NCPD Arrests One Man for Selling Heroin, Another for Murder
A Bellerose man was arrested after selling heroin to undercover officers on three different occasions, and one suspected subject has been caught for a February ... Nassau County Police officers arrested a Bellerose man in Levittown early this morning for criminal possession and distribution of several illicit substances.
Police: Bellerose man sold heroin to undercover officers
A Bellerose man was arrested early Sunday, March 9, 2014 after police said he repeatedly sold heroin to undercover officers, Nassau County police said.
Cops: Man Sold Heroin to Undercover Cops in Levittown
A Queens man faces possession charges after he sold heroin to undercover cops and was found with multiple other drugs, reported Nassau County Police.
NCPD: Suspect Sold Heroin Repeatedly to Undercover Officers
A Bellerose man is accused of selling heroin multiple times to undercover police officers and of being in possession of a variety of other drugs following his arrest early Sunday.
New York Daily News
Senior housing plan to be downsized
State Sen. Tony Avella is opposed to the Indian Cultural and Community Center's request for a variance to build two six-story buildings for senior housing on the former site of the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center.
Floral Park Dispatch
My First School Celebrates Milestone
My First School will be enjoying a distinguished milestone this year as they prepare to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their school.
Bus Service Will Replace Westbound Trains at Queens Village & Hollis...
Bus Service Will Replace Westbound Trains at Queens Village & Hollis for Track Work Over 6 Weekends Beginning March 8-9 Queens, NY - March 4th, 2014 - Beginning this weekend and continuing over five more weekends in March and April, w estbound train service at Queens Village and Hollis on the Hempstead Branch will be replaced by bus service as the ... (more)
Sewanhaka school district goes back to voters on bond referendum for repairs
Sewanhaka Central High School District officials are going back to the voters who rejected them, trying again to win funding to repair seven school buildings and several sports fields.