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Why Amazon’s huge plans for New York fell apart
Amazon’s plans for New York City were poised to become one of the largest economic-development projects in state history. Between 25,000 to 40,000 jobs in the Long Island City section of Queens. An estimated $27 billion in tax revenue, backed by $3 billion in state and local subsidies.
Nassau Police Charge 4 With DWI
Nassau County police arrested four people for DWI from Feb. 7 through Feb. 14. The charges are accusations and do not imply guilt. Marlon Paz, 40, of Westbury, was arrested on Feb. 9 at the Northwell Health Ice Center on Old Country Road in Westbury.
Nassau County is lead agency on proposed Woodmere Club project
The Nassau County Department of Public Works Planning Commission on Jan. 31 named itself the lead agency in the State Environmental Quality Review Act study on the proposed development of the Woodmere Club.
Nassau County Authorities Issue Alert for Missing Elmont Teenager
Floral Park, NY - February 15, 2019 - The Missing Persons Squad reports the details of a Missing Juvenile that occurred on Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 2:45 p.m. and was reported to police at 6:09 p.m.
Brooklyn Diocese lists names of 108 priests accused of sex abuse
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Family Of Man Who Died Mysteriously At Notoriously Problematic New York Prison Demands Answers
An investigation is underway following the social media outcry over an incarcerated person’s death in a New York prison. Anthony Myrie, 24, was less than three months into his sentence when he died under mysterious circumstances, according to PIX11. He was serving a seven-year prison term for drug-r
Jay Graber leaves Allentown for Matawan, while Rob Radice is back in at Lawrence
Jay Graber transformed Allentown from what may have been the worst football program in the former Colonial Valley Conference into a sectional champion in just seven seasons. Rob Radice did much the same at Lawrence, but ultimately ended up just short in the 2013 sectional title contest.
A Brooklyn bagel shop is stealing N.J. breakfast sandwiches. We had to investigate.
New Jersey’s most beloved breakfast meat is called Taylor ham in North Jersey and pork roll in South Jersey. But what do you call it when it’s served in Brooklyn?. Yes, you can get these salty meat discs outside the Garden State, including a new menu item at Shelsky’s Brooklyn Bagels in New York. Th
Lawrence (33) at Princeton Day (35) - Girls Basketball
Khalin Hemingway recorded 16 points, nine rebounds and four steals, but it would be to no avail as Lawrence fell to Princeton Day 35-33 in Princeton. Lawrence (4-17) led 10-1 after the first quarter before Princeton Day (1-15) responded with a 14-5 second quarter.
5 people dead, 5 officers wounded in Aurora, Illinois shooting; gunman also killed
AURORA, Ill. — Five people were killed and five police officers were wounded when a shooter opened fire at an industrial park in Aurora, Illinois, city police Chief Kristen Ziman told reporters Friday night.
New strategy for Lawrence Woodmere Academy
After the departure of Alan Bernstein as headmaster of the private Lawrence Woodmere Academy in the wake of two sex scandals involving teachers, school officials made several changes, adding two new trustees, partnering with them on a new long-term strategy and naming a new head of school.
Home Depot buys Bronx retail location from Madison International Realty for $40M
Home Depot bought two Bronx properties for $40 million, about two weeks after the retailer filed plans to build a new 133,000-square-foot store in Queens. The home improvement supplier dropped $40 million for two commercial buildings along East Gun Hill Road, near the Bay Plaza Shopping Center in th
Man who pimped out sixth-grader gets 12 years in prison
A cruel Brooklyn pimp was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison for luring a Manhattan sixth-grader into his clutches with the promise of a babysitting gig — then sexually assaulting her and forcing her into prostitution.
Temple Israel of Lawrence to host anti-Semitism talk
With anti-Semitic hate crimes on the rise, up 57 percent in 2017 from the previous year — a record jump for a one-year period according to the Anti-Defamation League — Temple Israel of Lawrence will host a talk and a question and answer session with Michael D. Cohen, eastern director of the Simon Wi
Nassau Missing Persons Squad Seeking Vulnerable Adult Last Seen in Oceanside
Oceanside, NY - February 15, 2019 - The Missing Persons Squad reports the details of a Missing Vulnerable Adult that occurred on Friday, February 15, 2019 at 12:00 a.m. in Oceanside and reported to police at 12:53 a.m.
Atlantic Beach cultivates a community garden
The Village of Atlantic Beach is opening a community garden this summer. The village is installing 10 raised beds, including one specifically for children and another four-foot by four-foot bed that is wheelchair accessible, just south of the Atlantic Beach Tennis Center, and across the street from
Dad and four daughters die in Watertown house fire after electric stove blaze
Aaron Bodah and four daughters lose their lives after a fire started at their Watertown, upstate NY home after an electric stove caught on fire. A father and his four young daughters have all died in a New York house fire as the man desperately went back into the blaze and save his children, early F
6-Month-Old Girl Dies After Rolling Off Bed in Queens: Cops
A baby girl died after she rolled off the bed her mother out her on, officials say. Six-month-old Josephina Kalekhman of Queens was found unconscious inside her Forest Hills home round 11 p.m. Thursday, according to the NYPD.
Long Island’s Best Spots For A ‘Staycation’ During The President’s Day Break
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – School’s out for most kids in our area as we approach President’s Day vacation. That means it’s time for some parents to brainstorm a weeks-worth of “staycation” activities.
Love Story: A singles ad in Newsday brought them together
Lawrence Ginsberg of Oakland Gardens, Queens, recalls the letter from his future wife, Rochelle, that changed his life. I was 46, divorced and living in Hicksville when I placed a singles ad in Newsday in September 1988. I had been married for 23 years, and the dating scene seemed foreign to me.