The first shipment of square knishes arrived at the 125-year-old landmark on Manhattan’s Lower East Side Monday morning.
The Long Island factory that makes deep-fried square knishes is reopening five months after it was badly damaged in a fire. Production will start next week.
Residents contend saltwater from the Great South Bay creeps up driveways, corroding cars and damaging yards and foundations whenever they get substantial rain.
A fire at the Gabila’s plant in Copiague on Sept. 24 damaged the machinery that makes the company’s top seller – “The Original Coney Island Square Knish.”
Suffolk County police helped members of the U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey task force arrest a Central Islip man wanted in connection with the shooting of a Copiague man, on Monday.
A fire Sept. 24 at the Gabila’s plant in Copiague, Long Island, damaged the machinery that makes the company’s biggest seller – “The Original Coney Island Square Knish,” which also come filled with kasha or spinach.
Jaquan Joas, of Copiague, has been charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, resisting arrest, false personation and criminal possession of marijuana.
A man was arrested and charged Saturday with an early-morning shooting that wounded three people in Copiague, Long Island.
Suffolk County police used ropes Monday to pull the bird, possibly and emu, out of the water in Copiague.
Antron McCloud, 21, is accused of breaking into a home on North 20th Street, gas station and drug store in Wyandanch, police said.
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Errol D. Barham Jr., 22, of Copiague, is accused of six burglaries and one attempted break-in in Lindenhurst, District Attorney Thomas Spota said.
A Long Island man has been arrested after police said he tried to rob two banks by telling an employee he needed cash because his daughter had been kidnapped and was going to be killed.
Authorities said Jay Gonzalez, 21, was tasered three times as they tried to arrest him outside a deli in Copiague. He said he was trying to comply with officers, but police said Gonzalez was agitated and made an obscene gesture.
A number of arrests have been made on Long Island for illegal gun possession of late, and one man has been charged with murder. And Suffolk County DA Tom Spota said the guns are coming from the south.