Samantha Lee Segal, the former executive director of the Suffolk Board of Ethics, received the settlement after filing complaints about antisemitism on the job.2m read2m read
The elections marked widespread victories for candidates endorsed by local teacher unions, and numerous losses for those groups that backed candidates critical of the ways race, gender and history are taught.3m read3m read
The bonds will be used to convert Long Beach's wastewater treatment plant and build a pipeline that connects to Nassau's treatment facility at Bay Park in East Rockaway.2m read2m read
Police said the collision occurred while detectives were investigating a fatal overdose.1m read1m read
Steel Equities plans to renovate the longtime home of Slant/Fin Corp., which won tax breaks in 2016 to stay on Long Island but is closing the facility.1m read1m read
Of the more than 70 New York State judges who went to the three-night retreat at Star Island Resort & Marina, 20 later tested positive for the coronavirus, a court system spokesman said.1m read1m read
LuHi's Kate Koval is a 6-5 sophomore from Kyiv who came to LI last September to pursue her dream of playing in the pros.5m read5m read
The 10-year-old Long Beach boy who suffered an epileptic seizure was also named an honorary Marine.2m read2m read
Toys for Tots will distribute 750,000 toys on LI this holiday season in honor of Lazar LaPenna, who died playing baseball. Steve Langford reports.
James W. Foote was in demand for reenactments and appearances.2m read2m read
According to the indictment, Sharon Gardner, then the food services director for Hempstead schools, steered more than $1 million in sole-source breakfast contracts to Maria Caliendo's company, even though cheaper options existed.2m read2m read
Police intervened after the victim was able to lure Johnny Shorter outside with the promise of giving him money that he was demanding.1m read1m read
"It doesn't matter if people think that she's a victim of the Long Island [Gilgo] Serial Killer or not. Something happened to her that night," Sherre Gilbert said Tuesday.2m read2m read
Shannan Gilbert's sister Sherre and the family attorney, John Ray, spoke on Tuesday about Suffolk police's claim that Shannan died from a "tragic accident." Newsday TV's Cecilia Dowd reports.
Attempts by law enforcement to locate Shannan Gilbert's body in late 2010 and early 2011 ultimately led authorities to the remains of 10 other victims in what has become one of the country's most notorious serial killer cases.4m read4m read
The appeals court ruled that the law's language was not unconstitutionally vague in how it said law enforcement should not restrict the breathing of a suspect.1m read1m read
Robert Turley, who was convicted of the Dec. 9, 1984, attempted rape and strangulation murder of 12-year-old Jennifer Goff, is scheduled to go before a parole board again this week.4m read4m read
A Patchogue man pleaded guilty to six counts of child abuse for molesting eight girls at an unlicensed day care he ran with his wife at his home, according to the Suffolk County district attorney's office.1m read1m read
After a verbal altercation Keith Pooler 56, stabbed the victim in the heart with a steak knife, authorities said.
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The North Fork Express charter bus depot is being sought for the Ronkonkoma Hub development.2m read2m read
The maps make for about 15 Democrat-leaning districts in the state and five that lean Republican, with six others considered toss-ups.3m read3m read
'It's a good day,' Lambert said, as Lamoriello praises the job Lambert did when filling in for Barry Trotz earlier this year.2m read2m read