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Rising 30 feet into the blue sky above the green grass of a former bullpen, a six-pronged antenna connected amateur radio operators inside an old... [Read More]
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Worshippers of various faiths came together in Port Jefferson Station on Sunday to speak against the practice of children being separated from their families during... [Read More]
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Sports was among the least of concerns in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. But in the weeks and months... [Read More]
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Brookhaven town is investigating a rottweiler attack that killed two Yorkshire Terriers in Selden on Thursday, officials said. [Read More]
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Visitors to Indian Island Park in Riverhead Sunday were greeted by educators and students raising awareness about a growing threat on Long Island -- ticks. [Read More]
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FDNY Chief Ronald Spadafora, who supervised rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero, died Saturday of World Trade Center-related cancer, according to the FDNY. He... [Read More]
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You can all but hear the heartbeat returning to Watch Hill marina on Fire Island, which has reopened for the summer after nearly two years... [Read More]
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A chance of showers and gusty winds Sunday night could help cool off a muggy day ahead of better weather, according to the National Weather... [Read More]
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A child's body was discovered Sunday in the water off Long Beach, police said, and officials are trying to determine if it is that of... [Read More]
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Suffolk County Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr. said working for the Yankees helped shape his personal life and career. [Read More]
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Sen. Chuck Schumer urged the Trump administration Sunday to appoint a "czar" to take control of the federal government's efforts to reunify migrant children separated... [Read More]
Three fishermen from the Shinnecock Indian Nation have sued the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Suffolk District Attorney's office, seeking relief from what... [Read More]
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Among the vintage signs and advertisements that cover the back wall of Dang BBQ is a sage observation that could serve as the restaurant's motto:... [Read More]
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Robert Moses State Park has a new -- and so far rarely used -- overnight marina for boaters. [Read More]
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See profiles for every candidate, Newsday's endorsements and ballot propositions. You can find out where to vote at the NYS Board of Elections website. [Read More]
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"Who's gonna drive you home tonight?" [Read More]
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I don't remember when I first heard about Koko. But my feelings about her never changed. [Read More]
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The Gristmill arrives in East Rockaway with not one but two heavy hitters in the kitchen. Manning the pizza oven is Jerry Miele, who made... [Read More]
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Land owned by the state in Huntington Station that's central to redevelopment plans of the hamlet has been approved for transfer to Huntington Town. [Read More]
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Vietnam veteran Clifford Graebe had never felt fully comfortable without access to a gun since he was shot through the thigh in 1970, during a... [Read More]
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