Hicksville woman battles to keep flood-damaged home due for demolition

"It's very heartbreaking because for nine years I've been struggling to save it," Doina Almazon said of her house, which is due to be demolished. Town officials said it is unsafe.

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Heavy rain expected today but sunshine returns for the rest of the work week, NWS says

The storms and on and off showers were expected to last through Monday and Monday evening.

Anti-bias task force rebrands with renewed focus

The council, whose members include faith and nonprofit leaders, community organizers and elected officials, is tasked with creating opportunities to bring the town together to find ways to overcome bias.

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Democrats for NY Governor: The issues, resumes and pitches

Three Democrats are seeking the party's nomination for governor in the June 28 primary — and vying for the direction of the party.

GOP foes for governor spar over crime, affordability, abortion, Trump

The candidates seeking the Republican nomination for governor in the June 28 primary have focused on rising crime and the rising cost of living in New York, but also have taken positions on abortion and their view of former President Donald Trump.

Babylon tweaks town code language before moving some court cases to new adjudication bureau

Officials said among the benefits of the court is that night sessions will be held so residents won't have to take off from work, and fines for minor infractions can be paid online.

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'Paddle out' celebrates life of Casey Skudin on the water

Scores of people, flanked by rows of American flags on the beach, walked to the shoreline with their surfboards and paddled out more than 100 yards into the water.

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