For teens in Suffolk County Jail, a message of hope from an ex-con But a car accident and a broken neck less ... “point-blank range.” “He killed him right in front of me,” DeLeon said. “The kid was only 19 years old.” The other men in the room would eventually go to prison for Tyreek’s murder, but DeLeon ... 09/11/2015 - 11:19 am | View Link
Four people die in Suffolk car crash Four people have died after two cars smashed into each ... Suffolk Police said a man, 77, and a woman, 75, from Ely in Cambridgeshire, and two young men aged 24 and 28, from Mildenhall in Suffolk, died at the scene. A tearful group, believed to be family ... 07/18/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Suffolk Cop Hurt After Tractor-Trailer Hits Patrol Car on LIE A Suffolk County Police Highway Patrol officer was airlifted to the hospital after his patrol car was struck by a tractor-trailer early Monday morning on the Long Island Expressway in Lake Ronkonkoma, police said. Officer Arthur Hull was taken to Stony ... 04/27/2015 - 3:50 am | View Link
Amtrak train hits car stuck on tracks in Suffolk Suffolk, Va. (WTKR) – An Amtrak train hit a car stuck on railroad tracks in Suffolk late Saturday night. Dispatch received a call about an accident at the railroad crossing at Kings Fork Road and Archers Mill Road around 10:51 p.m. According to Suffolk ... 04/19/2015 - 2:33 am | View Link
Suffolk garage fire destroys several antique cars The two men say the countless hours spent restoring the five cars inside the garage was all pleasure and not work. “Grease under the fingernails, grease all over you,” Mr. Thompson said about his love for car repairs. “Not new cars, not new cars ... 03/24/2015 - 6:24 am | View Link
Three men die within a week in Suffolk after 'bad batch of ecstasy pills' Investigations are continuing today into a 'bad batch' of ecstasy pills which Suffolk police say could be responsible for the deaths of three men in the last week and a fourth who is in hospital seriously ill. One man in his 20s died at an address in ... 01/2/2015 - 12:45 am | View Link
Suffolk County Legislature Unanimously Approves Rails to Trails Fund Allocation Hauppauge, NY - September 2014 - The federally funded Port Jefferson-Wading River Rails to Trails appropriation of funds for the planning, engineering and construction was unanimously approved by the Suffolk County Legislature ... and killed by a car ... 09/15/2014 - 8:36 am | View Link
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Celebrity Car Crashes: Famous people who died in ... Celebrity Automobile Accidents Famous people who have died in car crashes. This page features celebrities (actors, sports heroes, musicians, etc. who died in ... 02/9/2016 - 9:59 pm | View Website
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Press Releases 2015 « Suffolk County District Attorney's ... BOSTON, Dec. 22, 2015—A toy drive by Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley’s office and the Massachusetts Group Insurance Commission is putting ... 02/4/2016 - 7:34 pm | View Website
Suffolk PGA Joint winners in PGA better ball . Left: Suffolk Vice President, Andrew Sleath with joint winners Tony Dobson, partner Brad Wilkins was unavailable, James Peasey ... 02/4/2016 - 9:54 am | View Website
The militant group that calls itself the Islamic State has a far-reaching propaganda apparatus, and to Western audiences, the irregularly published magazine Dabiq might be one of its best-known products. Featuring high-quality production values and art design -- as well as horrific details of various Islamic State operations -- the glossy magazine, available in English and several other languages, tends to make headlines in Western media whenever a new issue appears.
Do you exhibit any of the following tendencies in your office? Eating other people's food. Won't stop talking about your standing desk. Coming into work sick. If so, congratulations: You're the most annoying person in your office. And you probably don't even realize it, because, again, you're oblivious, a trait consistent with the title "most annoying person in the office.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara insulted and raged at household staff, creating an abusive working environment at the Israeli prime minister's official residence, a labor court ruled on Wednesday. Allegations of mistreatment leveled by Meni Naftali, a former chief caretaker at the Jerusalem home, were dismissed by the Prime Minister's Office as "evil, skewed gossip" when the civil lawsuit was filed in 2014.
A transparency group in California on Tuesday announced it had collected 40,000 signatures to place an initiative on the ballot that would require state representatives to wear the names of their top sponsors while on the floor of the Statehouse. The initiative, called "California Is Not For Sale," was created in part to curb the influence of money in politics, and has been compared to NASCAR drivers displaying company logos on their shirts. It is backed by California attorney and businessman John Cox, who committed $1 million to the effort.
The New York Times is diving into its photo archive this month in search of "unpublished black history." The archive, known as the Morgue, is a library of photographs and negatives that lives in a subbasement. It’s an unassuming place of whitewashed walls and fluorescent lights. It smells like photo chemicals, sweet and pungent.
When Elizabeth Hunt Burrett sought a place to breastfeed her son at the zoo, she didn’t know she’d attract a couple of very special onlookers. “This orangutan locked eyes with me and came over to check out what was going on,” Burrett, who was visiting Australia’s Melbourne Zoo to celebrate her older daughter’s birthday, told radio station 775 ABC Melbourne.