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2019年2月12日 星期二

Singh loans arrangement 'complete sham and not legal', witness said

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Witness: Singh loans were 'complete sham and not legal'

A lawyer who worked for Oyster Bay testified at former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano's corruption retrial that he had advised the town against backing loans for Harendra Singh, calling the arrangement "a complete sham and not legal."

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Jury finds 'El Chapo' guilty, will face life in prison

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán likely faces life in prison as well as pending charges in five other federal courts after a jury found him guilty on drug charges.

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Watch: Long Island dealing with snow, sleet and rain

Long Islanders got a mixture of snow, sleet and rain, making for a messy evening commute Tuesday, forecasters said.

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AG: LI construction firm underpaid 3 workers

Vickram and Gayatri Mangru pleaded guilty to stealing $280,000 from the three employees and will pay each worker $80,000, Attorney General Letitia James said.

DeGrom gives Mets a contract deadline

Jacob deGrom wants long-term security, and he wants it soon.

Young: Green New Deal won't solve anything

The poorly considered legislation doesn't even include concrete ways to pay for the effort.

Town moves to protect pond during restaurant renovation

Huntington residents should expect -- and not be alarmed -- to see these naturally-occurring substances on the boom," town officials said in the statement.

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School board postpones special meeting

The Roosevelt school board planned the emergency meeting after images of the collage were shared widely on social media and by various news outlets.

NY: Amazon's HQ2 to create $27.5B in tax revenue

Howard Zemsky, CEO of Empire State Development, testified before the State Legislature that the retail giant's Queens project will bring 25,000 jobs.

LI eatery gives you free quarters for parking meter

You can find the quarters on an outside column next to a planter.

LI teen to compete on TV's 'MasterChef Junior'

Will the Port Washington boy win the $100,000 prize?

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