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Nassau vigils call for peace, understanding, end to gun violence

Nearly 100 Village of Hempstead elected officials, clergy, law enforcement and local residents held a vigil Tuesday outside village hall to pray for racial equality and for the victims of the mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket.

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In Buffalo, Biden mourns victims, says 'evil will not win'

The president, who was joined by Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, also called on Congress to act on gun control reforms.

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Suffolk legislators weighing 12-year limit for officeholders

The legislature advanced a measure that would establish a countywide referendum in November and settle an issue that caused a thorny political and legal dispute last year.

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FDA clears COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11

The authorization may not mean much on Long Island, where most families have chosen not to have those children get even a single shot.

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Suffolk home prices set record, LI sales fall

Higher mortgage rates have yet to bring down prices.

East Hampton Town Airport closure on hold

The town had planned to temporarily close the airport as part of its transition to a private facility, which would allow the town to institute a series of flight restrictions to reduce air traffic.

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New BBQ shop opens on the North Fork

The pitmaster already operates two barbecue trucks that he outfitted himself.

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New NY Congress maps a blow to Dems, boon for GOP

The maps make for about 15 Democrat-leaning districts in the state and five that lean Republican, with six others considered toss-ups.

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Answering your questions on latest guidance after positive COVID-19 test 

With the infection rate for COVID-19 rising nationally and on LI, here is the latest on self-care, isolation after contracting the virus.

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5 things to know about selling your parents' home

After a death, it helps to be prepared to deal with what can be a stressful experience.

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First 'Harry Potter' film to play at Jones Beach with live orchestra

The NJ Symphony plays as "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" is screened.

Cops: Woman left 5-month-old in car in Merrick

According to police, a witness said the baby, who was in a car with the windows closed outside a store, was crying, coughing and red in the face.

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