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Retiring Lynbrook Police Chief Joseph Neve can still remember the motivation that drove him to get involved in law enforcement. “I wanted to be in a position to help people in their time of need,” he said. more
Freeport teen, Camila Delgado, 15 was missing since Dec. 2, according to the Missing Persons Squad of the Nassau County Police Department.  However, on Dec. 10 the Nassau County Police Department reported Delgado had been found. more
“It’s the first big holiday party of the year in town, and we have a tremendous amount of support from the community,” said Long Beach Christmas Angel President Johanna Sofield of the … more
The Long Beach School District’s auditing firm, Cullen & Danowski LLP, issued the results of a financial report at the Nov. 8 Board of Education meeting, having analyzed the district’s spending … more
Nassau County police are reporting a robbery that occurred at the Roslyn Bank on N. Central Avenue on Nov. 27. According to detectives, a man entered the bank at around 3 p.m. and passed a note … more
A Freeport man was arrested on Nov. 24, along with two other defendants. According to detectives, a Third Precinct patrol supervisor and officer were on patrol in the retail hub area of Westbury when … more
A Bronx man, Daniel Abrego Davila, 33, was convicted of murder on Nov. 27 for the stabbing death of a 39-year old landscaper outside a Hempstead bar in April 2016. Davila was convicted of murder in … more
The Valley Stream Fire Department rushed to an E. Fairview Avenue house fire at around 11 a.m. on Nov. 26 that had reportedly sparked when a plumber was in the process of soldering pipes in the home, according to Fire Chief Jason Croak. more
More than a year and a half after a series of hearings to determine the fate of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, Mayor Alan Beach and the board of trustees unanimously voted on Nov. 19 to revoke the owners’ room-rental license. more
The City Council voted 4-1 on Nov. 7 to use a portion of its Hurricane Sandy relief fund to cover the costs of replacing holiday lights and fixtures, many of which were damaged by the storm or severe … more
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