Tag: Nassau County
Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder outlined a list of proposed reforms during a public hearing held by the Nassau County Legislature’s Public Safety committee on Thursday.
Nassau County opens its first Covid-19 vaccine distribution site on Tuesday, Jan. 5, County Executive Laura Curran announced at a news conference on Monday.
Sure, we all know what property taxes are, but how are they calculated and how can Long Island homeowners challenge their assessment and get them lowered?
In the new year, Nassau County will begin helping residents struggling financially due to the Covid-19 pandemic pay their rent, County Executive Laura Curran announced today.
Several lawmakers are urging Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas to investigate whether Town of Oyster Bay worker's raises were tied to political donations, officials said Monday.
An estimated 26,500 doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine will arrive at Long Island hospitals and distribution centers as soon as this weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said during his press briefing today.
Long Island's COVID-19 rate recently hit its highest point since late May, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
OpEd: We will get an assessment roll that is both defensible and accurate for all county homeowners.
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.
Services for the Glendale-based firefighter who fell to his death while battling a Ridgewood blaze on Thursday will be held next week in his Long Island hometown.