Tag: Angie Carpenter

One can bet that residents in the areas Heartland will impact definitely have more than 40,000 reasons why the project isn’t right for Long Island.

The race was the only possible upset in 10 races for town supervisor seats across the 13 towns on Long Island.

A 33-point lead may not be insurmountable on a football field—unless it’s late in the fourth quarter—but it’s a very tough hurdle in a...

Registered Democratic and Republican voters across Long Island will head to the polls Thursday, Sept. 10 to choose the candidates they want to see on the ballots on Election Day

A recent appeals court ruling found that the nonprofit had no standing to sue.

A regional approach to handling the Island's future shouldn't be used as an excuse to streamline the approval process for development projects that require close scrutiny.

John Tsunis is also CEO of Long Island Hotels and an attorney at Islandia law firm Tsunis Gasparis Lustig Ring & Kenney.

He will lead the office despite opposing a plan voters approved to consolidate it with the treasurer's office.

“I’m not necessarily 100-percent convinced, but I don’t believe that my personal opinion should obstruct the voters,” said Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory (D-Amityville).

"I will be forever grateful to the people who have offered prayers and best wishes."