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  • Long Island Weather: Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain Possible - Patch.comLong Island Weather: Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain Possible - Patch.com

    Patch.comLong Island Weather: Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain PossiblePatch.comA winter weather advisory has been issued for parts of the island. See the latest forecast. By Ryan Bonner, Patch National Staff | Dec 17, 2017 4:30 pm ET | Updated Dec 17, 2017 9:17 pm ET. 0. Long Island Weather: Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain Possible ...and more »

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  •  Massapequa Park to stabilize shoreline at Colleran Park Massapequa Park to stabilize shoreline at Colleran Park

    Massapequa Park is spending more than $300,000 to fortify the waterfront Colleran Park from erosion that in the past decade has caused the loss of up to 30 feet of shoreline.

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  • Nassau cops: E. Rockaway man arrested in knife-point assaultNassau cops: E. Rockaway man arrested in knife-point assault

    The victim, while defending herself, "raised her hands and was struck by a knife held by Moscati, causing multiple finger lacerations," police said.

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  • Report: Rural NY counties hardest hit by opioid addiction crisisReport: Rural NY counties hardest hit by opioid addiction crisis

    Rural New York counties whose population is largely white have been hardest hit in an opioid addiction crisis that for years was aided by clinicians' prescribing tendencies, a new analysis has found.

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  • Setauket annual holiday meal offers dinner, carols and giftsSetauket annual holiday meal offers dinner, carols and gifts

    More than 250 people gathered Sunday at St. James Church in Setauket for an annual holiday celebration featuring Christmas carols, a hot meal and mountains of presents.

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  • Nassau Clerk O'Connell among those who will take full salaryNassau Clerk O'Connell among those who will take full salary

    County Clerk Maureen O'Connell has taken her full salary after a decade of refusing automatic pay hikes, even as she fights budget cuts ordered by Nassau's financial control board.

    Newsday.com / 5 h. 26 min. ago
  • State parks boost Long Island's economy, report saysState parks boost Long Island's economy, report says

    State parks on Long Island expanded the Island's economy as visitors spent hundreds of millions and the parks supported thousands of jobs, a recent report said.

    Newsday.com / 5 h. 33 min. ago
  • Cuomo calls for hearing on tipping and minimum wage jobs - NewsdayCuomo calls for hearing on tipping and minimum wage jobs - Newsday

    Albany Times UnionCuomo calls for hearing on tipping and minimum wage jobsNewsdayFood service workers on Long Island, for example, are currently supposed to receive at least $7.50 per hour. If their hourly compensation with tips is not at least $10 — the minimum wage on Long Island as set by the state — employers have to make up ...Cuomo looks at another change to New York's tipped wageAlbany Times Unionall 17 news articles »

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  • West Babylon school district fire destroys buses, official saysWest Babylon school district fire destroys buses, official says

    The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Suffolk County fire marshal's office.

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  • Sharpton offers message of inspiration in Central Islip sermonSharpton offers message of inspiration in Central Islip sermon

    The Rev. Al Sharpton on Sunday said many people are concerned about today's political climate and ready to give up hope.

    Newsday.com / 6 h. 14 min. ago
  • Navy updates its cleanup plan for location in BethpageNavy updates its cleanup plan for location in Bethpage

    The U.S. Navy is updating a plan to remove soil contamination on a former drum storage site in Bethpage that contains abandoned cesspools, tanks and more relics from defense department activities dating back decades.

    Newsday.com / 6 h. 40 min. ago
  • Board mulls 6-month halt on Port Washington waterfront projectsBoard mulls 6-month halt on Port Washington waterfront projects

    The moratorium is designed to prevent overdevelopment of the hamlet's waterfront, preserve public access and maintain its "small-town" charm, a councilwoman said.

