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Nassau land seller was in default by nearly $400,000, court records show

A political appointee of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano was nearly $400,000 in default on his mortgage when the county offered to buy his land, court records show.

Trayvon Martin's father wants son's death to renew civil rights movement

Tracy Martin wants his son, Trayvon, to be remembered as this century's Emmett Till, and have his death reawaken the nation's lagging civil rights movement.

Murder suspect testifies Nassau cops ignored his request for a lawyer

A defendant in a Hempstead slaying testified Wednesday that Nassau detectives ignored his request for a lawyer, and coerced him into talking about the incident while continuing to question him.

Experts: Superintendent wrong to order fired principal from school property

Hempstead schools Superintendent Susan Johnson may have erred when she demanded that a fired principal leave district property after he tried to attend a school board meeting on Tuesday, according to experts on public meetings.

North Hempstead Town board tables talk on changing housing rules some see as discriminatory

North Hempstead Town Board members have tabled a proposal to eliminate rules aimed at discouraging illegal housing in New Cassel.

New York Rising groups in Oakdale-West Sayville and South Valley Stream win $3M each in funding

ALBANY -- Two New York Rising community groups on Long Island -- one from Oakdale-West Sayville, the other from South Valley Stream -- won an additional $3 million in superstorm Sandy resiliency aid, doubling their initial funding.
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