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ATM Skimmer Scammer Nabbed in Hewlett

The Major Case Bureau reports the arrest on an individual for Possession of a Forged Device that occurred on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 9:30 p.m. in Hewlett.

Legislator Anker Initiates Suffolk County’s School Traffic Safety Commission

Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker chaired the first meeting of the School Traffic Safety Commission at the William H. Rogers Legislature Building in Hauppauge on Thursday, August 20th.

Mangano To Host 8th Mega Job Fair At Nassau Community College

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that he will host his eighth mega private sector job fair on October 23rd at the Nassau Community College Gym in Garden City.

Mangano Welcomes America's Vetdogs To Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and his wife Linda, along with their dogs Rocky and Max, attended the 1st Annual Long Island America’s VetDogs Run & Dog Walk at Old Bethpage Village Restoration.

DEC Announces Temporary Holiday Closure of Three Shellfishing Areas

A temporary closure of three shellfishing areas on the north shore of Long Island during the upcoming Labor Day holiday period begins Saturday, September 5.

Governor Cuomo Announces Suspension of Construction-Related Lane Closures During Labor Day Weekend

Governor Cuomo today announced that temporary lane closures associated with road and bridge construction projects on New York State highways will be lifted from 6 a.m. on Friday, September 4, to 6 a.m. on Tuesday, September 8.

William Floyd's First-Year Teachers Take Bus Tour Through Community

In preparation for the school year, the William Floyd School District held its annual New Teacher Institute, a series of professional development workshops for the district’s new and non-tenured teachers.

3 Long Island Hurricanes Riders Selected to Represent NICA New York at World Cup

As top mountain bike cyclists from around the around the world return again to Windham, N.Y. for the 2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, young Long Island Hurricanes riders got their first taste of Elite World Class ...

Suffolk Community College Celebrates Tobacco Free Campuses

All Suffolk County Community College campuses are now tobacco free.

Suffolk County Police Officer Honored with Excellence in Suicide Prevention Award

Suffolk County Police Department Fifth Precinct Officer Philip Schoppmann will be one of four recipients of the Excellence in Suicide Prevention Award presented by the Suicide Prevention Center of New York State (SPCNY).

County Executive Mangano & Acting Police Commissioner Krumpter Issue School Bus Safety Tips

It’s back to school time and Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Acting Police Commissioner Thomas C. Krumpter would like to issue some school bus safety tips for students and motorists.

Mangano Announces "STOP-DWI" Labor Day Patrols

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that all Police Departments throughout Nassau County will allocate additional police officers to conduct an extensive “STOP-DWI” enforcement initiative this Labor Day holiday weekend.

PSEG Long Island Continues Local Reliability Projects in Oyster Bay & Massapequa Park

PSEG Long Island is committed to delivering best-in-class system reliability to our customers and to hardening the system to better withstand extreme weather like Superstorm Sandy.

Governor Cuomo Launches "Enough Is Enough" Public Awareness Campaign to Educate Students on New Law Combatting Sexual Violence on College Campuses

Governor Cuomo kicked off the Enough is Enough awareness campaign to highlight the State’s new law to combat sexual violence on college campuses, which takes effect this semester.

Missing Person Alert: Michael Adragna Last Seen in Massapequa Park

Crime Stoppers and the Nassau County Police Department are seeking the public’s help in locating the pictured Missing Person (Michael Adragna).

LIRR Anticipates Operating a Normal PM Rush Hour Schedule But Cautions that Delays out of Penn Station Remain Possible

The Long Island Rail Road anticipates operating on a normal schedule for this evening’s rush hour.

LIRR Service Alert for September 2

The LIRR is in the process of restoring service into and out of Penn Station.

Jericho Water District Superintendent Peter Logan Addresses Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association On Nitrate Removal

Jericho Water District Superintendent Peter Logan recently addressed Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) on nitrate removal as part of NSWCA's ongoing educational education and training series.

Suffolk County SPCA: September is National Disaster Preparedness Month

Help your animal stay safe! Your pet counts on you. Have a plan in place.

Governor Cuomo Announces Innovative Clean Energy Project on Long Island Under Reforming the Energy Vision

Governor Cuomo announced the launch of an anaerobic digester project on Long Island that will serve as an innovative model of how clean, on-site power can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support sustainable communities.
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