Police on Long Island are investigating a series of hateful letters sent to a gay advocacy group, including one that threatened to kill its leader and burn down a housing complex.
Suffolk County police Thursday night were investigating after threatening letters was received by an LGBT service center in Bay Shore.
The Long Island GLBT Network says the 50-unit development is planned for a site in Bay Shore. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and other community leaders are supporting the project.
Last week, Steve Harper and Leeana Karlson, the hosts of K-98.3’s morning show, posted an invitation from two gay dads to their daughter’s seventh birthday party and a controversial response from another parent.
It’s a proud time for Long Island’s gay community, as the National Parent Teacher Association and its New York State branch will allow the Long Island Gay PTA to use the PTA name.
A new parent-teacher group is meeting for the first time tonight on Long Island. Its goal is to stop bullying of gay students.
Before hundreds of guests, 56 couples tied the knot on a terrace overlooking the famed Black Course at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale — which has twice been the home of the U.S. Open golf championships.
David Kilmnick of the Long Island GLBT Services Network says many gay couples don’t know the steps to take to make their marriage legal.