Fatal opioid overdoses fall in Suffolk for second year in a row, stats show
The office of Suffolk County Medical Examiner Michael estimated that 313 people died as a result of opioid overdoses last year, a 17.6 percent drop from the 380 deaths in 2018.
As man's parole hearing nears, his biological son fights to keep him in prison
John Jackson, who was convicted of strangling his wife in their Bellmore home in 1995, will be considered for parole next month. But an online petition filed on behalf of Nick Gangi and his family pushes to block Jackson's release.
Legislators must adopt a state budget amid a pandemic
A difficult task has been made that much harder because of the impact of the coronavirus.
Raymond Harrington, former Nassau County judge, dies at 92
Judge Raymond Harrington forged a no-nonsense reputation for ensuring that justice was served during a career that spanned nearly 40 years.
Learn how to make a cocktail or taste wine, remotely
The challenge of generating cash flow, or at least staying connected, has instigated some novel moves.
LI sees population drop in 2019, census figures show
Demographers said the losses were primarily the result of declines in international migration into the region and domestic migration from the area to other states.
Three condos for under $200,000
Condos typically have low annual taxes and monthly common charges or maintenance fees, and could be especially attractive to seniors, who frequently pay cash for their unit.
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A call for reason in a time of crisis
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