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What's Open, Closed In Commack This Thanksgiving

COMMACK, NY - It's almost time to sit down with the family and feast on turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. While some people - including employees at some retail stores - will be working on the holiday, many area businesses and offices will be closed, giving workers a day off. Here's

PATCH - 2017-11-23 14:00:00

Long Island Capital Alliance forum on food, beverage industry

The Long Island Capital Alliance is bringing investors and businesses in the food and beverage industry together for a capital forum in Melville next month. LICA, a local nonprofit capital formation and business development organization, will be hosting the Food & Beverage Capital Forum on Dec. 1 fr

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 20:03:00

Man and Woman Arrested in Farmingdale After Attacking Victim with Knife, Machete, Police Say

South Farmingdale, NY - November 24, 2017 - Second Squad detectives report the details of two arrests for an assault that occurred in South Farmingdale on Thursday, November 23, 2017 at 9:40 A.M. According to detectives, Mark Walker, 49, and Taneshia Marshall, 37, both of Deer Park, were involved in

LONGISLAND.COM - 2017-11-24 15:32:31

Pair with machete, chase man in parking lot, police say

Mark Walker and Taneshia Marshall of Deer Park face assault and other charges. The male victim was struck in the upper back with the machete, police say. Mark Walker, left, and Taneshia Marshall, both of Deer Park are accused of chasing a man with a knife and machete through a parking lot in South

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 01:43:48

LI company sues state over development contract at Republic

ALBANY - A Long Island company is suing the state over claims that agencies "created an uneven playing field" that was "directed toward" awarding a $50 million development contract to a competitor owned by a major contributor to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. LI Clean Tech of Huntington, which filed the laws

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 17:54:00

A Black Friday Free Store sets up shop in Islandia

The store, held outside in the parking lot of an Islandia Walmart, offered gently used items for free in an effort to fight consumerism. As shoppers bustled about stores in Islandia, there was one Black Friday discount that was hard to beat: everything at one particular store was 100 percent free.

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 20:05:50

Holiday shopping habits hard to break, even though stores may offer better bargains later

WALLKILL - It's buy-one-get-free for the iPhone 8 or the Samsung Galaxy S8 at the Galleria at Crystal Run's T-Mobile store in the Town of Wallkill, while the nearby Verizon Wireless outlet is hawking iPads for as low as $100. Best Buy is peddling a Dell Touch-Screen Laptop for $360 and a 50-inch Sha

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-24 03:06:30

Car Slams Into Bay Shore Medical Office [PHOTO]

BAY SHORE, NY - A car crashed into a Bay Shore medical office on Wednesday afternoon, according to Suffolk Police. The car struck the SouthSide Cardiology building on 280 East Main Street at 1:34 p.m. BAY SHORE, NY - A car crashed into a Bay Shore medical office on Wednesday afternoon, according to

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:38:30

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CBSSOUTHEASTAK.COM - 2017-11-23 22:44:23

Tuskegee man charged with two counts of sodomy of Auburn victim under 12

A 19-year-old Tuskegee man is facing two counts of first-degree sodomy charges after Auburn police arrested him Monday on a felony warrant. The arrest of Orlando M. Sims, 19, stems from an investigation conducted after police received an Oct. 20 report of an alleged sodomy having occurred at a Gentr


Family, friends and associates to honor life of late Macon County official

An event will be held in Tuskegee to honor a late Macon County official, who died Nov. 15 while on an economic trip to Italy. A Celebration of the Life and Accomplishments of Harold Powell, the former town clerk of Shorter, will be held at the Chapel of Tuskegee University on Monday. At the event,

WSFA - 2017-11-24 21:26:41

Man arrested, charged in sex crime involving child

A Tuskegee man has been arrested and charged in a sexual assault investigation stemming from October, according to the Auburn Police Division. Auburn police arrested Orlando Marquis Sims, 19, Monday, and charged him with two counts of first-degree sodomy. Police say the arrest stems from an Oct. 20


$10,000 Reward Offered for Arrest in Murder of Clanton Woman

On November 2, the Shelby County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of possible human remains found in the area of Egg and Butter Road and Oak Drive near Columbiana. With the help of the Alabama Department of Forensic Science, the deceased was identified as Melissa Ann Cleckler, 27, from Clanton

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2017-11-22 22:42:41

94th Annual Turkey Day Classic Parade

Alabama State University ended their week of festivities before the big game against Edward Waters College, but not without a bang. Hundreds lined Dexter Avenue to experience the sights and sounds of the annual Turkey Day Parade. For many in attendance, it was the continuing of tradition. "I'm an al

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2017-11-23 20:56:54

'Our hearts are absolutely broken': Mother grieving son's murder after 2 bodies found in Macon County

The grieving mother of one of two men found dead in rural Macon County over the weekend said she is devastated by the murder of her firstborn child. The bodies of Atlanta-based rapper Edward Reeves, also known as Bambino Gold, and promoter Kendrick Stokes, also known as Skooly, were discovered Frida


Despite loss of vision, BTW student doesn't lose sight of success

Math is still Lindsey Towns' favorite subject even though she's lost the ability to see the numbers. Much of Towns' vision left her one summer when, as a 13-year-old student at Floyd Middle School, a yet-to-be discovered build-up of fluid behind her eyes began damaging her optic nerve and sapping he

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - 2017-11-24 17:30:04

$2 million granted to Alabama agencies fighting child abuse, neglect

Subscribed, but don't have a login? People planted pinwheels at a garden near the Capitol Building during the Children's Trust Fund Rally to Prevent Child Abuse on Thursday, April 27, 2017 in Lansing. Learn about the facts of child abuse in Michigan in this video. Julia Nagy/Lansing State Journal E

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - 2017-11-24 19:40:54

Osceola will see no tax increase in 2018

OSCEOLA - Osceola Township Supervisor agreed to advertise the proposed budget for 2018 with no tax increase during the Nov. 9 meeting. The proposed budget will be available for inspection by the public for a specified number of day after the advertisement runs. Supervisors announced that paving proj


At Falley Allen, a tavern-plus menu that lands its twists

Lately, Allentown friends have debated whether Allen Street is "becoming Chippewa." The phrase drips with dread, evoking Walking Dead-like bands of late-night drunks drawn to the cookie-cutter commercialism built on the bones of a former arts alley. Drinkers will drink, bless their hearts. But when


Borough needs to purchase nutrient credits

Correspondent ELKLAND - Elkland Borough Council met Nov. 8 where they learned that the necessary nitrogen credits was underway. Because the borough nitrogen discharges exceeded of the limits allowed the borough must buy credits to avoid the violation. The borough will need to secure 2,201 pounds wor