Tag: Copiague

Copiague Crash Leaves Man Dead, Driver Arrested for Suspended License

A man was arrested for driving with multiple license suspensions after he fatally struck a 38-year-old pedestrian in the victim's hometown of Copiague on Thursday night, Suffolk County police said.

Copiague Teachers Who Protested on Trump Inauguration Day Won’t be Fired,...

"I’m not quite sure where some of this is coming from, but I can tell you that no one’s getting fired over this.”

Copiague Teachers May Face Repercussions for Trump Inauguration Day Protest

The Copiague School District completed its investigation into two teachers who protested at the high school last week before President Donald Trump’s inauguration, but the matter hasn’t concluded yet, school administrators said.

Copiague Teachers Kneel During Pledge on Trump Inauguration Day, Sparking Probe

Two Copiague high school teachers kneeled in protest during the Pledge of Allegiance in class on Friday before President Donald Trump’s inauguration, sparking an internal investigation by school administrators, the Press has learned.

Copiague Man Fatally Hit By Car

A 45-year-old pedestrian was killed while crossing a road in his hometown of Copiague early Friday morning.

Cops Probe 3 Suffolk Armed Home Invasions in 3 Days

Suffolk County police are investigating three armed home invasions in as many days, including two cases in which a total of three suspects have been arrested, authorities said.

East Farmingdale Fatal DWI Crash Suspect Charged

A 39-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a crash with an alleged drunken driver in East Farmingdale over the weekend, Suffolk County police said.

8 Long Island Music Festivals on Long Island This Summer

From punk to bluegrass, pop to classical, music festivals celebrating specific genres and local artists alike can be seen and heard across Long Island virtually every weekend this summer through Labor Day. Here are eight upcoming music festivals coming to LI this summer:

Donation Retunes Long Island Students’ Defunct String Program

After warming up their cellos, violins and violas, 20 young musicians raised their bows and erupted in a symphony, filling a Copiague elementary school gymnasium with the music of Mozart and Bach. Third-grade symphony concerts aren’t uncommon at schools across Long Island, but since the Copiague school district lacked a strings program for 30 years, this one wouldn’t have been possible without a charitable donation two years ago. The help came from the D’Addario Foundation, the nonprofit arm of D’Addario & Co., the century-old, world’s largest guitar string manufacturer based in Farmingdale.

Copiague Man Fatally Hit by Vehicle

A 32-year-old man was fatally struck by a vehicle in his hometown of Copiague over the weekend.