A newlywed man died yesterday in a motor vehicle collision with a Suffolk County Transit bus in Greenport, Long Island. Jeremiah Grunblatt had just been married on Sunday; he and wife Keturah Grunblatt were honeymooning in the North Fork. [ more › ]
Michael McCarthy, a Massachusetts man charged with killing 2-year-old Bella Bond, believed in the occult and thought the little girl was possessed, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office. "She was a demon, anyway," McCarthy allegedly told his girlfriend, according to Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney David Deakin. Show More Summary
Suffolk County, the debut mixtape from Boston’s Cousin Stizz that dropped back in June, is... Read more »
There is another disturbing account of police reacting abusively to citizens attempting to videotape them in public in an Associated Press account out of Hauppauge, New York. Thomas Demint began filming police who were arresting two of his friends and allegedly body slammed their mother. Dement says that he was tackled by police who took […]
Galip Gulmez beckoned the children from his 2011 Subaru near West Neck Beach in Lloyd Harbor around 2 p.m. on Aug. 10, according to Suffolk County police.
PETA receives reports every year about animals who experience horrifying deaths after being left outside or in hot cars during the summer months. Just yesterday, Boston police rescued a... The post After Police Rescue Dog From Hot Car, PETA Offers Suffolk County Tips for Safeguarding Animals During Hot Weather appeared first on PETA.
Fag hag scanning seats during intermission: Oooh, look at that queen up there!Queer: Girl, that’s no queen! He’s from Long Island.—High Fidelity show
A Suffolk County Police Department officer allegedly exposed himself to the only female sergeant in their precinct and forced her to touch his genitals, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York. The police department hired Cindy Olsen in 1991 and she was deployed to the department’s 6th Precinct. Show More Summary
Two people were injured Thursday when a Long Island Railroad train smashed into two cars in Suffolk County, a day after the MTA launched a safety campaign targeting the rail crossings.
Septic tanks and cesspools are to blame for a deadly strain of toxic algae.
The 8,000-member Steamfitters Local 638, which performs pipe fitting and fire protection work throughout the five boroughs of New York City and Nassau and Suffolk counties, graduated 20 steamfitters from its rigorous five-year apprenticeship program on ?Thursday, June 11.
Jeffry Rosales, 31, agreed to a plea deal in Suffolk County Court on Wednesday, one day after federal charges were dropped that tied him to an unrelated shotgun killing, Newsday reported.
One of the three people fatally shot on Wednesday night on Long Island in New York was an admitted gang member, Suffolk County police said. Officers found the three victims inside a vehicle in Wyandanch, New York on Thursday morning. A...Show More Summary
WYANDANCH, N.Y. — Police say three people were found shot to death inside a car on Long Island and the suspect remains at large. Suffolk County police say it happened...
In a ruling today, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upheld the Suffolk County Superior Court ruling in the case of Monell v. Boston Pads, LLC. “We are pleased that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court affirmed the pro-consumer...Show More Summary
Danielle Virgilio, 29, of Farmingdale got hurt when the 23-foot Sea Ray boat slammed into a bank of rocks at the entrance to the Patchogue River at about 9:20 p.m., according to Suffolk County police.
An offensive racist letter was sent to an African-American family on Long Island. The letter claims that the Suffolk County Village of Lindenhurst, where the family lives, is overwhelmingly white and tells them “you don’t belong here,” according to WABC-TV Channel 7 New York. Show More Summary
Suffolk County police are investigating a possible hate crime aimed at an African-American family in Lindenhurst, N.Y., according to PIX11 News.
“A surprising solution for city’s housing dilemma” (May 4) correctly addresses a growing regional cohesion forming across Nassau and Suffolk counties concerning transit-oriented... To view the full story, click the title link.
Not that we need any more reminding that racism is still alive and well, but a black family in Suffolk County, NY received an anonymous letter this week asking them to leave town because they "don't belong" in the predominantly white neighborhood. [ more › ]