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Assemblyman Lupinacci Welcomes New Biopharmaceutical Company to Long Island

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) recently welcomed Kedrion Biopharmaceutical Company to the Huntington-Melville area. Kedrion collects and fractionates human blood plasma to create and issue plasma-derived therapies for use in treating severe diseases such as hemophilia and immune system deficiencies. “Kedrion BioPharma will be such an asset to our community by helping […]

Suffolk County Department of Health: Cyanobacteria Blooms Occurring in Southampton and Lake Ronkonkoma

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has confirmed cyanobacteria blooms, more commonly known as blue–green algae, in Mill Pond and Lake Agawam in Southampton and Lake Ronkonkoma.  Due to these findings, health officials ask residents not to use or swim or wade in these waters and to keep their pets […]

Office of the New York State A.G. Announces Release of Report on 1971 Attica Uprising

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Release Of Report Follows A.G.’s Request To Court To Unseal Meyer Report On The Uprising (Long Island, NY) The Office of the New York State Attorney General today released Volumes Two and Three of the Meyer Report on the 1971 uprising at the Attica Correctional Facility and announced that it would turn over documents related […]

Islip and Fire Island Officials To Announce Economic Boon for Fire Island and Local Businesses

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Tens of Thousands to Visit Long Island Beaches and Fire Island to Kick Off Summer Season (Long Island, NY) Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and New York State Senator Phil Boyle, Chair of Economic Development Committee will be joined by representatives from the Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Suffolk County Marine Bureau, and […]

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Appoints Capital Region Coordinator

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) New Yorkers Against Gun Violence (NYAGV) announced today the appointment of Pat Tuz as Coordinator for the Capital Region. She will assist NYAGV with its outreach, education and advocacy efforts. After living in New York City for twenty-two years, Pat moved back to the country to join family and friends. She worked […]

Deeply Respected Environmental Leaders Join Green Watchdog Board

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Former legislative environment chair, White House official begin terms (Long Island, NY) The Board of Directors of New York’s green government watchdog –Environmental Advocates of New York – is proud to announce that two widely respected leaders in the state have joined the board: former Assembly Environmental Conservation Chairman, Robert Sweeney, and former Associate Director […]

Ra: Making Progress for Education in New York State

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases A statement from Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) (Long Island, NY) “I am pleased to have joined my Assembly colleagues on both sides of the aisle to pass meaningful changes to the flawed education policies of recent years. The legislation (A.7303-A) would begin to correct many of the unproven reforms that were implemented in the […]

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Notorious Buffalo & Rochester Snow Removal Scammer Sentenced to Six Months in Jail

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Scott Romero Admitted To Repeatedly Violating Court Order Barring Him From Engaging In Snow Removal Work (Long Island, NY) Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced that serial snow removal scammer Scott Romero has admitted to six violations of a court order that was obtained against him in 2011. The violations were admitted this morning […]

Suffolk Police Seeking Two Women Who Stole Clothing from Huntington Station Store

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate two women who stole merchandise from a Huntington Station store this month. Two women stole three dresses from Bloomingdales, located in the Walt Whitman Mall at 270 Walt Whitman Road, […]

Bellone and Officials Announce the Opening of All County Beaches for Memorial Day Weekend

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Including the reopening of Cupsogue Beach which Suffered a Catastrophic Fire in September (Long Island, NY) After one of the most brutal winters in recorded history, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone will announce the opening of all Suffolk County beaches – including Cupsogue Beach which suffered a catastrophic fire in September that destroyed the 40-year […]

Bellone, Stern and Ageless Home Living Present Stair Lift to Suffolk County Veteran Barton Burlison

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) County Executive Steve Bellone, Legislator Steve Stern and Ageless Home Living have collaborated to serve a veteran in need. Ageless Home Living, a part of the Four Seasons group of companies, will donate a stair lift to Vietnam veteran Barton Burlison. “Today, we have the opportunity to improve the quality of life […]

Nassau Police Investigating Unauthorized Charges on Debt Card Stolen from East Meadow Hospital

May 21, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) The Third Squad is investigating a Grand Larceny that occurred on Thursday April 1, 2015 at 9:00 pm in East Meadow. According to detectives, a 30 year old female working on the third floor of the Nassau University Medical Center located at 2201 Hempstead Turnpike noticed that an unknown person (s) entered […]