    Newsday.com / 6 h. 55 min. ago
  • State parks boost Long Island's economy, report says - NewsdayState parks boost Long Island's economy, report says - Newsday

    NewsdayState parks boost Long Island's economy, report saysNewsdayAnd, the report said, parks increase “social cohesion,” spurring ties among strangers and creating communities, potentially lowering crime. All New York state parks were visited by 67 million people who spent $4 billion during the study period, the ...and more »

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  • NY expands programs for youth in Long Island to cut off MS-13 recruitment - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVNY expands programs for youth in Long Island to cut off MS-13 recruitment - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

    New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVNY expands programs for youth in Long Island to cut off MS-13 recruitmentNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVNEW YORK — Officials in New York plan to cut off MS-13 recruitment efforts with new programs for youth in at-risk areas. The $11.5 million plan will expand after-school programs and vocational training to “ensure that young people have better options ...Cuomo announces after-school program aimed at shielding teens from MS-13New York Daily NewsCuomo proposes sweeping $11.5M plan to steer LI youths from gangsNewsdayCuomo Calls For Effort To Keep Kids Away From MS-13CBS New Yorkall 9 news articles »

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  • 2 school buses go up in flames in West Babylon, Long Island - WABC-TV2 school buses go up in flames in West Babylon, Long Island - WABC-TV

    WABC-TV2 school buses go up in flames in West Babylon, Long IslandWABC-TVAuthorities are investigating a fire that destroyed two school buses on Long Island early Sunday. The fire broke out at about 2:45 a.m. at the West Babylon school bus yard on East Great Neck Avenue. Two other buses were damaged as well as the bus depot ...West Babylon school district fire destroys buses, official saysNewsdayall 3 news articles »

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  • Thanks And No Thanks This Holiday SeasonThanks And No Thanks This Holiday Season

    Don’t just say “thank you.” Act on it. The post Thanks And No Thanks This Holiday Season appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 12 h. 51 min. ago
  • Suit in New York asks, is graffiti art protected by law? Graffiti...Suit in New York asks, is graffiti art protected by law? Graffiti...

    Jonathan Cohen, who goes by his tag, Meres One, is one of the "graffiti writers" suing over the destruction of works on warehouses torn down in Long Island City, N.Y. He lives in Brooklyn, where he painted a mural in honor of rapper Sean Price. Jonathan Cohen, who goes by his tag, Meres One, is one of the "graffiti writers" suing over the destruction of works on warehouses torn down in Long Island City, N.Y. He lives in Brooklyn, where he painted a mural in honor of rapper Sean Price.

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  • Glen Cove votes to sell Coles School to a nonprofit for $2.1MGlen Cove votes to sell Coles School to a nonprofit for $2.1M

    A nonprofit school for children with language-related disabilities will take over the shuttered Coles School in Glen Cove, under an agreement the city council recently approved.

    Newsday.com / 15 h. 39 min. ago
  • Brookhaven to create a  registry of foreclosed housesBrookhaven to create a registry of foreclosed houses

    Brookhaven officials are planning to create a registry of foreclosed houses to keep track of zombie homes and make it easier to find their owners.

    Newsday.com / 15 h. 40 min. ago
  • Town shuts  social media presence, points to supervisor's accountsTown shuts social media presence, points to supervisor's accounts

    Oyster Bay tweets no more.

    Newsday.com / 15 h. 50 min. ago
  • Principal says ex, officials ruined her career with revenge pornPrincipal says ex, officials ruined her career with revenge porn

    Former Robert Wagner High School Principal Annie Seifullah, 39, said she's a two-time victim of revenge porn. A former Queens high school principal says she was victimized with revenge porn twice, first by a vengeful ex-boyfriend - and then by the city school system.

    Long Island News / 23 h. 9 min. ago
  • Tax bill:  Here's who stands to win and lose on Long IslandTax bill: Here's who stands to win and lose on Long Island

    WASHINGTON -- In less than two weeks, Long Islanders most likely will be forced to cope with an almost totally new federal tax code, one that even Republican congressional tax writers behind the legislation acknowledge creates winners and losers.

    Newsday.com / 1 d. 1 h. 20 min. ago
  • Long Island residents worry their tap water is unsafe - PBS NewsHourLong Island residents worry their tap water is unsafe - PBS NewsHour

    PBS NewsHourLong Island residents worry their tap water is unsafePBS NewsHourWhile most of the country's tap water is tested for hundreds of pollutants, including volatile chemicals, pesticides, metals and bacteria, it is not always safe to drink. In the first of a two-part series, NewsHour Weekend's Hari Sreenivasan reports ...and more »

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  • Oil Tanker Flips on Long Island, Igniting Massive Fire - NBC New YorkOil Tanker Flips on Long Island, Igniting Massive Fire - NBC New York

