On Friday, we’ll get the January unemployment figures from the Labor Department, but today a job fair was being held in Nassau County.
52-year-old Ivan Shamberger is accused of stealing a paycheck from his relative, but the crime didn’t end there.
Clarke MacArthur scored a goal and added an assist, and James Reimer stopped 30 shots to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 5-3 victory over the New York Islanders on Friday night.
An elderly Long Island Woman who lost power during Hurricane Irene is getting a one-two punch.
The task force assigned to figure out how to plan a future for the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum fell apart last week.
There have been disagreements and there has been confusion over the mission of the task force assembled to tackle the future of the arena that is home to the New York Islanders.
The Long Island Power Authority’s Edge program calls on 36,000 volunteers to raise air conditioner temperature levels and shut off pool pumps during peak energy use times, like during a heat wave.
Ed Mangano said he will seek new ideas and bids from New York Islanders owner Charles Wang and any other private developer.
The future of professional sports in Nassau County is likely riding on a public referendum on Monday, and both sides are making a full court press.
Both the Association for a Better Long Island and County Executive Ed Mangano are jockeying to win over public sentiment.
On August 1, the people of Nassau County will vote on whether to borrow $400 million to build a new sports and entertainment complex that would include a modernized home for the New York Islanders.
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.
A state watchdog group overseeing Nassau County’s finances is not happy about the county’s budget proposal.
The Nassau Interim Finance Authority said if voters approve the $400 million plan to renovate the coliseum, it would result in a 3.5 to 4 percent property tax increase.
Nassau County deputy executive Rob Walker believes Gang Green would fit in nicely with the county’s planned $400 million sports and entertainment complex.