More than 400 furious Nassau residents packed Cantiague Elementary School in Jericho Thursday night to confront the architect of Nassau County’s controversial speed camera program and demand refunds for hundreds of tickets issued in front of the school.
More than $100 million in revenue in Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano’s 2015 budget, which the county legislature approved unanimously on Wednesday, is at risk and may not materialize, county Comptroller George Maragos said Thursday.
Nassau officials have agreed to restore the former Fifth Precinct station house in Elmont to a full-fledged precinct, essentially ending a sweeping police reorganization program begun two years ago that was supposed to save the county millions of dollars.
A Hicksville woman who sat on the jury in the sex abuse trial of ex-Yankee Rosendo “Rusty” Torres testified Thursday that she reluctantly changed her vote to guilty out of fear she’d lose a new job because of deadlocked deliberations.
WASHINGTON — With nearly $15 million spent so far, the congressional race on Long Island’s East End is the most expensive House contest in New York and the eighth costliest in the country, records show.
A bipartisan agreement by Nassau lawmakers will boost the county’s subsidy to its bus system by $2 million, freeze fares for some customers in 2015, and give NICE riders more say on issues that affect them.
Three football Suffolk II teams head into the final week of the season with the exact power-point rating. Newfield, Smithtown West and Half Hollow Hills East are tied at a 104.48 rating. If they finish in a three-way tie after this week then Smithtown West would be the odd team out based on the tiebreaking formula.