Mark Astorga, the owner and head chef of Las Vinas in Mineola, shares how his restaurant is surviving the pandemic one Peruvian meal at a time.
A Nassau County lawmaker has proposed renaming a county building in honor of the country’s first Black congresswoman, Shirley Chisholm.
New to the dining scene are Chen’s Poke in Mineola, Herb and Olive Marketa in Manhasset, and Philly Pretzel Factory in North Babylon.
Wendy Bishop of New York Ticket Defenders, a Mineola-based law firm that specializes in fighting traffic cases ranging from moving violations such as speeding to vehicular crimes such as driving while intoxicated, says drivers should not represent themselves in court.
For ex-New York State Sen. Jack Martins (R-Old Westbury), running for Nassau County executive may return him to where he started: Mineola, the county seat where he grew up and was first elected.
A retired Nassau County corrections officer filed a federal lawsuit this week alleging several Garden City village police officers racially profiled him and used excessive force when they mistook him for a suspect last year.
Jack Martins, a former Republican New York State senator, announced Wednesday his plans to run for Nassau County executive while the indicted GOP incumbent hasn’t said if he’ll seek a third term.
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Suffolk County police are asking for the public’s help in finding the vandals that spray painted “Trump Lies” with a swastika replacing the M in five locations since last month, authorities said.
“One biased incident is one too many. We are aggressively investigating this case.”