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Baldwin marchers call for stopping police brutality in Nassau County

The parents of two teen boys, who they say were beaten by Nassau police after being arrested, marched with about 50 people protesting police brutality. Credit: Newsday / Linda Rosier


Baymen say the scallop harvest season, which starts Peconic Bay scallop harvesting season suffering Tony Jimenez, of Glen Cove, who has lived After a life of public service, one Long Islander looks to the community for help Early voting continued on Saturday, as Long Islanders Lines continue for early voting across Long Island Hempstead school board members denounce release of preliminary audit The National Weather Service said on Friday Long Friday's forecast: Rain and wind, freezing temperatures tonight Retired NYPD Officer John Ferreyra, of Kings Park, Ex-lawyer pleads guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from 9-11 responder Long Island can expect moderate to heavy rain Moderate to heavy rain into Thursday night A Republican fundraiser for Hempstead Supervisor Don Clavin Fundraiser for Hempstead supervisor probed over COVID rules Watch a 360 video of 9 Long Island Thanksgiving on Long Island Nassau County Executive Laura Curran on Thursday thanked Nassau announce $1M grant for license plate readers les payne Pulitzer Prize winner Les Payne's family discusses his new Malcolm X biography A table filled with Halloween goodies is seen Trick-or-treating with a twist: LI organization delivers candy to kids On Thursday, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea named Juanita Juanita Holmes named NYPD's new chief of patrol A memorial wall in Nesconset will include workers sickened 9/11 workers who die of COVID-19 to be added to Nesconset wall Newsday's Steve Langford on Wednesday looked at some Suffolk fines Cutchogue country club $17G in 'superspreader' event Suffolk County Legis. Robert Trotta held a news Trotta: Bellone "trying to balance the budget on our water" Herricks Union Free School District Superintendent Dr. Fino Herricks school district on publicly posted AP test results The American Venice Civic Association is a group American Venice civic group hopes to create a living shoreline in Lindenhurst The National Weather Service said on Wednesday Long Wednesday's forecast: Rain with temperatures in the low 60s A rally was held in Rockville Centre on Protesters: Protect our incarcerated loved ones Seventh-graders read their winning essays about Jupiter Hammon, Jupiter Hammon essay contest winners marketing-event-102720a College and COVID-19: What students should know about the application process Marisa Florio of Middle Island said a clinical Clinical trial gives LI woman a new lease on life Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday said the Cuomo: All red zone positivity rates are down Empty streets are a thing of the past Traffic is back on Long Island The National Weather Service said on Monday the Monday's forecast: Overcast with light rain, high of 60 Many students across Long Island are happy to Students adjusting to balancing virtual and in-school learning Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday called for Mayor calls for BOE to bring out more machines Lissete Calvio of Long Beach gets her flu Getting a flu shot at time of 'twindemic' fears Maryann Almes, president of the Oakdale Historical Society, Oakdale Historical Society president speaks out about Idlehour estate Long Island supporters of the president gathered at As election approaches, Trump supporters rally in Eisenhower Park A group of about two dozen protesters on Black Lives Matter caravan goes from Bay Shore to Greenport For a second day, Long Islanders who voted More than 55,000 across LI vote in first two days of early polling The Long Island Rail Road predicts a drop Newsday's Steve Langford takes a look at what could be the future of the LIRR Newsday transportation reporter Alfonso Castillo talks with William Could some LIRR ridership be gone — for good?