Articles Tagged ‘Nassau’

Nassau County Board of Elections Democratic Commissioner William Biamonte says the Nov. 6 elections will go on, despite Hurricane Sandy's destructive wrath. (Christopher Twarowski/Long Island Press)

Long Island Elections: Hurricane Sandy’s Effect

Nassau County election officials coping with the aftermath of Hurricane…

A tattered United States flag blows in the wind on a cold winter day in Newstead, N.Y., Monday, Feb. 13, 2012. (AP Photo/David Duprey)

High Wind Warning on Long Island Until 6 P.M.

It’s going to be another windy day on Long Island. The National Weather Service in Upton said the high wind warning, which was issued Friday,…


Nassau Sewage System Privatization Could Flush County’s Future Down The Drain

Phil Franco won’t quit. Wearing a light blue jacket, a…


Ronald Bower Has Spent 20 Years In Prison For Crimes Many Believe He Didn’t Commit

Ronald Bower’s eyes gloss over with tears as his face…

Long Island’s Special Taxing Districts

Two long Island women. One from Suffolk, the other from Nassau. One a Republican, the other a Democrat. Rosalie Hanson of Gordon Heights and Laura…

Nassau’s Closing Election Tallies

The final tallies for Nassau’s too-close-to-call Nov. 3 elections are finally in, yet the results are still unofficial until certified by the county Board of Elections. Here are the figures as they stand at the end of the paper ballot count’s final day on Nov. 30:

Republican Legis. Ed Mangano leads incumbent Democratic County Executive Tom Suozzi by 386 votes.