A chef who helps previously incarcerated people return to society, a rabbi who founded a leading medical marijuana dispensary, a yogi who leads a wellness center, and the first Black and Latina cannabis company owner in Maryland are among the first people to win licenses to sell recreational pot on Long Island.
It’s the time of year to drive around and admire all the holiday lights and decorations. But how can you find which houses on Long Island have the best displays?
Eat, drink, and be merry – Two pop up Christmas restaurants are coming to Farmingdale starting Nov. 25 and Dec. 1.
“Torso Killer” Admits to Decades-old Murders of 5 Women in Nassau, Pleads Guilty in Green Acres Mall Killing
A packed courtroom in Mineola on Monday watched and listened as 76-year-old Richard Cottingham, nicknamed the “Torso Killer,” admitted to killing five women in Nassau County in the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Ibrahim Khan, a Long Island native and Queens resident who served as the New York State attorney general’s chief of staff, is resigning after a probe into allegations of misconduct, officials said.