Steven Reid, of Calverton, pleads guilty in 2023 shooting during candlelight vigil

Authorities arrested Reid in September after he fled to North Carolina. He was extradited back to Suffolk County by U.S. Marshals.

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Upcoming Events

Online: Watch Your Step - Fall-Prevention Strategies

May8

Community health nurse educator Maura Calio will address fears about falling, the goals of a fall-prevention education and steps to take to decrease your risk, including balance exercise resources, Zoom meeting ID is 856 1182 9383, passcode is 117289

Where

Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library

1125 Broadway

Hewlett, NY

Phone

516-374-1967

Price

free

Website
hwpl.org

Classic Film Club: Angels with Dirty Faces

May15

Watch and discuss the film Angels with Dirty Faces (1938). This rarely screened classic Angels with Dirty Faces is a film filled with memorable performances by James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan and those Dead End Kids, plus an ending you'll never forget. Angels with Dirty Faces is not to be missed and has not been seen on television or cable for many years.

Where

Babylon Public Library

24 S. Carll Ave.

Babylon, NY

Phone

631-669-1624

Price

free

Fall Harvest Car Show and Swap Meet

Oct20

Hundreds of show cars will compete in this end of the season judged event, show cars are judged in over 50 classes, featuring a swap meet with hundreds of vendors, a variety of cars for sale, pumpkin patch for kids, live entertainment and fair food, rain date is Oct. 27

Where

Flowerfield Fairgrounds

Parkside Dr.

St. James, NY

Phone

631-567-5898

Price

$10, free for ages 11 and younger

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