While Amazon has been planning to build a new warehouse in Syosset for more than a year now, it is only recently that the company has agreed to use unionized labor for the construction.
With Gov. Andrew Cuomo resisting widespread calls for his resignation after a state investigation concluded he had sexually harassed at least 11 women, attention is focused on the ongoing impeachment investigation by the State Assembly.
An incident of sexual harassment by Gov. Andrew Cuomo found in Attorney General Letitia James’ office’s Aug. 3 report is being reviewed and investigated by Nassau County Acting District Attorney Joyce A. Smith, her office said on Wednesday.
Investigators interviewed CNN host and Southampton resident Chris Cuomo about his advising his brother Gov. Andrew Cuomo on how to handle publicity surrounding allegations that the governor sexually harassed female staffers.
Young adults, teens, and children may take for granted their ability to see friends virtually with just the tap of a cell phone screen, but not Syosset High School student Asmita Mittal. She knows that many older folks experience difficulties using digital apps and the internet, and that’s why she created Teens Teach Technology (TTT).
In televised remarks on Tuesday, Cuomo, 63, again denied all of the sexual harassment accusations and made it clear he has no intention of resigning.
Sometimes you want to go out for drinks but don't want to be home before the night crowd arrives, but which is the best bar for day drinking on Long Island?
The North Fork Country Kids Animal Rescue hosted its first classic car show and retro pinup contest on July 31.
Elected officials on Long Island are calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign after a bombshell report from Attorney General Letitia James’ office found that he sexually harassed 11 young women, most of whom worked for the state.
The Nassau County Legislature voted 12-6 in favor of a bill Monday night that would allow police officers to sue protesters for harassment or injury and make those individuals liable for up to $50,000 in civil fines, after five hours of public comment from a diverse showing of more than 40 constituents largely opposing the measure.