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Federal judge: Garden City was discriminating on housing
New York Communities for Change took Hempstead residents on a "Freedom Ride" bus trip through Garden City before a rally Tuesday on the steps of Garden City Village Hall to highlight the lack of affordable housing in the affluent and predominantly white village.
Nationwide Car Wraps Manufacturer JMR Graphics Comments on the...
Central Islip, NY December 06, 2013 JMR Graphics, a nationwide car wraps manufacturer, responds to an article published by Media Daily News on December 3rd that discusses the stable increase in out-of-home advertising revenue during Q3.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Firm sues Suffolk over solar carport contracts
A firm that built solar carports at six Suffolk-owned parking lots is suing to recoup $12.5 million, claiming the county breached its contract by refusing to allow construction at a leased site at the Ronkonkoma train station.
Bellone: Suffolk police reform is promise fulfilled
"What was going on in the past, with rhetoric and policies, was harmful," Bellone said in an interview Wednesday, referring to the international attention and Justice Department investigation following the 2008 stabbing death of Marcelo Lucero, an Ecuadorean immigrant.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Police: L.I. Photo Studio Owner Recorded Employees In Restroom
Police on Long Island arrested the owner of a photography store Monday, on allegations that he was secretly recording his employees using the restroom.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Most-Read Port Jefferson Stories in November
Superintendent Joseph Rella takes a stand against comments U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan made regarding "white suburban moms" and that they are only against common core because their child isn't "as brilliant as they thought they were."
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Islip man charged in former classmate's slaying
After searching a marshy, wooded area in Islip , Suffolk County police discovered the body of an 18-year-old man who had been missing for two days.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Police: Holbrook Man Arrested for Breaking Into Vehicles in Stony Brook
Paul Lewis, 20, broke into four unlocked vehicles located at Barker Drive and Barnwell Drive between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. and stole items including electronics and jewelry, police said.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Locust Valley day-laborer lawsuit near resolution
The Town of Oyster Bay has passed an ordinance to fine day laborers and contractors for soliciting work on public roads.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Cops Catch Driver Who Killed Woman, Injured Man in Eastport Hit-and-Run
Suffolk County police said a local man was behind the wheel of the car that struck and killed 27-year-old Erika Strebel, and seriously injured her friend, three weeks ago.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Bay Shore charity Pronto of LI honors late director Nilda Alvarez
Jaime Marcos, left, a board member at Pronto community outreach center in Bay Shore is seen with volunteer Manny Vidal Jr. as they hold a plaque of Nilda Alvarez.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
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Criminal alien MS-13 leader sentenced to life imprisonment
An illegal alien and leader of one of the nation's largest organized crime gangs found out on Thursday in a Central Islip, N.Y., courtroom that he will spend the remainder of his life in a federal prison facility, according to a Justice Department and FBI statement.
LI teen accused of hacking into student records
A brief burst of snow will accompany an Arctic cold front around midday today or early this afternoon.
Pidy pastry firm gets tax break offer to move to Suffolk
Suffolk County this week offered hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax breaks to a European pastry manufacturer weighing whether to stay here or move to New Jersey, officials said.
Polar Plunge, Rocky Point Drive-In Saved From Big Box Stores
The owner of All Island Marine, located at 466 Route 25A in Mount Sinai, informed the police that someone had been breaking into boats stored at the facility stealing batteries.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The East End Gets a Veterans Court
The new East End Veterans Court at the Southampton Town Justice Court in Hampton Bays convened for the first time on Wednesday, making it easier for troubled veterans to get the help they need.
Judge: Alleged Armed Gunman Held Up String of Stores To Feed Heroin Habit
A Manorville man charged with a string of armed robberies was stealing to support his heroin habitat, according to Judge John Iliou, who unsealed his indictment on Friday.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Carlos Ortega sentenced to life in prison for two murders
A leader of the MS-13 street gang was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for two murders by a federal judge who called him an "extremely dangerous" person who killed for "sport."
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Police: Serial Bank Robber Arrested In West Babylon
A Deer Park man has been arrested in West Babylon and charged with allegedly committing four bank robberies at three banks.
Closing arguments in alleged beating trial
Perrim Anderson of Hempstead poses for a portrait at the law office of Fred Brewington in Hempstead Friday.