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A Silver Alert is being posted for Kermit Black, 68, from Elmont, who has been missing since Monday. more
New York State named the Town of Hempstead a Clean Energy Community earlier this month, a designation that qualifies the town for $150,000 in grant funding to pursue additional renewable energy … more
Joined, in front of the North Merrick Fire Department, by several local firefighters, as well as Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages, 8th District Senator John Brooks called on Sunday for the state to look into making the Southern State Parkway safer. more
New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman Wednesday announced a settlement with FCN Corporation, a company that operated 5 Star Car Wash in Elmont, and its manager Christopher Conte, which collectively is known as "5 Star," for underpaying employees, including failing to compensate workers the required minimum wage and overtime pay rates. In the settlement, 5 Star agreed to pay $154,951 in restitution to 16 current or former employees. more
A fire erupted on Wednesday inside Amato's Bakery in Franklin Square around 4 p.m. more
Twelve alleged members of a criminal theft and fencing ring — including one from Elmont and one from Long Beach — were arrested and charged last week with stealing millions of dollars worth of goods and selling them online for more than two decades, according to State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. more
Nassau County's acting police commissioner, Thomas Krumpter, met with roughly 100 local residents at the Elmont Public Library on March 7. The first order of business on many people's minds: Making sure that Problem Oriented Policing officer Edward Grim is returned to local streets, after he was reassigned to other duties earlier this year. more
Village of Rockville Centre police officer Anthony Federico left the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola on March 8 silently as a crush of press surrounded him. His attorney, William Petrillo, … more
The blizzard predicted for Tuesday for Franklin Square and Elmont brought less snow than expected at mid-morning, though roads were made dangerous by a mixture of snow, sleet and rain. more
All of Long Island is now under a Blizzard Watch from late Monday, March 13, into Wednesday, March 15. more
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