Tag: Tom Suozzi

Despite Hype, Nassau Coliseum a Monument to Poor Planning

Will Bruce Ratner, the man behind the new project, be the coliseum's long-awaited savior, or yet another character in Nassau County’s long-running narrative of dashed hopes?

Hundreds of Nassau Workers Take Early Retirement

Mangano offered workers $1,000 a year for each year of service as a way to cut payroll expenses.

What Was On Our Minds The Minute Before The Attacks

Looking back, an exercise in post-traumatic stress memory recall, is also the need to remember what might have been.

Suit Accuses Nassau Police of Racketeering in Political Arrest

The lawsuit accuses police of the civil version of a criminal charge prosecutors use on the mafia.

Civil Rights Violations Claim Filed in Dale Scandal

“Someone needs to put the hard tough questions to these elected and appointed officials and make them answer for their actions.”

Nassau, Suffolk Legislatures Freshman Pols Taking Seats

Nearly a quarter of both Nassau and Suffolk county legislative seats are undergoing turnover as new lawmakers voters elected in November are being sworn...

Top 13 Long Island News Stories of ’13

Storms, scams and deaths: 2013 local news in review.

EXCLUSIVE: Nassau County Taxpayers Secretly Charged Millions For Police Crime Lab...

Nassau taxpayers have unknowingly been paying millions of dollars as a consequence of lax oversight, mismanagement, neglect and/or willful ignorance.

Nassau Dems Call for Hearing Into Dale Firing

They are also calling for New York State and federal prosecutors to open investigations into the case.

Blog: Nassau Dems’ Leader Big Idea to Recycle Suozzi No Match...

Senior editor Spencer Rumsey revives the Rumsey Punch blog. Kinda like 'The Killing.'