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2 arrested in Kings Park underage alcohol sales, Suffolk cops say

Police said they looked at nine businesses in the Fourth Precinct during their investigation and seven were found to be in compliance. Two people have been charged with selling alcohol to minors during a monthlong investigation, Suffolk County police said. Authorities said they have arrested Thomas


Two 4th Precinct businesses caught selling alcohol to minors

File photo Suffolk County Police have arrested two people as a result of a month long investigation at businesses located within the 4th Precinct. Fourth Precinct Crime Section officers conducted an investigation into the sale of alcohol to minors during which nine businesses were checked for compli

TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-20 16:50:38

Engeman Theater's 'Frosty' is a magical holiday treat

That jolly, happy soul has returned to Northport. The family musical "Frosty" opened Nov. 18 at the John W. Engeman Theater and families filled the theater eager for the annual holiday treat.The cast of 'Frosty' after last Saturday morning's performance. Photo by Rita J. Egan Directed by Richard T.

TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-20 22:49:23

Long Island breweries use leftover bagels to make beer and fight food waste

Larry Goldstein of Spider Bite Beer Co. used cinnamon raisin bagels for his beer. Photo Credit: Spider Bite Beer Co. We eat a lot of bagels on Long Island. Even so, lots of them are thrown away when they're no longer fresh - at least hundreds of pounds, every day. Kevin Breslawski knows this first

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 20:43:00

Holiday house tours on Long Island

A house ready to welcome visitors on last year's holiday home tour in Lloyd Harbor. Photo Credit: Veronique Louis Over the next few weeks, private homes and museums throughout Long Island will decorate for the holidays, letting visitors peel back the figurative wrapping paper and take a look insid

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 21:19:00

Long Island News from the Long Island Press

Members of the Long Island business community and volunteers are hitting the gym, drinking raw eggs and running up stairs to the Rocky theme song as they train for this 14th annual boxing fundraiser for charity. Hilton Long Island, 598 Route 110, Melville. lifightforcharity.org $134-$250. 6 p.m. No

LONGISLANDPRESS - 2017-11-20 13:55:27

LI dad dancing to Michael Jackson at concert is retired DJ

A video of John Lawless dancing at a Janet Jackson concert went viral, but his routine was already popular at Long Island weddings. John Lawless, 50, of Centereach, performing as Michael Jackson. Lawless became a viral sensation after he was caught on camera dancing at a Janet Jackson concert Nov.

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 17:40:37

Stony Brook Children's Hospital gets $50,000 cancer study grant

Stony Brook Children's Hospital has been awarded a $50,000 from St. Baldrick's Foundation, which supports pediatric cancer research, the nonprofit organization announced Monday. The foundation, located in Los Angeles, is the largest private funder of childhood cancer-research grants nationwide. The

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 21:50:53

Live nativity production set at Timberlake Ranch Camps

MARQUETTE - Timberlake Ranch Camps at 2709 N S Rd. in rural Marquette will host a live nativity production Dec. 15-17. Viewers will encounter the birth of Jesus Christ. New this year will be a live narration of the nativity scene with a brand new theatre set. Shows will begin every 15 minutes betwee


McPhillips: Book club announces reading list

With just a few weeks left of 2017, the library is looking ahead, planning programs for all ages. Our longstanding book discussion group leads the way with a suggested reading list for the community for the first half of 2018. The CPL Book Discussion Group meets 11 times each year at the library, us


People in Business for Sunday, Nov. 19

Kirstin "Kiki" Fasbender has begun work as public relations and human resource coordinator for the Archer Cooperative Credit Union, which has offices in Central City, Archer and Dannebrog. Fasbender's duties include oversight of public relations, coordination of special events, employee benefit impl


YMCA a fun place to stay and play during Family Fun Day

Children and families were able to participate in fun activities and get a taste of what the Grand Island YMCA is all about as part of an event Sunday. More than 200 people showed up for Family Fun Day to learn more about the opportunities the YMCA provides. Membership Director Ashley Parmenter said

GRAND ISLAND INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-20 04:30:00

PSC says yes to alternative KXL route, which would avoid York County

YORK - After nine years of controversy and months of public hearings, it only took a few minutes Monday morning for the five-member Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) to vote 3-2 to give conditional approval for the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska. The split vote approved the "mainline alter

YORK NEWS-TIMES - 2017-11-20 16:36:00

Black Friday deals in the Thanksgiving Day newspaper

Thanksgiving is almost here, a day to reflect and give thanks - and also to map out your plans for Black Friday. Your complete guide to all the area Black Friday sales will be in the Thursday edition of the Grand Island Independent and available in newsstands by 5 p.m. Wednesday evening. Be sure to

GRAND ISLAND INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-20 14:05:00

Spruce tree cut down, placed at City Hall

The holiday season is almost here and with that comes the Christmas Tree in front of City Hall. A total of nine crew members from the Grand Island Parks and Recreation and Utilities Department worked to cut down a 20 foot Black Hills spruce tree to deliver and place at City Hall Monday morning. At a

GRAND ISLAND INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-20 19:44:00

Clean Community group still works well

The Grand Island Area Clean Community System continues to do exemplary work as it endeavors to help our community develop and maintain an ecologically healthy and pristine environment. Founded almost four decades ago, its mission is to educate and interact with the public, encouraging beautification

KEARNEY HUB - 2017-11-20 17:28:00

Simmons rolls to 11th shutout - ddtonline.com: Sports

SHAW - Friday's quarterfinal playoff game against district foe Shaw High School was more than just another game for fans and players from Simmons High School. It was a chance to prove that there would not be another repeat of last year's playoff contest between the two in which Simmons barely escape

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2017-11-19 23:11:00

Cole is November guest for Lunching with Books

AMORY - The Amory Municipal Library will host Mossy Oak Biologic President Bobby Cole on Nov. 21 for another session of Lunching with Books. In the outdoors world, Bobby Cole is well known as the president of Mossy Oak BioLogic, a series of seed products the West Point-based company has been produci

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-20 13:00:00

Sayle Oil Co. has a 'rich' history

Matt Rich, marketing manager for Sayle Oil, Inc., one of the oldest continually operated, family-owned companies in the Mid-South, said it's exciting to watch the company continue to grow and expand in the region. This past year, 2017, marked a major milestone in the company's history - more than 70

DESOTO TIMES TODAY - 2017-11-20 22:32:00

Things aren't always as they seem. Just ask Tarrant police

Things aren't always what they seem. A Birmingham-area woman on Monday took to Facebook, via a page called Hood Life, to warn others about possible wrongdoing by Tarrant police. Officers saw the post, and they fought back in a post of their own. "Everybody's always looking for the negative,'' said T

AL.COM - 2017-11-20 23:04:52