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  • LIPA is rethinking electric company on LI. Below are its choices.

    Following a string of devastating revelations about PSEG Extended Island’s failures in its handling of Tropical Storm Isaias, LIPA suggests it will reexamine how greatest to operate the technique, which has 1.1 million consumers.

  • The Department of Motor Vehicles is moving out

    Huntington DMV shifting Monday to new web site in Dix Hills

    The agency said the new area is “alongside a major roadway, providing less complicated accessibility to citizens all over the county.”

  • Nassau police respond to a two incidents at

    Police probe foodstuff court fight, theft at Roosevelt Industry

    Nassau County law enforcement are investigating two incidents at Roosevelt Subject that have prompted a large police presence at the shopping mall in Yard Metropolis on Black Friday.

  • Andrew McMorris died after a drunken driver crashed

    McMorris family honors ‘little renaissance man’

    Almost 400 men and women were being in Calverton on Friday to tour the McMorris Lodge, which was named immediately after Andrew McMorris, the former Boy Scout and 12-yr-old killed by a drunken driver in 2018.

  • Suffolk County police investigate a crash between an

    Cops: Drunken driver billed right after killing motorcyclist in crash

    A Lindenhurst person was arrested and billed with driving although intoxicated after colliding with a motorcycle Friday afternoon in the village and killing the driver, Suffolk County police claimed.

  • New York Attorney General Letitia James, seen in

    AG: Professional fundraisers pocket 30{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c} of donations

    In 2019, the charities netted much more than $918 million, or 72{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c} of the proceeds, whilst experienced fundraisers’ expenses and charges totaled $364 million, or 28{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c}, according to the yearly “Pennies for Charity” report by State Legal professional General Letitia James.

  • Toy store G. Willikers in Locust Valley has

    Shopping through FaceTime, curbside pickup presented at LI toy suppliers this yr

    You can browse the shelves with no leaving your home. 


  • Cops: Guy injures 3 officers during arrest

    A Uniondale gentleman was arrested Thanksgiving evening just after injuring three officers, 1 of whom required emergency surgery, Nassau County law enforcement claimed.

  • Wyandanch school board president James Crawford said trustees,

    Wyandanch district expects surplus of $6 million-furthermore

    The state check appointed to the district suggested in a new fiscal strategy that Wyandanch may well be all set in just 3 or 4 years to approve a bond issue of $30 million or so for renovating and increasing universities.

  • Johnnie's Car Wash on Oak in Copiague will

    A push-as a result of holiday light display comes to LI auto wash

    The “12 Evenings of Xmas Lights” working experience operates by means of Dec. 20.