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A Long Beach Republican and ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump Thursday filed a $25 million filed suit against the city, claiming his rights were violated in March when he was … more
A Signal 15 comes in over the radio: A stolen vehicle used in a felony — perhaps a bank robbery, maybe a kidnapping — has been pulled over. Officers must quickly assess the situation: Is the vehicle occupant armed? Hostile? Ready to run? more
A Hempstead man was arrested in Oceanside Saturday and charged with multiple crimes after leading police on a high-speed chase and intentionally injuring two officers by colliding with their car. more
Upon becoming the first Black business owner to serve as second vice president of the Island Park Chamber of Commerce, Joe Manning said it was just the beginning of his quest to bring diversity to the chamber. more
With the number of Covid-19 vaccinations increasing at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital and the number of coronavirus cases decreasing, physicians and administrators at the facility are making a push for more county residents to get inoculated. more
Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital has partnered with RVC Blue Speaks to create a machine that provides a calming atmosphere for people with autism spectrum disorder in the stressful environment that the emergency room can be. “Louie” has a wide array of calming distractions that can help those with ASD cope with the atmosphere. more
On Monday evening, April 26, Jessica Beauvais, of Hempstead, was speaking on her weekly podcast about the recent police killings of unarmed Black Americans. Hours later, New York Police Department … more
"Been homeschooling a 6-year old and 8-year old for one hour and 11 minutes. Teachers deserve to make a billion dollars a year. Or a week."—Shonda Rhimes (@shondarhimes), March … more
A homeless man was arrested on Thursday in Oceanside and charged in a burglary. more
With a rate hike of as much as 26 percent facing New York American Water customers on May 1, elected officials have sought to save Long Island ratepayers tens of millions of dollars on their bills while creating a path for a public takeover of the water system. more
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