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Midway between the North and South Shore villages of western Long Island stretched a vast prairie called the Hempstead Plains. The area was populated mostly by farmers until 1787, when the opening of the Queens County Courthouse - Nassau was then part of Queens - brought a bumper crop of lawyers to what was then called Clowesville. Today there are 1,353 lawyers listing their business address in Mineola, now the seat of Nassau County government, law and politics.
Photo: from about 1917 shows Mineola Village Hall, which had been the first county courthouse and the village's firehouse.
Midway between the North and South Shore villages of western Long Island stretched a vast prairie called the Hempstead Plains. The area was populated mostly by farmers until 1787, when the opening of the Queens County Courthouse - Nassau was then part of Queens - brought a bumper crop of lawyers to what was then called Clowesville. Today there are 1,353 lawyers listing their business address in Mineola, now the seat of Nassau County government, law and politics.
Photo: from about 1917 shows Mineola Village Hall, which had been the first county courthouse and the village's firehouse.
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  • Son who helped father fake drowning gets jail time in scam

    Son who helped father fake drowning gets jail time in scam
    NEW YORK -- A Long Island man who admitted helping his father fake his own drowning was sentenced to a year in jail Tuesday, the latest twist in an unwieldy case that became a textbook example of how not to get away with it.
  • Extra day of voting possible in New York

    Extra day of voting possible in New York
    Voters in some New York counties may get an extra day to cast ballots if disruptions caused by Superstorm Sandy prevent enough citizens from showing up at the polls, a state official said Sunday. County election officials could ask the New York state...

    Storm-Weary Long Beach Residents Trudge Through Darkness To Polls

    Storm-Weary Long Beach Residents Trudge Through Darkness To Polls
    LONG BEACH (WPIX) -- Storm-weary survivors of Sandy went to the polls in blacked-out and severely damaged Long Beach, Long Island Tuesday, determined to cast their votes for the next President of the United States. Emergency generators powered the...

    Accused Of Corruption, NY State Sen. Shirley Huntley Surrenders To Attorney General

    Accused Of Corruption, NY State Sen. Shirley Huntley Surrenders To Attorney General
    A state senator from Queens is in a bit of legal hot water. State Senator Shirley Huntley is surrendering to the attorney general as a result of a corruption investigation into non-profits. Just after 7 a.m. Monday Huntley, family members, and supporters...

    Rage In Oceanside As Power-Less Residents Attack Politicians

    Rage In Oceanside As Power-Less Residents Attack Politicians
    They cursed and they yelled outside a public school in Oceanside on Friday. About 700 residents of this town in southern Nassau County faced off against their local, elected officials, including the Town Supervisor, enraged that they 're still without...