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Westbury industrial building sells for $3M

A 19,620-square-foot industrial building in Westbury has sold for $3 million. The buyer, New Tiger International, will use the building at 18 Sylvester St. for additional warehouse and distribution space. New Tiger processes, imports, and distributes several varieties of dried, frozen, fresh, and ca

LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS - 2018-01-16 21:05:34

Former 'Saturday Night Live' star Dennis Miller will bring his sarcastic humor to Westbury

As a former anchor of "Weekend Update" on "Saturday Night Live," sharp-tongued comedian Dennis Miller developed a signature style of sassy sarcasm that continues today with his commentary as a Fox News Channel contributor. When Miller, 64, returns to NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Friday, Jan. 19, he t

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 19:35:00

End protections for sexual predators

State Senate should extend statute of limitations for those abused as children. Kathryn Robb and other advocates protest in December outside the Mineola district office of State Sen. Elaine Phillips to help get a bill passed in Albany that would temporarily lift the statute of limitations in child

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 11:04:00

Dutch settlers left their mark

In late September, the members of the Brookville Reformed Church gathered to celebrate the church's anniversary and to dig deep into the congregation's past. Inside a safe were the original records of the church, founded in 1732, and written in a language once heard all over western Long Island -- D

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 14:28:56

Priciest home sales in Carle Place

The three highest-priced home sales in Carle Place last month ranged from $462,500 to $675,000. The priciest Carle Place home sold in December was a 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath cape on .17 acres at 230 Stonehinge Lane that sold for $675,000. It was listed by Nancy Jarvis of Daniel Gale Sotheby's Internation

LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS - 2018-01-16 17:34:53

Hempstead Town restricts where hookah lounges can operate

The law allows the lounges to open only in light manufacturing and industrial zones. Officials say the aim is to discourage young adults from hookah use. Hempstead Town Councilman Dennis Dunne speaks at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Dec. 6, 2017, about restricting the location of hookah lo

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 17:37:06

LIRR draining, refilling water tanks after brown faucet water seen

The Long Island Rail Road said it is checking the water and cleaning the spigots on all of its trains after a video surfaced on Twitter Monday showing brown water coming from a faucet on an LIRR train. The video shows someone placing their hand under a motion-activated faucet and brown-colored wate

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 18:04:00

LIRR investigating after black sludge pours out of faucet on train

Imagine going to rinse your hands and black sludge comes out of the faucet. That's exactly what happened to a woman on an LIRR train and she recorded it with her phone to prove it. Now the LIRR is investigating what went wrong. The train was bound for Huntington from Penn Station Monday afternoon, a

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-01-16 22:04:47

Criminal threat suspect awaits court date

An Ottawa man suspected of using social media to make criminal threats Saturday against police officers and Ransom Memorial Hospital remained in the Franklin County Adult Detention Center on Monday. The suspect, Jeremy Penland, 38, did not have a court date set as of Monday, according to the jail. P

OTTAWA HERALD - 2018-01-16 11:00:00

Many residents want to vote separately on jail, mental health projects; there's a way, but county unlikely to go there

When it comes to your government asking you questions, oftentimes fewer is better. (No, officer, I thought a flame thrower was a legal way to remove snow from the sidewalk.) But there's a current Douglas County issue where some residents want more questions. I'm talking about the pending sales tax

LJWORLD - 2018-01-16 18:43:00

Jacqueline M. "Jackie" Lindsay

OSAGE CITY - Jacqueline M. "Jackie" Lindsay died Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, at Osage Nursing Center, Osage City. Jacqueline Marie Curley was born Oct. 17, 1927, at Osage City, the daughter of James and Emma Martin Curley. She graduated from Osage City High School in 1945. She married Duane R. Lindsay

OCH-C.COM - 2018-01-16 18:13:00

MLK March Across Campus 2018

Members of a second-line marching band lead a crowd of 50-75 people outside Strong Hall on the University of Kansas campus, braving bitter cold temperatures to participate in an MLK March Across Campus Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The event was sponsored by K

LJWORLD - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Nabi: Trump's rhetoric surrounding immigrants is discriminatory

I recognize that I am a citizen of one of the most "free" nations in the world. My mother left a third-world country to bring my sister and I to the U.S. for a better opportunity and a better life. I recognize my privilege as an American, as I am constantly reminded of how "lucky" I am to be here. I

UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSAN - 2018-01-16 18:15:00

No critical injuries in yesterday's hotel fire, building a 'total loss'

The hotel that caught fire Monday afternoon and caused the temporary shutdown of a major street was rendered a "total loss" by the Lawrence Fire Department, said James King, division chief for the Lawrence Douglas County Fire Department, during a press briefing this morning. Four people sustained mi

UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSAN - 2018-01-16 17:45:00

Rec Board discusses project updates

Emporia Recreation Commission board members held their first meeting of the new year Monday evening in the Lee Beran Recreation Center. The board heard an update on the center's renovation project from Director Tom McEvoy. The board had previously chosen to work with the firm Gould-Evans from Lawren

EMPORIA GAZETTE.COM - 2018-01-16 15:30:00

Your guide to the University Daily Kansan's newsroom

The University Daily Kansan has been the official newspaper of the University of Kansas since it was founded in 1904. The Kansan's operations are modeled after professional newsrooms across the country, but it is led almost entirely by students. Leadership With a staff of around 80 students, this sp

UNIVERSITY DAILY KANSAN - 2018-01-15 14:00:00

Floyd Nick Blawat, Jr., 86

Floyd Nick Blawat, Jr. was born on December 6, 1931 to Floyd Sr. and Mary (Marynik) Blawat in Barto Township near Greenbush, Minnesota. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Aloysius Catholic Church Leo, Minnesota. Floyd graduated from high school at the Agricultural College in Crookston, Minnesota.

NORTHERN LIGHT - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Marilyn Hagerty: Leaving the Inn at Maple Crossing is bittersweet

I was afraid it was coming. And now, with sadness, I see you have the Inn at Maple Crossing up for sale. You say this is bittersweet. For years, it has been my custom to travel over to Erskine and then down to your Inn for lunch. You know I would come there with Ann Porter, Jan Olson and Marijo Shid

GRAND FORKS HERALD - 2018-01-15 19:52:42

Nadine Anna Hofland DeLeon, 69

Nadine Anna Hofland DeLeon, age 69, of East Grand Forks, MN, passed away Tuesday, January 9, 2018, at her home with her family by her side. Nadine was born on October 6, 1948, in Grand Forks, ND, the daughter of the late Stanley and Lucille (Schmick) Hofland. She was raised and attended school in Ea

NORTHERN LIGHT - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Streets Department waiting to use new de-icer fluid

GRAND FORKS, ND (WDAZ-TV) -- It's been called a breakthrough in de-icing technology, but today it was not used on the icy roads. WDAZ's Danielle Saitta tells us why the Grand Forks Streets Department's newest tool was not used and when it will be again. Icy roads will always call for cautious drivin

WDAZ - 2018-01-16 05:20:41