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Cops say Nassau man threatened to shoot up a Jewish camp over social distancing

Cops say Nassau man threatened to shoot up a Jewish camp over social distancing

Nassau County police say an Inwood man threatened to shoot up a Long Island Jewish day camp over social distancing violations.  According to Detectives, on Monday, August 17th, 2020, police were responding for a complaint regarding a violation of social distancing at Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island children’s camp after a call was made by defendant…

New York extends takeout and delivery of alcohol

New York extends takeout and delivery of alcohol

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, on Tuesday announced that restaurants and bars can continue to sell takeout beer, wine and cocktails through September 4, 2020. Any alcohol purchased for takeout or delivery must be accompanied by food. Additionally, restaurants and bars can serve alcohol in expanded outdoor seating (when accompanied by food).  Any establishments found violating…

Special enrollment period for NY health insurance extended

Special enrollment period for NY health insurance extended

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, on Tuesday announced that the deadline for health insurance special enrollment has been extended to September 15, 2020. New Yorkers without health insurance can apply for coverage through the NY State of Health Plan Marketplace.     (Photo: AP Images)

Dix Hills lawyer charged in lottery scheme

Dix Hills lawyer charged in lottery scheme

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York attorney who branded himself the “Lottery Lawyer” has been charged with swindling millions of dollars in winnings from his clients in a conspiracy that federal prosecutors say involved a former securities broker and a member of the Genovese crime family. An indictment unsealed Tuesday charges the attorney, Jason…

PSEG Long Island announces refund for some customers who lost food and medicine during Tropical Storm Isaias

PSEG Long Island announces refund for some customers who lost food and medicine during Tropical Storm Isaias

PSEG Long Island announced Monday they will be offering a refund to customers who lost power for more than 72 hours during Tropical Storm Isaias.  The utility company says it will reimburse residential customers up to $250 dollars.  Customers have until September 16, 2020 to file a claim for reimbursement.  More information is available here …

Cops look for suspect who harassed a teen at a Coram grocery store

Cops look for suspect who harassed a teen at a Coram grocery store

Suffolk County Police are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who harassed a teenager at a Coram grocery store earlier this month.  Officials say a man approached a 16-year-old female at Stop & Shop, located at 275 Middle Country Road, and brushed up against her and touched her hair while whispering in…

New York announces that gyms can reopen

New York announces that gyms can reopen

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York has allowed indoor gyms to reopen across the state as soon as next week if they meet public health requirements. Those include inspections, mandatory mask wearing, a 33% occupancy limit and 6 feet between gym-goers. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that all gyms that meet health and safety standards…

President Trump threatens to send feds to NYC

President Trump threatens to send feds to NYC

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump is again threatening to send federal agents to New York City if local authorities don’t stop a surge of violence that has left seven people dead and more than 50 people shot since Friday. Trump, who’s running for re-election on a law-and-order agenda as a counterweight to the…

Valley Stream couple charged in alleged harassment toward black neighbor

Valley Stream couple charged in alleged harassment toward black neighbor

Valley Stream, N.Y. (AP) — A white man and woman accused of harassing a Black woman who lives next door to them have been arrested. Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said John McEneaney, 57, and Mindy Canarick, 53, were charged with misdemeanors in connection to the alleged treatment of their neighbor, Jennifer McLeggan, who…

Bowling alleys in NY to reopen Monday

Bowling alleys in NY to reopen Monday

Bowling alleys in New York State are allowed to reopen starting on Monday, August 17th, 2020 under new state guidelines. State guidelines for reopening bowling alleys 50% maximum occupancy limit face coverings social distancing at all times every other lane must be closed patrons need to stay with the party at their assigned lane increased…

9/11 tribute lights will go on with help from NY State

9/11 tribute lights will go on with help from NY State

NEW YORK (AP) — The annual light display honoring victims of 9/11 is back on. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced plans Saturday for state health officials to supervise the event to ensure workers’ safety. The announcement came days after the National September 11 Memorial & Museum canceled the Tribute in Light over concerns the…

An off duty Suffolk cop rescued a man who collapsed in Port Jefferson Village

An off duty Suffolk cop rescued a man who collapsed in Port Jefferson Village

A Suffolk County Police off-duty officer and Sixth Precinct Patrol officers rescued a man who suffered a cardiac arrest in Port Jefferson Village.  Saturday, August 15, 2020 at approximately 3:45 p.m., off-duty Marine Bureau officer Michael Mason was walking through Port Jefferson Village with his wife and observed a 62-year-old male collapse and become unconscious at…