    NBC New YorkOil Tanker Flips on Long Island, Igniting Massive FireNBC New YorkAn oil tanker overturned in Lake Grove and police said a portion of Route 25 would be closed for most of Saturday while repairs are made. (Published Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017). A truck carrying 3,700 gallons of heating oil overturned and ignited a ...Accident involving home heating oil truck sparks large fire on Long IslandWABC-TVall 16 news articles »

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  • Cork & Kerry’s Barreled Boulevardier Improves With AgeCork & Kerry’s Barreled Boulevardier Improves With Age

    Charred oak and time are the Barreled Boulevardier’s most important ingredients. The post Cork & Kerry’s Barreled Boulevardier Improves With Age appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 1 d. 13 h. 23 min. ago
  • Property-tax inequality by council districtProperty-tax inequality by council district

    When it comes to property taxes, all City Council districts are not created equal. Far from it, a new analysis shows.

    Long Island News / 2 d. 4 h. 20 min. ago
  • Long Island Duo Arrested for Killing NYC RapperLong Island Duo Arrested for Killing NYC Rapper

    Two Long Island men have been indicted for the murder of a 31-year-old rapper during a drive-by shooting in the victim's hometown of Queens two years ago, New York City authorities said. The post Long Island Duo Arrested for Killing NYC Rapper appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 2 d. 4 h. 22 min. ago
  • A.G. Schneiderman Leads Coalition Of 11 AGs In Challenging Trump EPA's Illegal Delay Of Clean Water ProtectionsA.G. Schneiderman Leads Coalition Of 11 AGs In Challenging Trump EPA's Illegal Delay Of Clean Water Protections

    AGs: Proposed Two-Year Suspension of “Clean Water Rule” Would Violate Federal Law and Rollback Decades of Clean Water Protections.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 5 h. 5 min. ago
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  • Teen Arrested in Connection with Multiple Merrick Auto Break-Ins, Cops SayTeen Arrested in Connection with Multiple Merrick Auto Break-Ins, Cops Say

    Police: Gregory Jackson of Brooklyn, 18, was found to be in possession of credit cards and drivers licenses stolen from the vehicles.

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  • Governor Cuomo Unveils Third Proposal Of 2018 State Of The State: Round Three Of The Downtown Revitalization InitiativeGovernor Cuomo Unveils Third Proposal Of 2018 State Of The State: Round Three Of The Downtown Revitalization Initiative

    Invest $100 Million in 10 Economic Development Regions and Build Upon Two Successful Rounds of DRI Awards.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 6 h. 6 min. ago
  • Suffolk DA: Major Drug Trafficker Sentenced To 46 Years To LifeSuffolk DA: Major Drug Trafficker Sentenced To 46 Years To Life

    Anthony Baptiste of Brentwood, 32, was caught with ¼ kilo of heroin that was intended for sale in Suffolk County.

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  • Governor Cuomo Signs "Buy American" Legislation For All Structural Iron And Steel On New York Roads And BridgesGovernor Cuomo Signs "Buy American" Legislation For All Structural Iron And Steel On New York Roads And Bridges

    Cuomo: "Buy American will help us invest directly in our greatest asset, our workforce, to support economic development and job growth."

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  • William Floyd Teachers Help Fight Cancer through “No Shave November”William Floyd Teachers Help Fight Cancer through “No Shave November”

    The teachers raised $1,067 to benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 7 h. 5 min. ago
  • ACE Comic Con Descends on Nassau ColiseumACE Comic Con Descends on Nassau Coliseum

    Stars of Hollywood’s latest Superman and Wonder Woman reboots were the headliners among many celebrity appearances during ACE Comic Con Long Island at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum last weekend. The post ACE Comic Con Descends on Nassau Coliseum appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 2 d. 7 h. 22 min. ago
  • Long Island Woman Charged With Using Bitcoin To Launder Money To Support ISIS - NPRLong Island Woman Charged With Using Bitcoin To Launder Money To Support ISIS - NPR

    NPRLong Island Woman Charged With Using Bitcoin To Launder Money To Support ISISNPRAuthorities say a woman on Long Island, N.Y., stole and transferred more than $85,000 to support the Islamic State, using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Zoobia Shahnaz, 27, is charged with bank fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering and ...Long Island woman charged with trying to fund ISIS through fraudulent cryptocurrency schemeNew York Daily NewsFeds: Long Island woman who worked at NYC hospital funneled money to ISIS via BitcoinWABC-TVLong Island Woman Accused of Using Bitcoin to Send Tens of Thousands of Dollars to ISISNBC New YorkBusiness Insider -New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV -Wall Street Journal -Department of Justiceall 138 news articles »

