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Long Island's fentanyl-related deaths peak with painkiller-laced heroin use
The powerful opioid fentanyl has been linked to at least 42 overdose deaths on Long Island during the past 15 months, as local heroin dealers increasingly lace their product with the
Saturday, 25 April 2015
Where America drinks most: Study finds binge-drinking trouble spots
Heavy and binge drinking are rising. In some areas, more than one-third drink
ly. Read full article on USA Today Top Stories ...
Wednesday, 22 April 2015
Why one police officer didn't shoot
criminal. Read full article on CNN Top Stories ...
Monday, 20 April 2015
The person taking the video may have bee
The person taking the video may have been more effective if they confronted the two. I know, this can be
, but if there was support from other neighbors then this would have been effective. ...
Saturday, 08 October 2011
Directory Listing Service Agreement
... that Company: (1) offers for sale goods or services, or uses or displays Information that is illegal, obscene, vulgar, offensive,
, or is otherwise inappropriate; (2) has become the subject of ...
Thursday, 03 March 2011
A BITTER ‘KOMPA’ DANCE for a NOVICE
... a constant occurrence including
ly revolving lies and long standing consequences. Did the challenger think about this? Or did she lack knowledge of her people? A people ...
Monday, 11 November 2013
Another Year, Another Attempt To Dilute Minority Voting Power
... Wyandanch and Elmont — to keep communities of color from voting together, and these communities responded with loud protest. Unfortunately, there is a
recent precedent of using the county redistricting ...
Friday, 04 January 2013
A Chemical Test Before You Hit the Field
... signs that steroid use is up among teen girls, according to the anti-steroid Taylor Hooton Foundation. Schools hope random testing will deter teens from experimenting with
Sunday, 14 October 2012
Teen Develops Effective New Pancreatic Cancer Test
... in its early stages, making it more treatable. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most
forms of cancer, so early detection is key. For his achievement, Jack won $750,000 and first prize in the world’s ...
Friday, 01 June 2012
The Burden of Being A Black Man (UPDATED)
... he is emblematic of a wider ill – It is still
to be black in America weather you are wearing a hoodie or a suit and tie. Why is full citizenship elusive to blacks and other minorities in ...
Monday, 26 March 2012
Penn State scandal drives call for new rule in New York on child abuse reporting
... boys over a 15-year span. Tedisco and Amedore's proposed law, called the College Coaches and Professionals Reporting Act, would close what they call a "
loophole" by making the failure to report ...
Saturday, 12 November 2011
Hard time close to home
... with growing caseloads, the Parole Board works to ensure that officers who are keeping track of
parolees have limited caseloads of no more than 25 at any given time. "We want to focus our attention ...
Friday, 11 November 2011
Check Your Smoke & CO Detector Batteries When Changing Clocks on November 6th
... will warn you and your family if carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, and potentially
gas, is present in the home. So, it’s critical that carbon monoxide detectors have functioning batteries, ...
Wednesday, 02 November 2011
Cancer study heads for year five
... month, EPA found TCE exposure from air or water is even more
that initially thought, and can cause kidney and liver cancer, lymphoma and other health problems. That finding lays the groundwork ...
Friday, 07 October 2011
FEMA plan buys homes
... The entire village has about 350 properties. Still, the concept of a buyout is to improve not just safety -- since living in flood-prone areas can be
-- but economics as well. Officials fear ...
Monday, 26 September 2011
Binghamton allowing residents to return home
... conditions of some structures are "just too
," he said. County and state office complexes in Binghamton reopened Monday. And classes resumed at most city schools and at Binghamton University, ...
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Winter threatens damaged roads
... in New England and upstate New York. By November, it will be too cold to lay asphalt, and by December snow and ice will cover the mountains, leaving towns
ly isolated and possibly dissuading tourists ...
Tuesday, 06 September 2011
Evacuations pushed as Irene nears
... it makes landfall, the coast of North Carolina was expected to get winds of more than 100 mph and waves perhaps as high as 11 feet, Zelinsky said. "This is a really large hurricane and it is
Saturday, 27 August 2011
Fracking foes drill no-show industry
... drilling companies. The state Department of Environmental Conservation did not know about the extent of leased land there, she said. "Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is
," Esposito said. Reach ...
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
Can you see your house from here?
... of massive inventories of
chemicals, or detailed maps of potentially explosive natural gas pipelines. Withheld from public view were things that average citizens might need to know: emergency ...
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
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Hempstead man charged in thefts of rooftop heating and air-conditioning parts, police say
North Valley Stream voters to decide which library will serve them, Elmont or Valley Stream
PSEG customer satisfaction dips but performance measured as strong
Coyote breeding on Long Island 'inevitable,' researchers say
LIRR, NYRA fast-track $5M in improvements to better handle Belmont Stakes crowd
Voices of the Aurora theater massacre
Scuffles, insults mar Baltimore protests
Exclusive: First diplomat for LGBT rights speaks out
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