'Cold-stunned' sea turtles coming to LI for treatment

Many of the sea turtles have died or need treatment. Riverhead's New York Marine Rescue Center now is caring for more than 30 endangered or threatened sea turtles all found on Long Island beaches.

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12 LI projects to share $10.7 million in NYS grants, tax credits

Water Lilies Food, a maker of Asian appetizers, will use $6 million to double its space in the former Entenmann's Bakery in Bay Shore and add 170 jobs, said CEO Peter Lee.

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Suffolk County officials returning for jobs with Town of Babylon

Phil Berdolt will become a deputy commissioner for Babylon's Department of Public Works and Paul Margiotta will work part time as acting director of the town's adjudication bureau.

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Forecast: Sunny and mild today, ahead of storm tomorrow

Long Islanders will need their umbrellas tomorrow, with brief, heavy downpours and strong winds predicted for the afternoon and evening.

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New dumpling spot opens in Franklin Square

The new eatery also serves buns, fried rice, noodles and soups.

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ChristmasLand pop-up experience opens at Tanger Outlets

Guests can visit a reindeer at its stable or head to Santa's workshop where they can write a letter to the man in red, among other things.

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Family sues rental house owners, companies in Noyack fire that killed sisters

A lack of promised functioning smoke detectors at what turned out to be an illegal, uninspected East End vacation rental robbed the victims "of precious time to escape," according to the lawsuit.

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