A lawyer for the county said Commissioner Patrick Ryder denies the accusation, which was made by a now-retired police officer.
Hey, free turnstiles.
The New York Civil Liberties Union is urging lawmakers in Nassau to repeal a bill denying county contracts to any companies participating in the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions movement.
Michael Tedesco, 43, who is married with two children, pleaded not guilty yesterday to multiple counts of misdemeanor official misconduct, and felony counts of falsifying and tampering business and public records.
A pit bull that had been on the run for three weeks was killed by police yesterday outside a daycare center on Long Island.
Police found a homeless man dead this morning, and they believe
The Bronx is the least healthy county in the state, according
With a criminal trial still pending, the LIRR has fired the
Daniel Rothbard's mug shot A Long Island math teacher, who was
A man on Long Island last night had the misfortune of
Police are saying that a jammed-up floor mat by the driver side
In violation of a ruling by New York State's Human Rights Division,
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