Jury convicts lawyer of conspiracy to bribe witness
John Scarpa, 66, a seasoned Queens defense lawyer from Hauppage, was found guilty by jurors on the second day of deliberations.
SCCC: 'We now have the tools to succeed'
Suffolk County Community College held its 57th commencement Thursday in two separate ceremonies at the Health, Sports and Education Center ...
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Riverhead board fails to select law firm on EPCAL sale
Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith and Councilman Tim Hubbard voted on opposite ends at Wednesday's board meeting to pick a law firm ...
Free annual chalk festival returns to LI
Artists come from all over Long Island to participate.
DA's report: Bush was wrongfully convicted of murder
After 44 years of waiting, Keith Bush's 1976 murder conviction was vacated by a judge after a district attorney's report concluded he had been wrongfully convicted of the sex-related murder of teenager Sherese Watson.
See who got hired, promoted on Long Island
Here are some of the people who have made recent job changes. They are family, friends, neighbors, colleagues from across Long Island.
Board fails to select law firm on EPCAL sale
The Riverhead town board failed to select either of two firms proposed for additional legal advice on a pending $40 million land sale.
Census: Suffolk loses 2,478 residents
Brookhaven, Suffolk's largest town, lost 1,057 residents between July 2017 and July 2018 while Nassau gained a modest 679 residents, according to the latest U.S. Census population estimate.
Brown: Bush can't forgive those who put him in jail
He does not forgive Suffolk prosecutors, who ignored those leads -- and withheld them, along with other information, from Bush's defense lawyer -- during trial.
Bush on vacated conviction: 'I am truly humbled'
Bush was convicted of the sex-related murder of teenager Sherese Watson and spent 33 years behind bars before being paroled as a sex-offender.