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3:23 p.m. Christiano’s, once thought to be Billy Joel's famed "Italian Restaurant," has uncorked their last chianti after 56 years of business. Read the story here.

2 p.m. 
A Queens man will serve jail time, get probation, and pay restitution for setting fire to dumpsters on the Fourth of July. Read the full story here.

1:15 p.m.: A Lindenhurst man was arrested Tuesday after police say he held two females, one just 15-years-old, against their will and forced them "to engage in acts of prostitution." Read the full story here

11:20 a.m.: A “person of interest” strolled right past Nassau County Police headquarters Tuesday without getting arrested. NCPD posted a picture on its Facebook page of Jim Caviezel, star of hit CBS show, "Person of Interest," as he walked near NCPD headquarters Tuesday. See the photo here

11:05 a.m.: Two people were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Ronkonkoma after police discovered "a large quantity of heroin" in their car, which was also occupied by their 5-month-old son, police said. Read the full story here

10:28 a.m.:
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine are slated to announce a plan Wednesday that will provide bus shelters on county roads within Brookhaven Town. The town has agreed to extend its advertiser-supported bus shelter system to the county. The resolution will be voted upon by the Suffolk County Legislature next Tuesday.


Six Pack February 27, 2014 at 07:35 PM
And yes. 100 grand almost isn't enough to LIVE on the island. Insane.
knee jerk February 27, 2014 at 08:01 PM
The teachers & cops are both overpaid. That's how we got in this fiasco in the first place. Playing off each other (Nassau & Suffolk) and negotiating with politicians interested in placating voting blocks instead of looking out for the public. 340 to 24, they just made a mockery of the negotiating process. You couldn't get that many cops to agree on which diner gives out the best comps, much less agree on a contract unless it was so sweet it's absurd. How much, I can't say, but 3.375% per year till 2018 based on an already over inflated salary is ABSURD. You know the old rule of 7% over 7 years your money doubles? I guess that's what those 24 guys were holding out for when they voted no.
localguy February 28, 2014 at 06:18 AM
Forget about it, paying nearly 6k a year with no kids in school. A real killer!
Patchogue Snoop March 05, 2014 at 09:34 AM
As suffolk nears bankruptcy due to the obscene salary increase this guy gave to the SCPD over the next five years....this is what he sees as important.
Patchogue Snoop March 08, 2014 at 06:03 AM
I pay 1900 for the SCPD to get rich. My friend in Florida pays 1600 for everything including a professional police force.

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