Tag: Mineola

Backlash Over Cuomo ‘Monopoly’ Remarks Intensifies

“It is very hard to change the education system. When you think about it, it’s probably the single-largest public monopoly in the United States of America.”

Cuomo Defends Mandatory Ebola Quarantine, Blasts CDC

“There’s no politics here. This is far too important for anyone to be playing any politics. It would be the height of irresponsibility. I take this very seriously.”

Lawsuit: Nassau Illegally Recorded Attorney-Client Call

The use of such tactics “stifles” the suspected criminal’s defense by making it difficult to freely discuss the case by phone, the suit alleges.

West Babylon Man Admits to Role in $10M Burglary Ring

The ringleader of a high-tech burglary crew that included an ex-New York City cop has admitted to leading the group in stealing more than...

Do This: Long Island Events October 2-8

Rom Perlman is signing books, The Bangles are walking like Egyptians and '90s hip hop legends are kicking it old school.

Long Island Oktoberfest 2014 and Related Events

A listing of 30 local Oktoberfest events big and small, plus some pumpkin beer and cider parties.

Long Island Soldiers Featured in New Book, Bedrooms of the Fallen

The soldiers are among 40 who died in Iraq and Afghanistan memorialized in the new book.

Adam Haber Says Women’s Health Issues Divide Him From Sen. Jack...

"The women of Nassau County deserve better representation as we work together to fight anti-equality measures like Hobby Lobby."

Mineola Man Gets 5-to-15 Years for Fatal Crash

A Mineola man was sentenced Thursday to five to 15 years in prison for crashing his cement truck into a school bus, killing its...

Ex-NYPD Cop from Copiague Admits to $10M in Burglaries

An ex-New York City Police detective admitted to his role in a burglary ring that stole more than $10 million in cash and property...