Tag: Nassau County
Police reform advocates are calling for Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder to resign, citing recent racial comments that have sparked controversy, but the top cop says he’s staying put.
Joysetta Pearse, manager of the African American Museum of Nassau County, and icon of the history of the Black community on Long Island, died of cancer on June 15.
As New York State celebrates crossing the milestone of 70 percent of adults having at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose, Long Island leads the state with 75.3 percent of its adult residents vaccinated with at least one dose.
The New York State Senate confirmed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s pick for a vacant seat on the state’s Court of Appeals, former Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, on Tuesday. The next day, Singas swore in an acting district attorney, Joyce A. Smith, at the Nassau County Supreme Court building in Mineola.
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas has been nominated to the New York State Court of Appeals, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday.
Being a public defender is difficult and certainly not the most high-paying job, but for many lawyers at the Legal Aid Society of Nassau, it’s a calling.
A stunning colonial beach house on the Long Island south shore’s widest canal is listed for sale in Bellmore.
By next week, homebound seniors in Nassau County can receive the Covid-19 vaccine through a new county initiative, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran said Tuesday.
The UK and South African strains of the coronavirus have been confirmed on Long Island, but New York State and local health officials are refusing to specify where beyond which county — a lack of disclosure that some find troubling.