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Police: 1 dead, 1 injured in Hempstead shooting
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LI man convicted of manslaughter, acquitted of murder
Steven Strub, of Islip Terrace, is walked out of the Third Precinct in Bay Shore on Aug. 31, 2017. Photo Credit: James Carbone
Cops: LIE eastbound lanes shut down for crash
A tractor-trailer and at least three other vehicles have crashed on the Long Island Expressway in Melville Friday night, shutting down all eastbound lanes, Suffolk police said.
DA: Two alleged MS-13 members arraigned in killings
Two alleged members of the MS-13 street gang pleaded not guilty Friday in connection with the slayings of two teens who investigators said were hacked to death in 2016 and 2017 because they were perceived to be enemies of the gang, officials said.Josue Figueroa-Velazquez, 19, and Kevin Lopez-Morales
Police: 2 shot in Hempstead, taken to hospital
Two people were shot Friday morning in Hempstead on Wellesley Street, police said.The victims were taken to the hospital and their conditions were not immediately known, according to Hempstead Village police. No arrests have been made.Police received a report of shots fired at 10:55 a.m. on Wellesle
Night of booze, cocaine lead up to Stamford man’s killing
Image1of2James Rackover, seen here in a 2016 arraignment, has been charged with the murder, accused of beating, dismembering and burning 29-year-old Joey Comunale, of Stamford before dumping his body in a shallow grave... more
Man who threatened to kill Kavanaugh-supporting senators allegedly called judge directly
“He made phone calls to Judge Kavanaugh directly,” Prosecutor Justina Geraci told a federal courtroom in Central Islip as a bewildered looking Ronald DeRisi, the accused menace, sat in a wheelchair nearby.
3 LI restaurants to try this weekend
It's the time of pumpkin picking, corn mazes, and all those apples. Here are three restaurants near the fields and orchards that will energize you.Modern Snack Bar in Aquebogue, in business since Truman was president, is a homey, casual eatery for the whole family. It has a genuine, old-fashioned st
Mother and son open Asian-style restaurant on LI
Tacos, craft cocktails, and ornate French toast are easy enough to find in Patchogue. Thai food, not so much, until a few weeks ago.In September, Winnie Teng and Keith Wong opened a cozy spot called Rice Thai a few miles north of downtown, on Route 112.The pair know each other well: They ran two res
Police And Fire Fighters Rescue Man From Mud Hole In Dix Hills - Local Matters - Smithtown Matters - Online Local News about Smithtown, Kings Park, St James, Nesconset, Commack, Hauppauge, Ft. Salonga
Trevor Borders was digging on the side of the foundation of a house, located at 11 Woodfern Court when he started to sink at approximately 10:10 a.m. Borders tried to free himself but fell waist-deep into the mud hole, approximately eight feet into the ground. He was conscious and alert the entire t
Police Seeking Woman Who Stole Vaccum From Commack Store
COMMACK, NY - Suffolk Police are seeking the public's help to identify and locate the woman who stole merchandise from a Commack store over the summer.The woman (pictured above) stole a Bissel vacuum cleaner from Target on 4 Henry Street on July 23 at 9:30 a.m.Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a
LIRR opens new Queens station
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Woman Robbed While Walking In Babylon: SCPD
BABYLON, NY - A woman was robbed while walking in Babylon on Tuesday night, according to Suffolk Police.
Nearby things to do this week in Malverne, West Hempstead
Enjoy an hour of relaxation with some yoga training at the Malverne Public Library on Thursday, Oct. 18, from 7 to 8 p.m. Loosen up your body with some formal yoga postures. Please bring a yoga mat and a towel or blanket. All participants must sign an exercise waiver form that the library keeps on f
Head-on crash closes Main Road in Aquebogue | RiverheadLOCAL
Riverhead Police, Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance, Riverhead Fire Department heavy rescue and fire police are at the scene.
Car dealership seeks permit to park cars on 2nd lot
The village on Monday will hold a public hearing on whether to grant the special use permit to Security Dodge, which is looking to use the lot it purchased at 335 Merrick Rd. for employee and customer parking. The village’s building department refused to review the site plans when Security applied f
Life of Fire Island – Scientifically Speaking - Long Island Media Group
Assisted by Ranger Kelsey Sucena of the National Park Service, Adelphi University Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Ruth Coffey, BOCES Technology Integration Specialist Deborah Gerken and Woodhull sixth-grade teacher Gabrielle Donovan, the students practiced collecting and testin
Police: Motorcyclist taken to hospital after crash
A motorcyclist was taken to a hospital after a crash in West Hempstead on Wednesday night, police said.The motorcycle collided with a car at Hempstead Turnpike and Nassau Boulevard about 8:50 p.m., Nassau County police said early Thursday.Police did not provide information on the extent of the motor
Man Busted by Cops Allegedly Attempting to Flee Supermarket with Two Full Shopping Carts
West Hempstead, NY - October 18, 2018 -The Fifth Squad reports the arrest of a Lakeview man on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 10:50pm inWest Hempstead.
Barbecue food truck opens hidden LI storefront
Leisure time is, apparently, not what Kerri and Rich Ciota wanted from retirement. Having given up busy careers in, respectively, catering and construction, the couple bought a custom-designed food truck fitted with a smoker and kitchen and began to up their backyard game. Over the next four years t