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The report in the New York Times alleges that aides for Gov. Andrew Cuomo meddled in the business of the ethics panel the governor launched with great fanfare in the summer of 2013.
Protestors of NJ Gov. Chris Christie's veto of gun control legislation and CT gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley gather in Greenwich as donors pay thousands for a chance to meet the men.
The website has leveled several harsh criticisms aimed at Astorino's record.
On Friday, $3 million may be authorized for maintenance to help keep the movable railroad bridge over the Norwalk River working until a replacement can be built.
If successful in landing the line on the ballot in the fall, Cuomo would have four ballot lines, Democratic, Working Families, Independence and Women's Equality.
"We have sought to strike an appropriate balance that helps protect consumers and root out illegal activity – without stifling beneficial innovation," said New York Financial Services Supe
Astorino reportedly began his campaign for governor with a war chest of about $1 million.
Many counties in New York, in addition to New York City, have 15-foot buffer zones.
Mandatory installation of safety devices, more oversight of Metro-North and increased fines will be part of the proposed rail safety legislation.
The IDA is a public benefit corporation created in 1976 for promoting and encouraging economic development in the county primarily through assisting in the creation or retention of jobs.
William M. Mooney III and Eileen Mildenberger have been part of the Astorino administration for several years.
An immediate operational review has been ordered to critique procedures and protocols regarding the Walk Bridge which has failed twice in less than two weeks, stranding thousands of commuter
The changes impact New Haven and Harlem lines riders.
The Westchester County Executive has come out swinging in his fight to unseat incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
A bill to ban the serving of chocolate milk in public schools was approved by Connecticut legislators. Now it's up to Gov. Dan Malloy to decide.
With the economic benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is the Empire State the next in line?