LI Wedding Venue’s Liquor License Suspended, Cuomo Says: Patch PM



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Wedding Venue’s Liquor License Suspended After Reception: Cuomo

The wedding reception at the popular venue had 95 guests, nearly 2x the limit allowed under coronavirus regulations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says.

LI 9/11 Survivors Felled By COVID: Families Eligible For Benefits

Those with 9/11-related illnesses are at increased risk of COVID-19, spurring a decision to compensate families if they die.

Man Who Had ‘Sex Dungeon’ In Parents’ Basement Sentenced: DA

He coerced the women into prostitution by providing them with heroin and crack cocaine to impair their judgment, Suffolk County DA says.

Man Arrested After Fiery 1-Car Suffolk Crash: Police

A guardrail and utility pole were damaged, police say. The car ended up in a ditch and went up in flames.

Smithtown HS West Senior Named Rising Scientist Award Winner

Julia Savino has been named a 2020 Rising Scientist by the Child Mind Institute; she’s one of only five in the NY metropolitan area.

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