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In response to a new state law set to take effect in January that will require police departments to turn over all evidence in criminal cases to the Nassau County district attorney’s office, Lynbrook Police Chief Brian Paladino said the department has been working hard to prepare for the change. more
As efforts to redevelop Baldwin’s downtown progress, residents and Baldwin Civic Association members are calling on the Town of Hempstead’s Zoning Board of Appeals to revoke a variance allowing … more
Dozens of people rang in the holiday season last Sunday at the Baldwin Chamber of Commerce Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. Children enjoyed pony rides, snacks and visits with Santa Claus … more
Nassau County 1st Precinct police officers fielded questions from the public and offered holiday safety tips at a community forum at the Baldwin Public Library on Dec. 3. Inspector Mark Vitelli, … more
Nassau County police are looking for a man who allegedly attempted to lure a teenager into his car on Dec. 11 at 7:20 a.m. in Franklin Square. According to detectives, a 14-year-old female was … more
Marvel, the iconic ice cream shop in Lido Beach, will take over the National Boulevard concession stand on the boardwalk after the City Council voted unanimously to approve a contract with the … more
Joseph Coleman, a City of Long Beach sanitation employee, was arrested on Dec. 10 for allegedly stabbing his co-worker with a hunting knife, according to Long Beach Police. Coleman, 25, arrived at work at 7 … more
More than 100 community activists turned out for a Dec. 6 protest at Refuge Apostolic Church in Freeport to decry the arrest of Freeporter Akbar Rogers, 44, after a viral video of the incident showed Freeport police officers pulling him to the ground and piling on top of him, and at least two officers throwing punches at him and one kicking him while he was lying face down. more
In a scathing final audit report, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office blasted Long Beach officials for their mismanagement of the city’s finances, which led to a fiscal crisis and a payout … more
The leader of MS-13’s Hollywood Clique, David Sosa-Guevara, 28, from Wyandanch, also known by his street name “Risky,” pleaded guilty on Dec. 10 to the murder of Angel Soler and to conspiracy for planning to kill another person, according to Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas. more
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