Man Posing As Repairman Tampered With ATMs At King Kullen Stores, Police SayThere has been another ATM ripoff on Long Island, and this one has a twist – customers were scammed at the supermarket.
Parrot Colony Builds Nests In Freeport, Long IslandDoves and cardinals, hummingbirds and nuthatches, ospreys and screech owls can be found out in the wild on Long Island – but parrots?
‘Rides Very Smoothly, A Great Cannon’ Columbia Professor Gets Back Inside Tank From Yom Kippur WarThursday was the anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, when Israel suffered a surprise attack from its neighbors.
Nassau University Unveils Brand New Primary Care CenterThe Nassau University Medical Center has created an alternative that provides necessary care while reducing costs.
15-Year-Old Girl Found Dead On Brentwood Street, Second Body Found Blocks AwayHomicide detectives are investigating the death of a 15-year-old girl in Brentwood.
State Hits Minigolf, Batting Facility Near JFK Airport With Steep Rent HikeFive Towns Mini-Golf and Batting Range sits on state-owned property, and officials are nearly tripling the monthly rent.
Nassau Police Overhauls Use-Of-Force Policy For OfficersThe Nassau County Police Department's refurbished use-of-force policy pushes de-escalation tactics and limits the use of the chokehold.
Experts: Treatment Must Improve For Heroin, Opioid AbuseThe opioid addiction crisis is claiming lives around the country, and the Tri-State Area has been hit particularly hard.
Dozen Female Warriors Honored In Nassau CountyA dozen female warriors who were instrumental in breaking down barriers to allow women to serve in all combat roles were honored in Nassau County Wednesday.
New Yorkers Encouraged To Go Car-Free In Honor Of Earth DayOfficials say they want the event to reduce emissions and bring attention to the need for more investment in mass transit.
Authorities Establish Safe Exchange Spaces For Long Island Craigslist UsersPolice on Long Island are trying to stop criminals who prey on the unsuspecting.
U.S. Postal Service Dropping Price Of Stamps By Two CentsBeginning Sunday, the price of a first-class stamp drops two cents, to 47 cents. U.S. Postal Service says the drop in stamp prices will cost them $2 billion a year in losses.

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