Assemblyman Lupinacci Defends Teachers with New Legislation

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) today took a stand for the students and teachers of New York State by helping pass Assembly Bill A.7303-A, which would alter and eliminate some of the State Education Department’s newest regulations that have negatively impacted school districts across New York State for months. “This bill is […]

Pop Rocks Powder Horns & Tricorns with the Oyster Bay Historical Society

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Oyster Bay is rich in Colonial history and the Historical Society has a sure fire craft to ignite your child’s imagination.  Kids will create and build their own powder horn and tricorn hat with inspiration from real 18th century powder horns from the Society’s collection. Pop Rocks Powder Horn. Photo Credit: Oyster […]

Hannon Announces Senate Passes Bills to Strengthen Penalties for Crimes Against Firefighters and Retired Police

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Senator Kemp Hannon (R-Nassau) announces the New York State Senate today passed two bills to protect the first responders and law enforcement professionals who protect our communities. The bills would strengthen penalties for individuals who obstruct critical medical emergencies or assault retired police officers in acts of revenge. Bill S2977 would make […]

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Agreement to protect Consumer Data in Radioshack Bankruptcy

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced a settlement with RadioShack over the sale of its customers’ personally identifiable information. New York, along with thirty-seven other states, joined together to oppose the sale of consumer data earlier this year. “This settlement is a victory for consumers’ privacy nationwide, and could serve as […]

Brentwood Man Arrested For Training Roosters for Fighting, Drug Charges

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Suffolk County Police on Wednesday, May 20 arrested a Brentwood man for drug possession charges and owning and training roosters for the purpose of fighting following the execution of a search warrant at his home. Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives, Narcotics Section detectives, Emergency Service Section officers, Third Precinct Patrol and […]

AQE: Education Advocates Call for Oversight of Charter Schools After Theft Discovered

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases New York Taxpayers Want Accountability and Transparency of Publicly Funded Charter Schools (Long Island, NY) The Alliance for Quality Education (AQE), the Center for Popular Democracy and Citizen Action of New York are calling for accountability and transparency for privately run, but publicly funded charter schools. The lack of accountability and transparency, which runs counter […]

Suffolk County Legislature May 12 General Meeting Report Deputy Presiding Officer Jay Schneiderman’s Hot Topics

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) The Suffolk County Legislature on May 12 voted and supported resolutions sponsored by Deputy Presiding Officer Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk). Legislator Schneiderman was able to secure additional East End mental health funding, appointed Stephen H. Long to the Citizens Advisory Board for the Arts and directed Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services (FRES) to […]

Montesano Supports Passage of Legislation to Revamp Flawed Education Policies

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Today, Assemblyman Michael Montesano (R,I,C-Glen Head) commended the Assembly’s passage of legislation that would correct many of the flawed education policies in the 2015-16 budget. Assembly Bill 7303-A would extend the deadline for school district negotiations regarding evaluation plans and full implementation of the new teacher evaluation system until the fall of […]

Authorities Report Serious Vehicular Accident Involving Pedestrian in Elmont

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) The Homicide Squad is investigating a Vehicular Accident involving a pedestrian that occurred on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 5:04 am in Elmont. According to detectives, a 71 year old female victim was crossing northbound to southbound on Hempstead Turnpike, east of Meacham Avenue, when she was struck by a 2003 Harley […]

McDonough: Teachers, Students Have a Right to Testing Material, Confidentiality Agreements Wrong Approach

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) today urged Assembly Democrats to bring A.7402, a measure that would strike the requirement that certain education employees sign confidentiality agreements, to the floor for a vote. McDonough said it is irresponsible to disallow dissemination of information about Common Core assessments and students will benefit and achieve higher […]

Suffolk County Illuminates Dennison Building in Blue in Recognition of National EMS Week, May 17 – 23

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases (Long Island, NY) Suffolk County, for the ninth year in a row, is paying tribute to the county’s EMS providers by lighting the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge in blue, the nationally recognized color that symbolizes the emergency medical services profession. “We offer our sincere gratitude to our EMS volunteers and professionals for the […]

Senate Passes Important Croci Package of Veterans Bills to provide Additional Benefits for Active Duty and Deceased Veterans

May 20, 2015

Long Island Press Releases Significant property tax exemptions for active military members, respecting the legal ballots of those who die on active duty, and a major job opportunity benefit to assist returning war-zone members approved (Long Island, NY) The Senate today passed a package of legislation sponsored by Senator Thomas D. Croci (R-Sayville) to benefit veterans and military service […]


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