Holbrook, NY

Man Killed in Three-Vehicle Crash

Suffolk County Police Fifth Squad detectives are investigating a three-vehicle crash that killed a man in Holbrook this morning. S. Russell was driving a 2021 Ford Bronco northbound on Lincoln Avenue when his vehicle was struck by a 2015 Ford F550 that was traveling eastbound on Veterans Memorial Highway at approximately 7:10 a.m. The F550 then struck a 2005 Chevrolet van that was stopped at the intersection.
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Fire Breaks Out At Farmingville Home

One person was injured and taken to an area hospital after a house fire broke out on Long Island. The fire took place in Farmingville around 2 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28, police said. Numerous fire departments responded to the home on Berkshire Drive. Information was not available on the condition...
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Man Killed in Stabbing

Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a man that occurred in Islip Terrace early this morning. Two male residents of 337 Manhattan Blvd. were engaged in an altercation outside the location when one stabbed the other at approximately 2:40 a.m. The victim, 34 years-old,...

Memorabilia from The Good Steer to be auctioned off

Here’s your chance to own a unique part of Long Island history. Trading Post Estate Sales is currently holding an online auction, The Good Steer: Saying Goodbye to a Legend, through Oct. 1 at 8:15 p.m. Many contents of the Lake Grove restaurant, which closed its doors in July after 65 years in business, are for sale to the highest bidder (over 170 items) and include pictures, knick-knacks, chairs, kitchen equipment, toy cars and holiday items.

Landlord charged with homicide in deadly Long Island fire

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- A landlord has been arrested in connection to a deadly fire on Long Island.It happened Monday on the second floor of a house in Hempstead.READ MORE: 1 person killed, 1 seriously hurt and several displaced when fire rips through home in HempsteadPolice say the landlord is charged with criminally negligent homicide for failing to have fire alarms in the home.A woman who lived upstairs died at the scene, and two men who lived upstairs were injured.The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Man Punches Woman At Massapequa Laundromat, Injures Officers While Resisting Arrest, Police Say

A man is facing multiple assault charges after police said he punched a woman at a Long Island laundromat and injured detectives and an officer while resisting arrest. James Garner, age 38, was charged with resisting arrest and four counts of second-degree assault following an incident that happened in Massapequa at about 5:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, the Nassau County Police Department said.

Police Seeking Suspect Who Seriously Injured Bicyclist in Hit-and-Run Crash

Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured a bicyclist in Melville early this morning. A 27-year-old Huntington Station man was riding a bicycle southbound in the right lane of Route 110, approaching Hazel Court, when a southbound vehicle struck the rear of the bicycle at 2:55 a.m. The vehicle fled the scene.

Popular Italian restaurant Felice is opening its first Long Island outpost

Let’s be honest: Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn are home to better restaurants than the average Long Island eatery (yes, there are some exceptions)—which is why we’re delighted to announce that popular Italian destination Felice, which currently boasts locations all around New York City, will officially open its first outpost on Long Island this Friday. Woohoo!

University Honors Employees with 2020 and 2021 Service Awards

Stony Brook University employees who marked milestones of 25 years or more of service in 2020 and 2021 were recognized at two ceremonies September 14 and 15 at the Bauman Center for Leadership and Service. A total of seven people celebrated 50 years of service in the last two years...

Gov. Hochul, Rep. Zeldin Pick Up Endorsements From Law Enforcement Groups

Both Governor Hochul and her Republican challenger Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin have each picked up an endorsement from a law enforcement group. The Police Benevolent Association of New York State has thrown its support behind the governor as she tries to win a full four-year term in office. And, Congressman Zeldin has the endorsement of the Police Conference of New York. Crime has been a big issue in the race for governor as both candidates have clashed on things like gun violence and bail reform laws.