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  • Nassau Authorities Seeking Teenager Reported Missing from HempsteadNassau Authorities Seeking Teenager Reported Missing from Hempstead

    Kiana Church, 15, was last seen on Willow St. on Monday, 12/11.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 10 h. 5 min. ago
  • Governor Cuomo Announces State Police To Participate In "Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over" National CrackdownGovernor Cuomo Announces State Police To Participate In "Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over" National Crackdown

    Additional Troopers will be Out on the Roads Looking for Impaired Drivers this Holiday Season.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 10 h. 5 min. ago
  • Victim Beaten, Robbed of Cell Phone in Valley Stream by Unknown Assailants, Police ReportVictim Beaten, Robbed of Cell Phone in Valley Stream by Unknown Assailants, Police Report

    NCPD: The subjects knocked the victim to the ground, where they punched and kicked him.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 10 h. 5 min. ago
  • Governor Cuomo Announces NY Designated First Age-Friendly State In The Nation By AARP And World Health OrganizationGovernor Cuomo Announces NY Designated First Age-Friendly State In The Nation By AARP And World Health Organization

    Overall Health in New York Ranks Among Top 10 in the Nation in 2017.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 10 h. 6 min. ago
  • Murray Announces Appointment As Ranking Minority Member Of Assembly Education CommitteeMurray Announces Appointment As Ranking Minority Member Of Assembly Education Committee

    Murray has served as a member of the Education Committee for a number of years.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 10 h. 6 min. ago
  • 25 Long Island Nonprofits to Donate to for The Holidays25 Long Island Nonprofits to Donate to for The Holidays

    Whether out of benevolence or the desire for a year-end tax write-off, these charities could use some charity. The post 25 Long Island Nonprofits to Donate to for The Holidays appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 2 d. 10 h. 23 min. ago
  • Officials: Brooklyn Man Arrested After Raping Nassau Teen He Met on SnapchatOfficials: Brooklyn Man Arrested After Raping Nassau Teen He Met on Snapchat

    Javier Morales, 28, engaged in a Snapchat conversation with a 14 year-old victim and met her numerous times for sexual intercourse, cops say.

    LongIsland.com / 2 d. 11 h. 5 min. ago
  • Long Island Concerts & Events December 15-17Long Island Concerts & Events December 15-17

    Suzanne Vega serenades The Landmark on Main Street, Blood, Sweat & Tears plays The Paramount, Sinbad cracks up The Space at Westbury and much more to see and do this weekend! The post Long Island Concerts & Events December 15-17 appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 2 d. 13 h. 23 min. ago
  • Brooks Introduces Bill Mandating Insurers Cover Opioid Withdrawal Medical DevicesBrooks Introduces Bill Mandating Insurers Cover Opioid Withdrawal Medical Devices

    Ensures coverage for FDA approved devices used to assist in addiction withdrawal.

    LongIsland.com / 3 d. 4 h. 5 min. ago
  • NCPD Responds to Alleged Threat Made Against New Hyde Park High SchoolNCPD Responds to Alleged Threat Made Against New Hyde Park High School

    All entrances to the school and the area were monitored by police for any suspicious activity; there were no incidents, officials report.

    LongIsland.com / 3 d. 4 h. 6 min. ago
  • Brentwood Woman Accused of Sending Money to ISISBrentwood Woman Accused of Sending Money to ISIS

    A Brentwood woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly laundering more than $85,000 using Bitcoin and sending it to ISIS, the international terrorist organization based in Syria and Iraq, federal prosecutors said. The post Brentwood Woman Accused of Sending Money to ISIS appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 3 d. 4 h. 22 min. ago
  • Newly Built North Merrick Dutch Colonial Asks $1.2MNewly Built North Merrick Dutch Colonial Asks $1.2M

    This newly built Hamptons Dutch Gambrel style Colonial looks dazzling on the outside, is energy efficient on the inside and is listed for sale in North Merrick. The post Newly Built North Merrick Dutch Colonial Asks $1.2M appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 3 d. 7 h. 22 min. ago
  • Port Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist HavenPort Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist Haven

    A thriving hub for tourism on Long Island’s North Shore, drawing countless ferry-goers, shoppers, diners and bar patrons to the village’s brimming enclave. The post Port Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist Haven appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 3 d. 13 h. 23 min. ago
  • Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Shopping DestinationsBest of Long Island Spotlight: Top Shopping Destinations

    The holiday season is upon us, which means there is little time left to buy gifts for our loved ones, but Long Island is full of places to score a last-minute present. The post Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Shopping Destinations appeared first on Long Island News from the Long Island Press.

