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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Faces Off Against a Rare Cancer With Launch of Sarcoma Research Project

Initial funding from LI groups: Friends of T.J. Foundation, the Christina Renna Foundation, the Michelle Paternoster Foundation for Sarcoma Research and The Clark Gillies Foundation.

Governor Cuomo Announces Two Additional Hospitals Designated to Treat Ebola Patients

Erie County Medical Center and Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Now Designated to Care for Potential Ebola Patients.

PSEG Long Island Restores Storm Damaged Osprey Nesting Station

Collaborates with Nissequogue River State Park to Help Maintain Vital Ecosystem.

Dix Hills Doctor Indicted in Illegal Sales of Over 200 Painkiller Prescriptions: Pills worth $700,000 on Black Market

The DEA announced today the arrest and indictment of Dr. Schiller Desgrottes on charges he illegally sold over 200 prescriptions for oxycodone, a highly addictive opioid painkiller.

William Floyd Varsity Tennis Wins Suffolk County Championship

a rematch from last year’s finals, the William Floyd Colonials varsity tennis team (No. 2 seed) defied the odds and defeated the favored Half Hollow Hills East (HHHE) Thunderbirds to win their first Suffolk County Championship.

Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association Meets with PSEG-LI as Part of Ongoing Educational Series

Long Island Commissioners serving on Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners' Association recently met with representatives from PSEG at a recent Association meeting.

Man Wanted for Robbing Frankin Square Chase Bank

The Major Offense Bureau reports the details of a bank robbery that occurred on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 8:31 a.m. in Franklin Square.

Two Inwood Men Arrested for Car Theft

The Major Case Bureau reports the arrest of two Inwood men on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 5:35 P.M. in Inwood.

Suffolk County SPCA Offers Halloween Pet Safety Tips

The Suffolk County SPCA is issuing these simple guidelines to make Halloween safe for your companion animals.

New Study Casts Sharpest Light Yet on Genetic Mysteries of Autism

Our picture of how genetic errors contribute to autism has just gotten sharper.

Pink Hard Hats Raise Money, Awareness for Breast Cancer at National Grid

Employees donate more than $100,000 to American Cancer Society.

Mangano, Hannon, Martins Announce Additional Funds To Combat Heroin Epidemic

Nassau County has combated heroin and opioid abuse through a comprehensive strategy that includes enhanced enforcement, education and awareness.

Queens Man Indicted After Threatening to Blow Up Police Precincts

Richard Bolton, 30, called 911 and threatened to blow up NYC and Nassau precincts.

Elmont Man Arrested for Selling Cocaine on Craigslist to Undercover Cop

The Narcotics/Vice Bureau reports the arrest of a Brooklyn man for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance that occurred on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 in Elmont.

SCPD Looking for Man Who Exposed Himself to 11 Year Old in Brentwood

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who exposed himself to a child in Brentwood earlier this month.

SCPD Crime Alert: Jamesport Home Burglarized, Suspects Wanted

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and the Riverhead Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the person or people who burglarized a Jamesport home in October.

Latest Edition of Adelphi University’s Award-Winning Exploring Critical Issues Focus is on Common Core State Standards

Exploring Critical Issues, the award-winning televised series conceived and hosted by Adelphi University President Robert A. Scott, will bring viewers a discussion by expert panelists on “Common Core State Standards,” to air for two weeks.

Governor Cuomo Releases Report on State's Recovery From Superstorm Sandy

Released on Two-Year Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, Report Outlines State's Progress in Building Back Better and Increasing Resiliency.

Southern Pine Beetle Confirmed for the First Time in New York State

This is the first detection of SPB in New York State.

Two Fatalities in Farmingdale

The Homicide Squad reports the details of two fatalities that occurred on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 in Farmingdale.
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