Tag: Gay City News
White House principal deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who grew up in Hempstead, will take over as White House press secretary following the departure of Jen Psaki on May 13.
The LGBT Network, a non-profit serving Queens and Long Island, is losing $10 million in state funding over several years for allegedly dodging requests to show how taxpayer dollars were being spent, according to state health officials. The organization, in turn, is vehemently denying the allegations.
A police commissioner in Long Beach is rejecting calls for his resignation in response to allegations that he ordered a Pride Flag to be removed from a local restaurant.
Court of Appeals Judge Paul Feinman, who just a week earlier abruptly resigned as the first out LGBTQ member of New York State’s highest court, died on March 31. The Long Island native started his legal career in the Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County.