6 hrs ago
Roundup: Long Beach accepting bids for parking mall reconstruction
The City of Long Beach on Thursday will start accepting bids for reconstruction of a parking mall on Park Avenue between Roosevelt and Neptune boulevards.
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10 hrs ago
Babylon, Islip getting nearly $500G from state to fix potholes
The towns of Babylon and Islip are getting help from the state to cover pothole repair after a rough winter.
11 hrs ago
Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs Set for Friday Night
There are lots of Easter egg hunts this time of year, but on Friday night in Bay Shore, the egg hunt will be for dogs only.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Cold Blast Brings 40-Degree Temperature Drop to East
Many across the East may have thought that the calendar flipped back to winter due to the cold blast that brought a dramatic drop in temperatures and even snow to some communities.
Long Island Business News
Ones to watch: Law
Brewington established his Hempstead general practice law firm in 1987. With an emphasis on litigation, he handles civil rights, voting rights, employment discrimination, constitutional law, education, police misconduct and abuse and other matters.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Coram man impersonates police officer, cops say
A Coram man pretending to be a police officer pulled over a vehicle on a fake traffic stop before he was arrested by a real police officer Saturday evening, Suffolk County police said.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Bay Shore microbrewery gets OK for larger bar
Richard Sobotka, owner of Great South Bay Brewery, stands in the brew room while it was under construction at Union Blvd. and Saxon Ave. in Bay Shore.
DA: 2 arrested in 'prolific burglary ring' in Suffolk
Prosecutors say two men face burglary charges in a ring that committed 22 break-ins to steal jewelry, mostly on Suffolk County's North Shore.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
DA: School Bus Driver Delivered Heroin
A school bus driver is accused of delivering heroin when not delivering children to their school in West Islip.
Puerto Rican/Hispanic Day Parade in Brentwood to expand horizons
Organizers of the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Day Parade in Brentwood say their annual celebration of cultural heritage is expanding this year to highlight the art and history of Latinos in the region.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Serial Bank Robber Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Two Long Island Bank Robberies
April 8, 2014 - Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Central Islip , New York, Steven Bertuglia was sentenced to 15 years in prison by United States District Judge Joseph F. Bianco.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Closed in New Hyde Park: Fiza Family Diner
In Islip closed due to accident on The Southern St Pkwy WB between Rt-111/X43 and 5th Ave/CR-13/X42 in Bay Shore.
Who Do You Believe - The School District or Your Lying Eyes?
This is my perspective on the Commack School District's response at last week's budget meeting to new board member Jim Tampellini's Patch article - explaining why he believes the District is intentionally over-estimating its budget.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Karen Magee elected as New York State United Teachers president
Karen Magee, the newly elected president of New York State United Teachers, addresses NYSUT members during the closing of the 42nd Annual Representative Assembly held at the Hilton Hotel on Sunday, April 05, 2014.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Schumer, Gillibrand Urge DOT to Support American Airlines' Proposal ...
As required by the Justice Department, American Airlines recently divested some of their slots at DCA, however, small communities bore the brunt of those cutbacks in service.
Veteran Discounts at County Golf Courses Made Permanent
County Executive Steve Bellone was joined Legis. Jay Schneiderman, Legis. Thomas Cilmi and a dozen Suffolk County veterans on Wednesday to announce the opening of the 2014 golf season and new fee reductions for veterans and active military personnel.
Long Island Business News
How to build a bank, without building any banks
Before selling it to Capital One for $14.6 billion in 2006, John Kanas built North Fork Bank into a 350-branch giant.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Environmental group looking for fish counters for Babylon's Carlls River
Scientists are studying the alewife in hopes of restoring that fish's Long Island spawning areas, which have long been cut off by dams on rivers.
The East Hampton Star
Former Owner Pleads Guilty
Arthur A. Schneider, the former owner of Montauk's Memory Motel, pleaded guilty on March 20 in Suffolk County Criminal Court to a misdemeanor charge of petty larceny, reduced from grand larceny, according to his lawyer, in order to allow him time to raise the agreed-upon restitution due New York State.