New York Giants punter Sean Landeta wears two Super Bowl rings and he knows how tough it is to get one.
Nassau County officials are marking Veterans Day a day early. They opened a court Thursday dedicated to cases involving former service members involved in non-violent crimes.
Several thousand unionized Nassau County workers rallied outside the County Executive’s office in Mineola to protest his proposal to layoff hundreds of employees to balance the budget.
Diane McCloud, of Hempstead, has been caught shoplifting three times in recent months.
“What happened? Put it the way I put it, what the hell happened?” State Senator Carl Marcellino asked LIPA officials at the hearing Thursday.
Wolfe entered the plea to two counts of murder, one count of kidnapping, assault and a weapons charge. The judge said he will sentence her to 22 years to life in prison on Nov. 2.
Ignition interlock devices became mandatory for any drunk driver sentenced on or after August 15, 2010. The device requires the driver to pass a breath test in order to start the vehicle.
George Maragos says he supports development of the county hub, but he’s not ready to endorse the $400 million sports and entertainment complex proposal going to a referendum – at least, not yet.
You could hear chants of “shame on you” inside the Nassau County legislative chamber on Tuesday.
With the help state funds, Operation Impact helped police arrest more than 300 people and get 87 guns off of the streets.
The plan is for the company to take over Long Island Bus next January, but opponents argue the deal will mean higher fares and fewer bus routes.