Authorities: Two Dead, One Hurt In Plane Crash Near Westhampton Beach AirportAccording to the Federal Aviation Administration, the Navion F aircraft was practicing takeoffs and landings at the Westhampton airport when it crashed at around 11:40 a.m.
Pedestrian Killed In Suffolk County CrashPolice say Cynthia Chorzempa, 62, of Holbrook, was crossing Ronkonkoma Avenue in front of 132 Ronkonkoma Ave around 8:00 pm when she was struck by a 2011 GMC Yukon.
Suffolk County Clerks Busted For Selling Booze To MinorsAccording to police, eleven businesses were checked for compliance with the law on Thursday evening between 7:00 and 10:00.
Suffolk County To Send Worst Traffic Scofflaws To Criminal CourtA new policy starting this week targets the worst repeat traffic offenders in Suffolk County.
Suffolk Lawmaker Says Long Way To Go In Illegal Dumping CrackdownA recent state crackdown on illegal dumping has uncovered nine sites and resulted in hundreds of citations issued.
Three Hurt, One Seriously, In Suffolk County Multi-Vehicle Crash On LIEAuthorities say three people were taken to area hospitals, one of which was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries.
Driver Who Hit And Killed Pedestrian In Copiague Had 30 License Suspensions, Police SayRichard Turner, 36, of Massapequa, was driving east on the Sunrise Highway near Bayview Avenue around 6:30 p.m. when he struck 38-year-old Fausto Rodriguez, authorities said.
Suffolk County Pizzeria Lets Customers Pay It Forward With 'Imagine The Pizzabilities' CampaignCo-owners of Albert's Pizza in Lake Ronkonkoma, Richard Baer and Brian Jablonsky, along with the entire staff and a perfect stranger all want to spread some positivity through pizza.
Storm Sends New York Area Into Serious Blood ShortageThe New York Blood Center said it lost more than 2,000 donations it needs every day to supply 200 New York area hospitals.
Suffolk County Still Digging Out From Heavy Snow & IceFourteen inches of snow blanketed Farmingville, Babylon got more than 15 inches and Selden topped the snowfall charts with 16 inches.
Long Island Slammed By Winter Storm; Dropping Temperatures Prompt Worries About IceLong Island bore some of the greatest brunt of the snowstorm that struck the Tri-State Area Thursday, and even as the storm moved on, drivers were urged to stay off the roads.
Suffolk County Legislators Want To Install Cameras In Parks To Crack Down On GraffitiThe plan is to install cameras in hot spot areas of parks to not only look out for those committing graffiti crimes but also those doing illegal dumping, which has plagued some area parks.

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