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New BBQ shop opens on the North Fork

The pitmaster already operates two barbecue trucks that he outfitted himself.

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White House reaches agreement to restart baby formula production as LI parents struggle

As the nationwide shortage reached emergency levels for many families, Suffolk County lawmakers joined one of the region's largest food banks for a major formula collection drive.

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Answering your questions on latest guidance after positive COVID-19 test 

With the infection rate for COVID-19 rising nationally and on LI, here is the latest on self-care, isolation after contracting the virus.

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Cops: Woman left 5-month-old in car in Merrick

A witness told police the baby, who was in a car with the windows closed outside a store, was crying, coughing and red in the face.

AAA: 35M on highways for holiday, despite record gas prices

The auto club and insurance company is predicting 1.5 million more motorists on the roads for Memorial Day weekend than last year.

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5 things to know about selling your parents' home

After a death, it helps to be prepared to deal with what can be a stressful experience.

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State launches new effort to examine banking access

Within the broader New York City metropolitan area, Black and Hispanic households have among the highest rates of being "unbanked," according to the most recent FDIC survey.

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Philanthropist, longtime matriarch of Modell's, dies

Shelby Modell's "whole life was dedicated to helping people," her son said.

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Hearing on proposed $4M tax break for East Farmingdale apartments

A public hearing will be held Wednesday on a proposed tax break for an East Farmingdale apartment complex that would save the developer more than $4 million in property taxes.

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'It hits close to home': LI reacts to Buffalo shooting

Long Islanders responded to the deadly Buffalo shooting over the weekend with heartbreak, anger and calls to root out racism and gun violence.

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Police respond to JCC in Lawrence after bomb threat made via email

After conducting a "thorough and systematic search" of the building and area in Lawrence, Nassau police said they found no evidence of any credible dangers.

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Ronkonkoma bus company resists town's attempt to seize property

The North Fork Express charter bus depot is being sought for the Ronkonkoma Hub development.

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