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Carl Corry

Carl Corry, newsday.com's online editor for local news, is a longtime local reporter and editor who previously worked at News 12 Interactive, Long Island Business News and Marketwatch.com. He's a graduate of Sachem High School and Stony Brook University. He is a former president of the Press Club of Long Island.

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Residents speak out against Serota project

An artist rendering of the Serota Pines development

Residents jammed Islip Town Hall Tuesday for one of the board's rare night meetings this year. The top item of discussion — though it wasn't on the 25-item agenda — was the Serota Properties Islip Pines Project, a 136-acre, mixed-use development proposed for Holbrook.The project has been opposed by the 25 civic groups and chambers of commerce that form the South Shore Civic Alliance.


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LI Now updates for March 17, 2014

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Long Island. We're closing down our live post for the day, but thanks for following along.

LOTTERY. The New York Lottery today announced that the $59,236.50 top-prize winning ticket for the March 16 Take 5 drawing was sold at a 7-Eleven in Floral Park. The winning numbers were 12-17-18-29-38.

WEATHER. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low of 19 degrees. The...

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