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200th 'zombie house' demolished in Brookhaven

Brookhaven Supervisor Edward P. Romaine and Councilmembers Jane Bonner and Neil Foley spoke about the demolition of the 200th "zombie house" in the town on Wednesday as the Coram structure was torn down.  (Credit: Ed Betz)


On Wednesday, Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen defended Hempstead supervisor defends budget On Tuesday, Nassau University Medical Center Chief Medical Officer NUMC officials urge people to get flu shots Kevin Beckman, 6, talks about discovering his pumpkin Lindenhurst family offers $500 reward for stolen pumpkin State Assemb. Joseph Lentol (D-Brooklyn) discusses reasons for Legislative hearing considers legalizing marijuana On Tuesday, attorney Stephen McCarthy Jr. read a Driver pleads not guilty in fatal Boy Scouts crash Hempstead Lake State Park would lose 2,555 trees Hempstead Lake State Park could lose 2,555 trees The Northport VA Medical Center in Northport will Northport VA gets new mobile medical unit Molly Dutrow, 24, of Syosset, was charged with Cops: Woman bit police officer at Oyster Festival The Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp., of Oyster Replication of the oyster dredge Ida May Weeks after Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen released Hempstead Town Council presents alternate budget President Donald Trump is marveling at the hurricane Trumps distribute bottled water at FEMA center Suffolk County officials swore in 119 recruits during a Suffolk police recruits sworn in President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump Trump arrives in Fla. to survey hurricane damage On Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a Sessions creates new federal task force to fight MS-13 Out on a Limb Foundation held a fundraiser at Lido Fundraiser helps pediatric amputees in Lido Beach Search crews on Sunday said they have focused Authorities: Plane crash victim ID'd; search for others ongoing One body was recovered after a small private plane that took Plane crash in Westhampton Beach On Friday, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran signed Nassau County to produce informational visor cards for deaf The Federal Emergency Management Agency is pleading with FEMA: Warns still not safe to return home U.S. Coast Guard crews took helicopter flights over Coast Guard assesses Hurricane Michael damage Florida Governor Rick Scott toured some of the Gov. Scott: Worst Florida damage in Mexico Beach LGBT Network president David Kilmnick announced that the Islanders join LGBT Network's global coming-out campaign Hurricane Michael all but erased the tiny community Hurricane leaves Mexico Beach in shreds Toys for Tots co-chair Sean Acosta spoke on Marines join hundreds of LI kids to kick off Toys for Tots Babylon Town supervisor Rich Schaffer, in Lindenhurst on Babylon eyes gas station cleanups One of the hardest-hit spots in Florida is Drone video of devastation left in Mexico Beach On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott said people from Gov. Scott: 'Hurricane was an absolute monster' Following the decision to drop part of the Part of sex assault case against Weinstein dropped Floridians recorded the devastation that unfolded Wednesday, as Hurricane Michael's fury batters Florida's coast The third-most powerful hurricane to hit the U.S. Hurricane Michael Survivor: 'It was hell'