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2019年2月14日 星期四

Suspect in friendly fire shooting had impersonated cop, NYPD says

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NYPD: Friendly fire suspect had impersonated cop

The Brooklyn man whose stickup police said sparked the mistaken shooting and killing of an NYPD detective by fellow officers had once run into a local precinct while impersonating a cop, the department said.

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West Babylon approves armed security in schools

Eight of nine board members approved a plan allowing the superintendent to hire security for the district of 3,800-plus students starting in the fall.

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Schools exec put on leave, parents want answers

Parents of current and former Locust Valley Central school district students called for information about the decision to place the district's superintendent on paid administrative leave for reasons that school officials have not made public.

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Commuters question value of LIRR ticket

The LIRR president heard the concerns more than a week before the MTA board is set to vote on a proposed fare increase, which would bring the average monthly LIRR ticket to $344.

6 couples renew vows at nursing home ceremony

For Valentine's Day, "we just thought it was a beautiful way to celebrate the love that these family members and residents have for each other," an organizer said.

Roosevelt board discusses noose images

More than 150 concerned parents and community members attended a special meeting of the Roosevelt school district board of education to express their outrage and learn more information about the image of two nooses, which was displayed as part of a photographic collage in a middle school classroom.

Editorial: Voices of Parkland are being heard

One year ago Thursday, as images of frightened children fleeing the scene of a gun massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School wracked our nation, the initial reaction was hopelessness.

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LI table tennis phenom, 17, eyes 2020 Olympics 

Estee Ackerman knows what it's like to stand out.

Watch: Preparations underway for Valentine's Day

It's that time again: If you are in the mood for something new, here are our critics' top picks for revving up the romance this Valentine's Day.

Valentine's Day restaurants: Romantic picks on LI

It's that time again: Flutes of Champagne, flickering candles, and prix-fixe menus, maybe set against a soundtrack of Sade or Sinatra.

Behind the blooms before Valentine's Day

Alfred Palomares, vice president of merchandising for consumer floral at 1-800-flowers.com, expects to sell about 17 million flowers this V-Day, including 10 million roses -- all of which need to be dethorned by employees.

Witness: Mangano played key role in Singh's loans

As soon as Edward Mangano took the helm of Nassau's government in January 2010, he began lobbying John Venditto, the town's longtime supervisor, to help Harendra Singh get business financing, according to the witness.

LI restaurant sued over alleged wage violations

A server, bartender and busser who worked for a well-known Italian restaurant in Westbury are suing it for alleged wage violations.

Panel: Economic inequality persists in Nassau

Household income and educational attainment have risen for many black Nassau County residents, but a new county report and a panel of local leaders said Wednesday there's still an economic gap between black and white families.

PSEG IDs 2 potential sites for electric stations 

PSEG Long Island is working from a list of five potential sites for a new electric-system substation in Montauk, a PSEG official said.

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