Author: Michael Gormley

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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's $2.5 billion proposal to fix drinking water, sewer and pollution problems on Long Island and statewide was one of the biggest... [Read More]
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They are the first African Americans to lead the state Legislature in its 241-year history. [Read More]
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Andrea Stewart-Cousins, a friendly girl eager to help others, grew up in public housing in the Bronx and Manhattan and Carl Heastie, a quiet, studious... [Read More]
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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday propelled the effort to legalize recreational use of marijuana by including it in his budget address, but serious discussions... [Read More]
The governor's proposals stem from the deadly modified stretch limousine crash in October in Schoharie County. [Read More]
STAR tax rebate checks to property owners were mailed far earlier than usual this year to New York City and eight counties in the state... [Read More]
The state said it changed its distribution method to address complaints that the money came too slowly in the past. [Read More]
North Shore residents have complained that the proposal would forever alter the landscape for several miles. [Read More]
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone is scheduled to meet Senate Democratic leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins Thursday to develop a strategy of winning suburban Senate districts statewide... [Read More]
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone is scheduled to meet Senate Democratic leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins Thursday to develop a strategy of winning suburban Senate districts statewide... [Read More]
Public worker unions say few members have abandoned their unions so far since a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June made it easier to drop... [Read More]
Six of the eight members of the now-defunct breakaway group lost in primaries Thursday. [Read More]
A remorseful Joseph Percoco is telling a judge in a letter that he takes full blame for the corruption conviction for which he soon will... [Read More]
She became the first African-American woman to win the party's nomination for a statewide seat. [Read More]
New York City Public Advocate Letitia James on Thursday became the first African-American woman to win the Democratic nomination for a statewide seat after she... [Read More]
The Vermont senator didn't reveal his choice between Andrew Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon. [Read More]
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday endorsed Zephyr Teachout for attorney general and Jumaane Williams for lieutenant governor as they vie in Thursday's Democratic primaries. Sanders... [Read More]
New rules create a disincentive for the state's attempt to get around part of the tax law by offering a tax credit. [Read More]
Parolees need written permission from their parole officers and school superintendents and can't enter schools to vote until 7 p.m. [Read More]
Democratic candidate for attorney general Letitia James has accused one of her primary opponents, Zephyr Teachout, of being censured in defense of a North Carolina... [Read More]
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