Brothers Pardeep Malick, Hamant Mullick accused of counterfeit health and beauty product operations
Officials today announced the takedown of what's believed to be one of the largest counterfeit operations of health and beauty products.
New York Post
Cops bust largest-ever fake beauty products ring in US
A pair of Long Island brothers cooked up millions of dollars worth of knockoff health products like Vaseline, baby oil, ChapStick and Vicks VapoRub - and the items ended up on store shelves as the real thing.
After Sandy: LI to get $240M for infrastructure
A SUV crossing Ocean Avenue in Freeport where the water has receded in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy on Oct. 30, 2012.
Oceanside Woman Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Investors of $6.9 Million in a Real Estate Ponzi Scheme
February 28, 2014 - Earlier today, Laurie Schneider pleaded guilty at the federal courthouse in Central Islip , New York, to wire fraud.
Suburban NY woman pleads guilty in Ponzi scheme
A suburban New York woman faces up to 20 years in prison after admitting she ran a $6.9 million Ponzi scheme.
130-plus residents evacuated from assisted-living facility in Rockville Centre
In Dix Hills accident. right lane blocked on The L.I.E./I-495 WB between X53/Sagtikos Pkwy and X51/Deer Park Ave/Rt-231 In Dix Hills accident.
New York Post
A quest to score the elusive Girl Scout cookie in NYC
I'm not ashamed to admit I rode the wave of trendy cupcakes and cronuts like any other junkie hoping to score another high.
The Journal News
Notable Neighbor: Frances Minoff of Chestnut Ridge has finally been 'discovered'
At 93, Frances Minoff knows what she likes. "Downton Abbey," a challenging game of bridge, books that are well written -- they're all on her list.
South Shore Record
Planning to ensure hospitals continue operating
St. John's Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway and three others in proximity to the Five Towns ensure that staff can continue treating patients during a snowstorm.
Cops Probing South Shore Car Explosions
Arson and bomb squad detectives are searching for answers in two car explosions in Island Park and Oceanside, reported Nassau County Police.
Oceanside East has a heart
Zoe Billington adds to the Go Red bulletin board at Oceanside East Feb. 7. Several schools in Regional School Unit 13 participated in the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign.