Share-worthy stories from Long Island Patch sites to talk about tonight:
Police say their car was pulled over, and officers found marijuana and a loaded handgun in the glove box.
"This can and does happens to anyone. Every time you go out you're playing Russian roulette!" Woman whose husband has coronavirus speaks.
"Southold should not be treated as someone's personal isolation unit." — Supervisor Scott Russell. Would you support an East End travel ban?
When the pandemic forced Greg Teatom to change his plans to propose to his girlfriend, he improvised with a Netflix-inspired proposal.
The chickens are believed to be a part of ritualistic sacrifice, according to the SPCA. They offering $1K for info leading to an arrest.
The new measures from the Catholic church are in response to restrictions on gatherings put in place by the state.
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