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Police identify victim of fatal crash after car strikes tree in Stratford
Latest Fairfield County NewsPolice identify victim of fatal crash after car strikes tree in Stratford$1.5M yacht likely a total loss after barge strikePsychologist charged with defrauding Medicaid of $79,000The Block at Waypointe - Restaurants in Norwalk, CT "The Block Party"New Canaan police accept
Missing Woman, Westhampton Beach Alum, Dead Of Heroin Overdose
EAST QUOGUE, NY — A young woman missing from Huntington, who grew up in East Quogue and attended Westhampton Beach High School, has been found dead of an overdose in Philadelphia, her heartbroken mother said Wednesday.
Man threatens to shoot 11-year-old who beat him at video game 'Fortnite': Suffolk police
HUNTINGTON, N.Y. - A man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly threatening to shoot an 11-year-old child, possibly at his school, after the boy beat him at the video game "Fortnite." Michael Aliperti was arrested on Sept. 18, 2018, after allegedly threatening to shoot an 11-year-old boy. (Suffolk Count
Forecast: Morning fog, then sunny and dry
Wednesday will be mostly sunny after patchy morning fog with highs in the mid-70s on Long Island, forecasters said.“It’s basically a dry forecast until next week,” said Patrick Maloit, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Upton. Tuesday brought heavy rain throughout the region.The mo
Woman Angry About Iced Coffee Price Dumps It, Causes Damage: Cops
MASTIC, NY — A woman got heated over the price of iced coffee at the Mastic 7-Eleven, and now she's wanted for criminal mischief, police said.
Chick-fil-A applies for another LI restaurant
The chicken sandwich chain, which has three locations open on Long Island and two more planned for Woodmere and Roosevelt Field, has applied to the Town of Hempstead to add an eatery in Westbury.
Manipulation, Fraud and Abuse: New York Attorney General Issues Stern Warning Against Cryptocurrency Exchanges
In a lengthyreporton the “Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative,” New York’s Attorney General argues that online cryptocurrency exchanges are vulnerable to manipulation, fraud and other types of abuse. Consumers of these platforms therefore “face significant risks” from hackers and the exchange oper
Riverhead High School changing its graduation time - Riverhead News Review
For the first time, Riverhead High School plans to host an evening graduation ceremony in 2019.High school principal Dr. Charles Regan announced the change in a letter welcoming parents and students back for the school year. A school district calendar shows the high school commencement scheduled for
Man Found Dead On Beach: Cops
According to Quogue Village Police, officers responding to a 911 call found the body of Leonard Lato, 62, of Quogue, on Monday at 1:03 p.m. on the ocean beach on Dune Road, close to the surf line.
Girls Cross-Country Preview: Waves strong with Yakaboski, Kielbasa - Riverhead News Review
Unlike most years when the goal for Long Island’s top high school cross-country runners is to go upstate, the aim this year is to remain downstate, on the island.
2 Charged With Selling Alcohol To Minors: Cops
RIVERHEAD, NY — Two women were charged with selling alcohol to minors in Riverhead recently, police said.
Former Riverhead teacher's federal lawsuit against district is dismissed | RiverheadLOCAL
In a 25-page decision entered Sept. 11, U.S. District Court Judge LaShann DeArcy Hall granted the district’s motion for summary judgment against Joe Johnson, a former fourth-grade teacher at Phillips, and dismissed his lawsuit.
Man tries to break into ex-girlfriend’s house
Justin Lazaro, 37, was charged with criminal attempt at first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespass, violation of a protective order and possession of burglary tools after he was found trying to break into his ex-girlfriend’s home. According to police, the ex and her current boyfriend came
West Haven fire that killed man ruled accidental, victim identified
On Saturday, crews pulled 66-year-old Patrick Bourque from the basement of a burning home on Richards Street, but he later succumbed to his injuries after being transported to a local hospital.
Man Used Stolen Credit Card At 2 Stores In Amityville: PD
AMITYVILLE, NY - Suffolk County Police are seeking a man who used stolen credit cards at multiple locations in Amityville.A Holtsville woman reported credit cards were stolen from her car sometime between August 23 and September 1.The cards were used by a man (pictured above) at Walgreens on 275 Bro
Calverton retail center to be built in phases - Riverhead News Review
A proposed Calverton retail development to be anchored by a Tractor Supply Company store will likely be built in phases, since the applicant doesn’t have any other tenants lined up yet, according to Riverhead Town officials.
Suffolk: 21 arrested in crackdown on illegal vape sales
On Tuesday, Suffolk officials said that a crackdown on illegal vape sales this weekend resulted in 21 arrests, and that those who repeatedly sell vaping products to people under 21 will face higher penalties. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)
MS-13 Victim's Mom, Killed At Memorial Site, Never Said 'Why Me?'
BRENTWOOD, NY — It's been three days since the grieving mother of a teen authorities say was brutally murdered by the deadly MS-13 street gang died, after being struck by an SUV, just minutes before her beautiful daughter's memorial service in Brentwood.
Chief: $9.5M ambulance HQ to lower response time
Brookhaven Town officials on Monday officially opened the $9.5 million Mastic Beach Ambulance Company headquarters on Neighborhood Road. The new building, at 17,000 square feet, is five times larger than the current location and is expected to decrease response time by 90 seconds, according to Chief
Port Jeff Dragon Boat Race Festival packs out Harborfront Park - TBR News Media
Teams compete in the 2018 Dragon Boat Race in Port Jefferson Harbor Sept. 15. Photo by Alex PetroskiHarborfront Park is packed with competitors, vendors and spectators throughout the Dragon Boat Race Festival. Photo by Alex PetroskiTeams compete in the 2018 Dragon Boat Race in Port Jefferson Harbor