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  1. Attorney in fatal Long Beach attack says his client was 'set up'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newsday

    Nassau County Judge Darlene Harris ordered Ralph Keppler, 27, and his girlfriend Francesa Kiel, 21, held without bail Monday after they were charged with second-degree murder. Ralph Keppler is charged with second-degree murder in connection with Theresa Kiel's death on Saturday.

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  2. Lynbrook man, victim's daughter charged after woman dies from 2016 attack, cops and lawyer saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Ralph Keppler, a former New York City correction officer, previously had been charged with second-degree attempted murder and two counts of first-degree assault. Ralph Keppler, 27, and Francesca Kiel, 21, were arrested Sunday and charged with second-degree murder, police said.

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  3. Opponents of teacher evaluation law push for swift repealRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Newsday

    Lawmakers, educators and parents who want student test scores uncoupled from teacher job ratings say the State Legislature should take up the issue in the session that begins in January. From left, Rob Ciani, Celina Bialt and Craig Kirchenberg, teachers in three different school systems on Long Island, demonstrate on June 1, 2018, outside the Oyster Bay office of state Sen. Carl Marcellino , chairman of the Senate Education Committee.

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  4. Long Beach won't get new emergency room, hospital officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Newsday

    Emergencies will continue to be treated at the existing facility instead of in a new emergency room at the medical pavilion being built to replace Long Beach Hospital, which flooded during the 2012 storm. South Nassau Communities Hospital opened a free-standing emergency room in at Long Beach Hospital, above, in 2015.

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  5. Long Beach narcotics ring busted, DA's office saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Newsday

    The Nassau County district attorney's office said Robert Gause, of Atlantic Beach, was the alleged ringleader. He was charged with drug possession.

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  6. LIRR warns of delays in both directions due to person on tracksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Newsday

    The LIRR said to anticipate delays of 15 to 20 minutes in both directions due to a trespasser on the tracks west of Jamaica Station on Friday morning. Service was suspended between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica for about 15 minutes after 8 a.m., the LIRR said in a service advisory.

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  7. Authorities investigate swastika found carved into Oceanside sidewalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Newsday

    And in Long Beach, police on Monday were scouring surveillance cameras in the areas where six people were shot at with a BB gun in two incidents Saturday Nassau authorities said Monday they are investigating a swastika carved into an Oceanside sidewalk that may have been there for years. A pedestrian spotted the 12-inch by 12-inch swastika etched into the concrete sidewalk in front of 3560 Oceanside Rd. and contacted the office of state Sen. Todd Kaminsky .

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  8. Nearly six decades later, marathons still give LI runner 'joy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Newsday

    At age 72, Paul Fetscher, of Long Beach, completed Sunday's New York City Marathon in 5 hours, 29 minutes and 17 seconds, a feat he described as "painful, but in a pleasant way." However, for Fetscher, who said it was his 300th marathon, the race still gave him "joy," as running has done for the last six decades, and he planned to celebrate with pizza and a beer.

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  9. Long Beach police look at BB gun attacks as possible hate crimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Newsday

    In the most recent incidents, three young men - all Yeshiva students - were targeted in a four-minute span beginning at about 10 p.m. Sunday night. Long Beach police are looking for a suspect accused of shooting a BB gun in two incidents this weekend -- including at young men studying at a Yeshiva.

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  10. Love Story: A misthrown football made their life completeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Newsday

    It was Labor Day weekend in 1961. My friends were all going to the mountains for the last hurrah of the summer.

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  11. New Pinterest features seen as option for small firmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Newsday

    Heather Hallam, owner of Sea Glass & Sunsets, uses Pinterest to display the handmade jewelry she creates in her Manorville studio. Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Pinterest is expanding its reach to offer more advertising and selling opportunities for businesses, and some Long Island firms are taking notice.

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  12. Hempstead Town bond rating up after multiple downgradesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Newsday

    The boost from Moody's Investors Service signals more confidence in the town's financial outlook after three previous credit dips, Hempstead officials said. Moody's Investors Service boosted the town's rating from Aa3 to Aa2 after three previous credit downgrades, town board members said at a news conference.

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  13. Hempstead town board approves $432.5 million budget with 3.5% tax cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | Newsday

    But Supervisor Laura Gillen, who had presented a $442 million budget with a 2.39 percent tax cut, raised questions about savings. Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen, center, Senior Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby and Councilman Bruce Blakeman sit for a public hearing prior to a budget vote Tuesday.

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  14. NY State grant helps Jewish schools, centers improve securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 29 | Newsday

    Local Jewish organizations said Monday they have been working to improve security and that a grant announced in June is even more important to help them continue that work in the wake of the attack in Pittsburgh that left 11 people dead. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $2.1 million in grants to Jewish schools and synagogues on Long Island in June, and while the money has not arrived yet Jewish institutions are already moving ahead with their security improvements.

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  15. LI Jewish institutions consider armed guards, increased securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 28 | Newsday

    One rabbi says concerns will be addressed after the Pittsburgh attack raised fears, but "we can't let fear take hold of us." Long Island synagogues and other Jewish institutions on Sunday started to consider adding armed guards and taking other security measures in the wake of the deadly Pittsburgh shooting that killed 11 worshippers and injured six on Saturday.

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  16. Long Beach officials: Recovery from Sandy six years ago continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 28 | Newsday

    In addition to protective ocean dunes, the city plans to build new bulkheading on its north shore bayfront in order to protect its water facilities, an electric substation and an LIRR station. From left, Commissioner Michael Tangney, Long Beach Fire Chief Joe Miller, Chumi R. Diamond, and Scott Mandel walk the boardwalk as they mark the sixth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2018 in Long Beach.

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  17. LIRR still years away from some Sandy repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | Newsday

    One of the most critical Sandy repair projects for commuters hasn't started: the $1 billion restoration of two of the four East River Tunnels. The Long Island Rail Road has made progress in fixing and fortifying its system following the devastation of superstorm Sandy, but some planned repairs and upgrades, including inside the critical East River tunnels linking to Penn Station, remain years away, according to the MTA.

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  18. Flooding suspends Long Beach Branch service in Island Park, LIRR saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | Newsday

    The Long Beach branch of the LIRR is suspended in both directions in Island Park due to flooding on the tracks, the railroad said. Also, a track fire caused by flooding was quickly extinguished near the station, a Long Island Rail Road spokesman said.

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  19. Hempstead Town creates new office to handle complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Newsday

    Calls to the Office of Residents' Concerns will be centralized and tracked so that inquiries will not fall through the cracks, officials said. Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney and other Hempstead council members Thursday announce the new Office of Residents' Concerns.

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  20. Long Beach gets $20M to protect bayfront hit by SandyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | Newsday

    The federal funding will go toward building bulkheading that officials say is needed to prevent future damage to the wastewater treatment plant and electrical substation. A $20 million shoreline project will protect Long Beach infrastructure, such as its wastewater treatment plant, seen on Saturday.

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