    Long Island Press / 4 d. 10 h. 22 min. ago
  • Mafia Bust on Long Island Leads to 7 Men Charged - U.S. News & World ReportMafia Bust on Long Island Leads to 7 Men Charged - U.S. News & World Report

    Mafia Bust on Long Island Leads to 7 Men ChargedU.S. News & World ReportCENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) — Federal authorities say they've charged seven men in a racketeering bust targeting illegal gambling and other mafia-related activities on Long Island. Newsday reports that the U.S. Attorney's Office says the men are members ...and more »

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  • The Seeing Place to Celebrate the Holidays with Jingle Ball Rooftop ExtravaganzaThe Seeing Place to Celebrate the Holidays with Jingle Ball Rooftop Extravaganza

    The Seeing Place announces its first annual JINGLE BALL on December 19, 2017 - filled with art, love and fun with rooftop views of the city. Guests will rub elbows with The Seeing Place's talented artists, dance to festive music, and nibble on finger foods and desserts lovingly provided by the ensemble.

    Long Island News / 5 d. 2 h. 34 min. ago
  • The Eccentric Architecture of Queens in PhotographsThe Eccentric Architecture of Queens in Photographs

    All the Queens Houses is a photographic survey by Rafael Herrin-Ferri that explores the idiosyncratic architecture of NYC's most diverse borough. "'Three Musicians,' Semi-detached Residence, Elmhurst, NY" , from All the Queens Houses In 2012, Rafael Herrin-Ferri began systematically photographing the houses of Queens, the New York City borough he calls home.

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  • Seven Long Island mobsters hit with racketeering conspiracy, gambling and obstruction charges - New York Daily NewsSeven Long Island mobsters hit with racketeering conspiracy, gambling and obstruction charges - New York Daily News

    New York Daily NewsSeven Long Island mobsters hit with racketeering conspiracy, gambling and obstruction chargesNew York Daily NewsSeveral Long Island mobsters were busted Tuesday on a host of criminal charges including loan sharking, drug dealing and running illegal casinos, authorities said. Federal prosecutors unveiled a 13-count indictment charging six members and associates ...

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  • Hidden Gems of New York CityHidden Gems of New York City

    Within each neighborhood are the landmarks, businesses and venues that often go unnoticed by the broader public. While they can be harder to find, these places contribute to the community, culture and wellness of city-dwellers and visitors alike.

    Long Island News / 6 d. 5 h. 11 min. ago
  • Photographer busted for hiding GoPro in roommate's Queens bedroomPhotographer busted for hiding GoPro in roommate's Queens bedroom

    Cops arrested Benjamin Muri, 36, on Wednesday, after he was accused of planting the camera on a bookshelf in his victim's Long Island City bedroom last month. A professional photographer from Queens has been accused of planting a GoPro camera in his female roommate's bedroom, and the victim believes he started recording her out of jealousy.

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  • Dishwasher films women in rest room using hidden cell phone.Dishwasher films women in rest room using hidden cell phone.

    A view of Holy Guacamole at 31 St. and 36 Ave. in Long Island City, New York, via Google Maps. A dishwasher at a Queens bar hid his cell phone in the ladies room to spy on customers - but was foiled by one of the bar's regulars who spotted it in a ceiling vent, cops and prosecutors said.

    Long Island News / 7 d. 5 h. 57 min. ago
  • Scandals strip club co-owner sues partner for $500,000Scandals strip club co-owner sues partner for $500,000

    A co-owner of a troubled Queens strip club says his partner stiffed him on payments and failed to keep him abreast of finances, causing trouble for the jiggle joint, according to a new lawsuit. Kabe Park claims his business partner Anastasios Tsementzis launched an "illegal and oppressive campaign" that has stripped him of any involvement at Scandals in Long Island City, according to the lawsuit filed Dec. 1 in Queens Supreme Court.

