Ex-Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota and his former top deputy were alternately described Thursday as corrupt prosecutors who allegedly conspired to cover up police brutality and as victims of overzealous federal investigators.
More than 300 guests helped March of Dimes on Long Island raise $120,000 for the health of all moms and babies at its annual Signature Chefs Auction at The Mansion at Oyster Bay on Oct. 28.
Attorneys for the Diocese of Rockville Centre filed a court motion Tuesday that challenges the legality of the New York State Child Victims Act that recently sparked hundreds of lawsuits alleging decades-old abuse.
The Garden City Hotel grand ballroom was packed as many contributors from communities throughout Long Island and as far away as Manhattan supported the Life’s WORC/Family Center For Autism Annual Gala on Nov. 7.
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A Long Island immigration advocate is among a half dozen plaintiffs whose arguments against a federal policy of deporting young immigrants the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing Tuesday.