LONG ISLAND, NY — Here are some of the biggest stories that Long Island Patches covered this week.
Maverick Stow is forbidden from attending senior activities, graduation after "disruption" he caused during coronavirus protocols: district.
A wrong-way driver collided head-on with an SUV, police say, killing three of its occupants and severely injuring the fourth.
The list of the 125 most expensive ZIP codes includes more on Long Island than New York City.
Dylan's Shell Shop was launched because Dylan wanted to give back to the hospital that cared for his baby brother's heart defect.
The nonprofit says it is "extremely concerned" about what it called a rising number of incidents against the Asian community in the area.
A Long Island woman was charged with animal cruelty after officials said they found dead dogs and other animals living in filthy conditions.
Anthony Coglitore, 87, of Whitestone, was accused of abusing a child stemming back to 2001.
The 16-year-old boy was stabbed multiple times following a dispute on a school soccer field, police say.
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