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Man killed after boating accident on Candlewood Lake
Latest Connecticut HeadlinesPD: 4 men charged after being found with firearms inside vehicleFour men, including two convicted felons, are in police custody after being...Read More »5 mins agoFormer Branford Fire Commissioner William 'Bill' Thompson passes awayMembers of the Branford Fire Department
Stony Brook University Hospital dumps radioactive sewage into Port Jefferson Harbor
Port Jefferson Harbor on Sept. 28. Iodine-131, a radioactive isotope used to treat thyroid cancer patients, has been found in the harbor by researchers at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences.EMMA HARRIS/THE STATESMAN
2 Men Dead, 1 Woman In Critical Condition After Being Found Unconscious in NJ Home: Police
Police didn't immediately provide any details about what happened to the three people Two men died and one woman was in critical condition after they were found unconscious in a home in Newark on Sunday, police said. Police responding to a 911 call found the three people unconscious inside a home on
Hurricane Sandy Contractor Sentenced To 45 Days In Jail
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced that a home improvement contractor from Smithtown was sentenced today to 45 days in jail, to be served on weekends and five years’ probation. As a result of this prosecution, the defendant also paid $50,000 that will be returned to the Govern
Million-Dollar Winner In CT As Powerball Jackpot Hits $620M
A $1 million winning Powerball ticket was sold in Connecticut along with a $50,000 winner. All told 50,900 "winning" tickets were sold in Connecticut for last night's Powerball drawing. This means that people won between $4 and $1 million.
Charles Wang, Former New York Islanders Owner, Dies At 74
Charles Wang, the former owner of the New York Islanders hockey team and founder of a tech company, died surrounded by family.
Driver dead after slamming into traffic pole in Queens
A driver was killed when he slammed into a traffic light pole in Queens early Sunday. The accident happened shortly before 1 a.m. in the vicinity of Review Avenue and Van Dam Street in Sunnyside. Police say a man driving a 1997 Honda Civic was traveling westbound on Review Avenue when he struck the
Stony Brook pushes URI around in tuneup for James Madison
Stony Brook, currently ranked No. 18 nationally in the STATS FCS poll, performed a full-scale dismantling of 22nd-ranked Rhode Island on Saturday night. The Seawolves scored the game’s first 24 points, held a Rams offense that was averaging 37.0 points three touchdowns below that and grounded the UR
Eight Vehicle Crash On LIE Near Exit 49N - Local Matters - Smithtown Matters - Online Local News about Smithtown, Kings Park, St James, Nesconset, Commack, Hauppauge, Ft. Salonga
Eastbound traffic was slowing down due to an earlier car fire near Exit 49. Two cars collided, setting off a chain reaction involving eight vehicles in total, including an oil tanker truck.
Southampton Blotter: Hampton Bays woman caught driving with revoked license - Riverhead News Review
• A 20-year-old Flanders woman was arrested last Wednesday after being stopped by police for driving with non-transparent side windows. An investigation revealed the woman, Sasha Delacruz, was in possession of a vape pen, concentrated cannabis oil, a concentrated cannabis cigarette, and a marijuana
Plane Lands On Montauk Highway - Quogue
A plane landed on Montauk Highway in East Moriches this afternoon according to Suffolk County Police who responded to the scene. Nedie Seidu, 30, of Manhattan was flying a Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II from Republic Airport in East Farmingdale when he attempted to land the plane at Lufker Airport in Ea
Get a taste of Long Island terroir in Saint James beer
The seasonal beer lineup starts with an infusion of strawberries in early spring and progresses into fall with apple-infused beer made with fruit from Richter’s Orchard in Northport. There are also brews made with plums, raspberries, peaches, honey and other seasonal fruits.
Why I Will Never Have Children (and Maybe You Should Not Either) - Stony Brook Independent
I do not want children in my life. Upon hearing some horrific child anecdote, my general response is, “reason number ___ why I will never have children.” Please note: numbers are arbitrary.
5 Crazy Internet Conspiracy Theories - Stony Brook Independent
The internet has always been the breeding ground for various political ideas. It is thanks to the internet that we have groups like the Alt-Right, but it is also thanks to the internet that we have seen a rise in socialism and LGBT activism. Sadly, however, with the power to spread information about
8 Things To Do This Weekend: Kristin Chenoweth, Chalk Art Festival & Elm City Pub Crawl
Looking for weekend activities? We have eight suggestions for you - including a Kristin Chenoweth concert, the Old Saybrook Scarecrow Festival and the Elm City Pub Crawl!
Riverhead Blotter: Mastic Beach woman arrested for stealing medication from Walmart - Riverhead News Review
According to police, three men entered around 4:37 a.m., broke a coin machine and stole cash, gift cards and an employee’s wallet before fleeing southbound on foot.
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
Damaged Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Sikorsky Memorial Airport
A damaged plane made an emergency landing at Stratford's Sikorsky Memorial Airport Saturday afternoon.Airport officials have confirmed a plane with damaged landing gear made an emergency landing at the airport.According to firefighters on scene, the two people on board were uninjured and exited the
LI school districts concerned about vaping
Derek Peterson, CEO of Soter Technologies in Hauppauge, demonstrates how the FlySense 2.5 device can be used by Long Island school districts to detect vaping in places such as bathrooms, where cameras are not allowed. (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara)
Damaged plane lands at Sikorsky Memorial Airport
STRATFORD, Conn. (WTNH) - A damaged plane has made an emergency landing at Stratford's Sikorsky Memorial Airport. Airport officials have confirmed with News 8 that the plane has damage to its landing gear. There is no word on the size of the plane or how many passengers are on board. It's unclear