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Firefighters tended to a blaze at a Fir Street home just after midnight on Feb. 24. more
Baldwin man John Robinson, 23, was sentenced on Feb. 23 to 17 years to life in prison for an October 2015 burglary in Rockville Centre. It occurred on Sherman Avenue around 11:30 a.m. Robinson was … more
By March 1, homeowners who are involved in the program must submit a Scope of Work Itemization Form 6100 and Scope of Work Change Request. In other words, when someone lifts his or her home, there is an initial cost estimate that is approved in a grant request from NY Rising. Once the house-elevation process begins there are cost overruns and unanticipated challenges that cause homeowners to file change orders. If these orders are not filed by the deadline, the homeowner will have to pay out of pocket. The second deadline set by NY Rising is Sept. 1, by which all residents involved must have their houses lifted. more
Following President Donald Trump’s Feb. 22 announcement that the Education and Justice Departments will no longer mandate that public schools allow transgender students to use the bathroom corresponding with their gender identity, Gov. Andrew Cuomo shot back on Thursday with his own order for state officials. more
Three teens were arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing multiple cars in Bellmore and Roosevelt. more
Ruth Solomon, 74, of Pocono Pines, PA, died on Feb. 17 at home. more
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization, released its most recent census of organizations it deems hate groups on Feb. 15, identifying at least two that are active on Long Island. more
For the first time in Kennedy High School’s history, the junior varsity cheerleading team participated in the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Fla. After taking part in a regional competition and hosting a series of fundraisers, coach Linda Leonardo said that it was a relief to finally see the freshmen and sophomores perform their routine at the event. more
A former Merrick resident will spend three months in jail for embezzling around $100,000 meant for developmentally disabled people in order to finance what the State Inspector General called “her posh personal lifestyle.” more
“I can’t do it,” said one of the dance students as she struggled to learn a new routine. “What is that? ‘I can’t’,” her instructor Tjuana Evans shot back. “There’s no such … more
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