Ex-Nassau County Exec Mangano, Oyster Bay Supervisor Venditto Case Now With JuryA jury will now decide on corruption charges against former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto.
Patchogue Public Safety Officer Accused Of Sexual Misconduct, Forcible TouchingA once-trusted public safety officer is on the wrong side of the law. He's accused of preying on women in the Long Island village he was charged with protecting.
LIRR Says GPS Leading Drivers Onto Active Train TracksGPS apps are apparently causing more confusion around railroad tracks than people realized.
Divide On U.S. Embassy Relocation To Jerusalem Felt Equally Here At HomeCelebration mixed with bloodshed in Israel on Monday. The opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem reversed decades of American policy.
Town Of Hempstead Considers Ban On Backyard MarinasBoating season is here and with the excitement also comes complaints about pollution, traffic jams on waterways and noise. 
Baldwin School District's 'Classroom Of The Future' Proving To Be Worth The CostIt has been dubbed the "classroom of the future," but really it's the classroom of the present.
‘Not Needed, Not Wanted:’ Huntington Residents Push Back Against Developer’s Plan For Commercial CenterA large area of open space on Long Island could soon be cleared to make room for what residents are calling a mega-mall. But many say that’s the last thing they need and they’re asking elected officials to keep a decade-old promise.
Glen Cove’s Proposed Code Of Conduct Sparks Debate Over Facebook & Free SpeechLawmakers on Long Island are getting ready to vote on a controversial proposal, which involves whether the local government can dictate what its workers share on social media.
Congregation Of Nuns On Long Island On Sacred Mission To Save The PlanetThe sisters are using nearly every corner of their 211-acre Brentwood campus as a model of sustainability – from honey-making bee hives to farm-fresh eggs.
Nassau Taxpayers On Edge Over Scheduled Vote For Development Of Beloved Country ClubResidents are awaiting a decision on what kind of development will be allowed on a sprawling open space in Nassau County.
Officials: Hempstead Man Stole From Fire Department, Lied To Become Police OfficerThe charges are raising eyebrows because Randy Stith also serves as a trustee on the struggling and bitterly divided Hempstead school board. 
Exclusive: Wrongfully Convicted Marty Tankleff Says $10M Settlement Doesn’t Make Up For ‘Everything That I’ve Lost In Life’A $10 million settlement has been announced for a Suffolk County man who spent nearly 20 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of killing his parents.

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