Politics touch just about every part of our lives. From utilities and communication to the price of gas and produce, there's a political story that be found behind almost every subject. It is therefore important to stay informed and know how politics impact your world.
By Ls Cohen March 12, 2020
Forces towns to reveal names of complainants about quality of life issues.
By Brooke Hein March 10, 2020
During a novel coronavirus briefing, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state will provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer to New Yorkers free of charge.
By Ls Cohen February 13, 2020
Called a dangerous and often confusing section of Sunrise Highway.
By Legislator Anker's Office February 11, 2020
Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker (D-Mt. Sinai) today unveiled a comprehensive Suffolk County Veterans Resource Guide that will make it easier for veterans and their families to search for available benefits and opportunities that may ...
By Ls Cohen January 22, 2020
Congressman Lee Zeldin represents eastern Suffolk County in the House of Representatives.
By Long Island News & PR January 15, 2020
Jericho Water District Commissioner and Leading Industry Figure Honored Posthumously.
By Ls Cohen January 07, 2020
Will authorize municipalities to compel lenders to complete foreclosure or discharge abandoned properties.
By Ls Cohen January 02, 2020
State set to move forward with remediation; challenge polluters in court to pay for it.
By Ls Cohen December 21, 2019
NYS Regional Economic Development Council rated Long Island a Top Performer.
By Long Island News & PR December 16, 2019
Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) welcomes new and re-elected members.
By Ls Cohen December 02, 2019
We asked our readers what they thought.
By Ls Cohen October 04, 2019
Expands upon existing legislation to prevent animal cruelty.
By Long Island News & PR September 27, 2019
Legislator Sarah Anker joined elected officials at the Suffolk County Police Conference in Patchogue to honor Commissioner Geraldine Hart.
By erin__l September 09, 2019
Hofstra is opting out of hosting a fourth presidential debate for the upcoming 2020 campaign.
By Claude Solnik August 29, 2019
As Labor Day arrives, the government released statistics on paid leave, showing more people have it - and more men have it than women.
By Long Island News & PR July 31, 2019
John Venditto of Massapequa, 70, was sentenced to a conditional discharge by Judge Wood.
By Long Island News & PR July 30, 2019
Reduces Unlawful Possession of Marijuana to Violation Punishable by a Fine.