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  • Season's first snowfall leaves NYC with light coatingSeason's first snowfall leaves NYC with light coating

    Rafi White, 9, builds a very large snowman beside the East River in Gantry Plaza State Park, Long Island City, on Saturday. The winter's first snowfall gently coated the five boroughs Saturday morning, blowing in and out of the city and leaving behind just a little bit of winter wonderland.

    Long Island News / 7 d. 15 h. 6 min. ago
  • Sulin Carling, Michael HartmanSulin Carling, Michael Hartman

    Laura Sulin Carling and Michael Ross Hartman were married Dec. 9. The Rev. Dr. Paul J. Carling, an Episcopal priest and an uncle of the bride, officiated at the Metropolitan Building in Long Island City, Queens.

    Long Island News / 7 d. 19 h. 25 min. ago
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  • 'Dark Horse' Speaker Hopeful Talks Working Class Roots, LGBT Activism'Dark Horse' Speaker Hopeful Talks Working Class Roots, LGBT Activism

    City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Queens Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer participating in a protest against President Donald Trump. Longshot City Council speaker candidate Jimmy Van Bramer, who has been dubbed the "dark horse" candidate, says his working class roots and experience in the LGBT movement-including working on the campaigns of LGBT candidates-have given him the resilience and edge necessary to win the speaker's race.

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  • Senator wants to close notorious Queens strip clubSenator wants to close notorious Queens strip club

    A state senator is calling for the closure of a notorious Queens strip club after five women were arrested on prostitution charges, the Daily News has learned. Sen. Mike Gianaris said the Show Palace on 21st St. near 43rd Ave. in Long Island City has become a public nuisance.

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  • NYC Holds First Workplace Sexual Harassment Hearing in Over 40 YearsNYC Holds First Workplace Sexual Harassment Hearing in Over 40 Years

    NYC held a protest outside of the 94th Precinct to call for all rapes to be taken seriously and to issue a series of demands to the NYPD. New York City held its first hearing on sexual harassment in the workplace in more than 40 years amid a wave of sexual assault allegations against high-profile public figures.

    Long Island News / 10 d. 6 h. 51 min. ago
  • Resort-Style Living for Graying BoomersResort-Style Living for Graying Boomers

    As the population in the New York area ages, developers are hoping to attract people 55 and older with new communities that have a country-club vibe.

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  • Resort-Style Living in the SuburbsResort-Style Living in the Suburbs

    Developers are building upscale 55-and-older communities for aging baby boomers who want to stay in the areas where they raised their families.

    NYT: Long Island
  • Sag Harbor’s Historic Cinema SavedSag Harbor’s Historic Cinema Saved

    Fire destroyed the art-house movie theater a year ago. Locals came to its rescue, exceeding their $8 million fund-raising target for its restoration.

    NYT: Long Island
  • From Bylines to Bylaws, Laura Curran Makes Leap to PoliticsFrom Bylines to Bylaws, Laura Curran Makes Leap to Politics

    The newly elected Nassau County executive says her drive to see how the world works has driven her journalistic and political career.

    NYT: Long Island
  • Homes for Sale in New York and ConnecticutHomes for Sale in New York and Connecticut

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Norwalk, Conn. and a four-bedroom waterfront home in Babylon, N.Y.

    NYT: Long Island
  • On the Market in the New York RegionOn the Market in the New York Region

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Norwalk, Conn., and a four-bedroom waterfront home in Babylon, N.Y.

    NYT: Long Island
  • Homes That Sold for Around $600,000Homes That Sold for Around $600,000

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

    NYT: Long Island
  • Police on Long Island Are Working Illegally With ICE, Suit SaysPolice on Long Island Are Working Illegally With ICE, Suit Says

    A lawsuit says authorities in Nassau County were breaking state law by arresting immigrants for civil offenses related to their status, not criminal acts.

    NYT: Long Island
  • After Decades of Silence, Small-Town Newspaper Revives Missing Woman’s CaseAfter Decades of Silence, Small-Town Newspaper Revives Missing Woman’s Case

    A daughter grasping for answers after her mother vanished moves closer to the truth after reporters re-examine the investigation.

    NYT: Long Island