LONG ISLAND, NY — Here are some of the biggest stories that Long Island Patches covered this week.
In an emotional day in court, Andrew McMorris' loved ones spoke about agonizing loss; the wife of the driver who killed the Scout collapsed.
The notes were found tucked into fences and lamp posts in and around a park popular with families.
A man ripped a sign out of a 64-year-old man's hand before punching and shoving him at a political rally earlier in September, police say.
The wedding reception at the popular venue had 95 guests, nearly 2x the limit allowed under coronavirus regulations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says.
Those with 9/11-related illnesses are at increased risk of COVID-19, spurring a decision to compensate families if they die.
The employee stabbed a man who shoplifted from the store with a box cutter during a confrontation, police say. Police identified both men.
The state has launched its new COVID Alert NY app, which tells users when they're near people infected with the coronavirus.
The Diocese of Rockville Centre filed for bankruptcy because of the more than 200 lawsuits it is facing from sexual abuse survivors.
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