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Coroner Confirms Remains Found Are Gabby Petito’s, Says Manner Of Death Is A Homicide As Search Resumes For Brian Laundrie

BLUE POINT, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Officials have confirmed that the body found in Grand Teton National Park is Gabby Petito. According to the FBI, the manner of death is considered a homicide. The actual cause of death has not been determined. Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed the remains are those of Gabrielle Venora Petito, date of birth March 19, 1999. Coroner Blue’s initial determination for the manner of death is homicide. The cause of death remains pending final autopsy results. — FBI Denver (@FBIDenver) September 21, 2021 As CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported, there are now teal ribbons for as far as the...
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Chef Marco Barrila prepares to open gourmet food market in Riverhead

Chef Marco Barrila is a renowned chef, having worked at Hamptons restaurants like Manna in Water Mill. (Credit: Courtesy Insatiable Eats) Chef Marco Barrila, known for his Hamptons restaurants such the Shinnecock Lobster Factory in Hampton Bays and Manna in Water Mill, is preparing his North Fork debut in Riverhead.
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Norwalk Police Need Your Help IDing Bank Robber

#Norwalk CT– On September 21st, 2021 at approximately 1:50 p.m., the suspect pictured. robbed the Fairfield County Bank at 121 New Canaan Ave. The suspect was. wearing blue latex gloves, a hard hat, sunglasses and a mask resembling a tiger’s. mouth. The suspect passed the teller a note demanding cash...
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'We want our streets back': Residents, led by youth, march through Fair Haven demanding peace

NEW HAVEN — A crowd strode through Fair Haven Tuesday night, led by young people, calling for violence to give way to peace in the neighborhood and the city beyond. The rally and march, organized by youth anti-violence group Ice the Beef, was held after a recent spate of shootings in Fair Haven, which prompted a community meeting last Friday, and an increase in gun violence across New Haven, which has seen 22 homicides so far this year, more than in all of 2020.

Is It Invasive Or Aggressive?

I’m often asked if a specific plant is an invasive plant or merely aggressive. The difference can be a bit confusing since it’s really a matter of definition. According to the US Department of Agriculture, an invasive plant is one that is non-native and able to establish on many sites, grows quickly and spreads to the point of disrupting plant communities or ecosystems.
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CT grocery chain sees 'added challenges' in hiring seasonal workers

As Connecticut’s retail and shipping sector staffs up for the 2021 holiday season, many are bracing for what could be a tougher sell luring people back to the work force who sat out the pandemic for varying reasons, whether due to health concerns, not finding quite the right opportunities, or content to make ends meet on unemployment compensation.

Botox Beauty Bar in Sayville could be your fountain of youth; grand opening today

Jeanna Mason makes no bones about it — she’s on a crusade against aging. “I’m not really interested in aging the same way that my mom and my grandma did,” said Masone, a board certified nurse practitioner and aesthetic artist who today, Sept. 18, at 1 p.m. will host the grand opening of her Botox Beauty Bar in Sayville.

Greek Bites prepares to open new eatery in Mastic

Greek Bites Grill & Cafe — already a big time foodie favorite in Moriches — is getting set to open a new eatery on Montauk Highway in Mastic. Greek Bites’ owner has filed for a change of zoning at 1443 Montauk Highway with Brookhaven Town, in order build a sit down restaurant, Deputy Town Supervisor Dan Panico announced today via his Facebook account. The address was formerly home to the Manor House eatery, which was destroyed by a fire in 2017.

History: Photos of Long Island Beaches

Enjoy these old-time pictures of Long Islanders enjoying our favorite thing to do: going to the beach. The title of this photograph is “Launching a Dory into the Ocean.” The description says that the picture shows a crew of baymen launching their dory into the ocean. The crew appears to have four men.

Blue Water Fish market surfs into downtown Wading River

Seafood lovers take note — there’s a new place to reel in a fresh catch on the North Fork. Situated in the heart of Wading River’s historic district next door to açaí-bowl café Brekky, the new Blue Water Fish market sells fresh fish and take-out dishes prepared by owner Tom Infantolino.

Fall outdoor craft fair heads to Selden

Time to shop ’til you drop! One of the longest running Craft & Gift Fairs is back this Sunday! Newfield High School, 145 Marshall Drive, Selden will present the 38th annual Selden Craft & Gift Fair on Sept. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The outdoor event will host over 75 exhibitors featuring handcrafted designs and unique gift items. Event will benefit the Middle Country Athletic Booster Club. Free admission. Held rain or shine. 631-846-1459,

Long Island Vegan Pop Up comes to local communities

Longtime friends David Lockworth and Jerry Laine launched last July the traveling Long Island Vegan Pop Up, a roving farmers market of sorts with alternating locations in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. After realizing how much time they had been spending in traffic traveling to Brooklyn, Queens or Manhattan just...