A woman is dead and a toddler has been hospitalized following separate drowning incidents on Long Island.
Giovanni Cipriano,14, had an anaphylactic reaction to eating trail mix he didn’t know contained peanuts. Gio slipped into a coma, was on life support for weeks and died last month.
A worker at the plant told Newsday that another employee found the baby in a trash bag on a conveyor belt.
The Wantagh-based AMT Children of Hope Foundation will hold a ceremony for the tiny victim. The organization has provided similar burials for more than 100 babies.
A baby was found dead in a garbage bag Tuesday in a Nassau County sanitation facility, police said.
Emergency responders freed him and airlifted him to a hospital, where he died of his injuries early Saturday.
The plan is to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere for $12.5 million to a group that wants to convert it to an outpatient medical center.
The hot-button issue is whether to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere for $12.5 dollars, return it to the tax rolls and pump the much-needed cash into the district’s budget.
Morrell Caterers, the Long Island company accused of violating Jewish law by preparing Kosher and non-Kosher food in the same kitchen, is now being given the boot by one of the synagogues it served.
According to the general manager and chef of Morrell Caterers on Long Island, people paid a premium for Kosher foods at over 200 weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and other events, but everything was tainted.
Khemchan Sulaiman, a man police say poisoned his 2-year-old daughter as part of a murder-suicide plot, has now been charged with attempted murder.
A father and his 2-year-old daughter are fighting for their lives after being found in respiratory distress inside their car. However, police say the heartbreak in this disturbing case may be that the father intentionally poisoned them both.
In two separate cases, authorities say teenagers walking home from school on Long Island were robbed were hit, bitten, and robbed of their cell phones.