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We've wrapped the LI Now Live post for Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014, but here's a look at some of the stories Newsday has been following throughout the day.
Scroll down to see a daily roundup of tweets from Newsday and its reporters.
(Mobile users: Access social media updates via the link below.)
COPS: DUO STOLE ITEMS FROM GYM
Suffolk County police are looking for two unidentified...Read more »
We're wrapping up our live post for Monday, Aug, 18, 2014. Thanks for choosing us as your source for the latest local news, traffic and transit alerts, weather and more.
Until Tuesday, peruse below to see what we've been tracking.
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FLOOD HELP. The New York State Department of Financial Services'...Read more »
Well, that's it for the live post on this lovely Friday, Aug. 15.
To help with your weekend plans, be sure to check out events featured on exploreLI.com and view the weather forecast.
Overall, it's expected to be sunny with a high of around 80 Saturday. On Sunday, there is a chance of rain. The high again will be around 80.
Meanwhile, take a look at some of the news we've been...Read more »
That's it for Thursday's edition of the live Long Island Now post. Thanks for joining us.
Be sure to come back Friday for another look at local breaking news, traffic and transit alerts, weather and more updates.
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WHAT TO WATCH
HUNTINGTON: The zoning board will hear from a...Read more »
Today's record-setting rain broke multiple state records and left destruction across the island.
Find the latest updates below from readers and reporters as LI recovers. Share your photos or stories with the hashtag #LIRain on social media.
Find Newsday's main story on the storm, power outages and flooding at http://nwsdy.li/1q89J14.
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We've wrapped today's live Long Island Now post for Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, but here's a look at two meetings Newsday will be covering Tuesday night.
DOUBLE POLES. The North Hempstead town board Tuesday will consider a law addressing the issue of double utility poles. The 7:30 p.m. meeting will be at Town Hall, 220 Plandome Rd., Manhasset. Check for Twitter updates from Newsday's Lisa Irizarry:...Read more »
That's it for today's edition of the live Long Island Now post. Thanks for joining us.
Be sure to come back Tuesday for another look at r local breaking news, traffic and transit alerts, weather and more updates.
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TRAFFIC AND TRANSIT
LIRR. A broken rail east of Farmingdale limited train service...Read more »
Good afternoon Long Island. Thanks for visiting the LI Now live blog for Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014.We're winding it down for the day, but here are some things to keep an eye on.Mobile users can click the link below to access our live coverage.WANTED:Suffolk County police are looking for two unidentified men who allegedly broke into two cars parked at the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville and stole...Read more »
We've wrapped up Tuesday's live Long Island Now post for Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014, but Newsday will be covering these meetings Tuesday night.
SMOKING BAN. Great Neck Village Tuesday will weigh extending a moratorium on permits for businesses that allow smoking on-site. The 7:30 p.m. meeting is at Village Hall. Follow reporter Scott Eidler’s Twitter updates @Eidz-Towns.
FLOOD...Read more »
A Merrick neighborhood watch group is warning residents about home burglaries in the area.
The North and Central Merrick group said burglars are posing as utility workers to distract residents while accomplices may ransack the home when residents are not paying attention.
Several cases have been reported in Nassau County in recent weeks where suspects have posed as National Grid inspectors...Read more »