A Suffolk County man has been identified as the second person killed in a Connecticut plane crash that claimed the life of a NASCAR champ.
“Gang prevention officers” will be posted in the 10 Suffolk County schools believed to have the highest incidents of gang-related activity.
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. — A carpenter convicted of killing two prostitutes in the 1990s may be responsible for at least one of the 10 unsolved killings of people along a Long Island beach highway, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Robert Biancavilla made the revelation after the sentencing of 51-year-old John Bittrolff. The...
Having grown up in Suffolk County on Long Island, New York, I made the reasonable assumption that the Black Duck...
Boston is the capital and most populous city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States, and also the seat of Suffolk County. The city proper covers 48 square miles making it the largest city in New England and the 22nd...Show More Summary
A Massachusetts prosecutor has ruled that a Boston police officer was justified in fatally shooting a mentally ill man last year. Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley on Thursday released … Click to Continue »
A Long Island senator running for Suffolk County sheriff gave the wife of one of his long-time political bosses a $25,000 raise in 2017.
Three people were killed and four people were injured, including two children, on Monday in the Long Island crash, according to CBS New York. Suffolk County police say that a 20-year-old man, Dominick Lopez, of Shirley, was traveling on Station Road south of Sills Road in Medford at around 4:25 p.m. Show More Summary
Police on Long Island say three people have died and four others have been injured after a car crashed into an SUV. Suffolk County Police responded to the crash in … Click to Continue »
Cops: Sachem East football player Joshua Mileto dies after practice injury – Newsday https://t.co/qnjNHGIHRW #SuffolkCounty #LongIsland pic.twitter.com/jxaufW8rv5 — Suffolk County News (@SuffolkLINews) August 10, 2017 Tragedy struckShow More Summary
A New York man was held on high bail at his arraignment in a 2016 double shooting at an East Boston MBTA station, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.
In New York City, we have an ambiguous relationship with our rat population. They are mostly hated, but they do sometimes delight us with their food carrying ways. In one Suffolk County town though, the verdict on their rats in unanimous: they are huge, smart and bad news. [ more › ]
Dozens of supporters rallied outside a jail in Suffolk County, Massachusetts on Thursday in support of a detained immigrant who had a carpet-cleaning business and also worked as a janitor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Francisco Rodriguez, 43, has been detained at the Suffolk County House of Corrections since July 13, when he went into the […]
Late last week, Megan Ellison, producer of the motion picture Detroit and head of its distributor Annapurna Pictures, tweeted at the president. It came in the fall-out of his skin-crawling speech to Suffolk County police, urging them not to “be too nice” when handling suspects. There was no way to misread it – or to […]
[Content Note: Police brutality.]On Friday, I highlighted a section of Donald Trump's speech to an audience of Suffolk County police officers in which he advised police to be "rough" with suspects:And when you see these towns, and when...Show More Summary
Following a Friday speech to police officers in Suffolk County, NY, in which President Donald Trump advocated for cops to employ roughhouse tactics, the Morning Joe crew blasted Trump for wanting a Philippines-like police force.
Police in Suffolk County, Long Island, have detained at least nine minors whom they claim are part of MS-13—but the evidence in some cases is flimsy, at best.
Suffolk County police raided four bars in Long Island on Saturday night as part of targeted inspections related to the MS-13 gang and other illegal activity, according to authorities. [ more › ]
President Donald Trump is facing backlash from police departments after he delivered a speech Friday in Long Island to law enforcement officials. During the speech at Suffolk County Community College, Trump encouraged officers to be more violent with criminal suspects. But several police...
Following President Trump's applause line about roughing up more prisoners, during a speech delivered to Long Island police yesterday, the Suffolk County Police Department and other police organizations are attempting to distance themselves from the presidential call for more police brutality. [ more › ]