Tag: Bellmore

2 Long Island Mobsters Charged With Cocaine Trafficking

Two reputed mobsters from Long Island were arrested Wednesday for allegedly smuggling cocaine across the border following a two-year investigation that netted an audio recording of a mafia induction ceremony, federal authorities said.

Bellmore Mom Fighting Illiteracy One Book at a Time

She founded The Book Fairies, a fast-growing nonprofit organization that collects reading materials for those in need throughout the New York Metro area.

Port Washington Native Makes Comedic Short Screening at LI Film Fest

It’ll be Christmas in July when a locally made comedic short called “Home Invasion for the Holidays” screens this week at the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIIFE) in Bellmore.

Long Island International Film Expo Returns for 20th Year

The 20th annual Long Island International Film Expo, the oldest film festival on the Island, returns Wednesday for a nine-day run of independent cinema and events through July 20 at Bellmore Movies.

Court Rejects Bid to Re-do Appeal of Ex-NCPD Commander’s Conviction

The highest court in New York State has denied a motion requesting a re-do of arguments in an appeal of a former Nassau County police commander’s conviction for covering up a burglary.

Timothy Bolger Named Editor in Chief of Long Island Press

The Long Island Press proudly announces the promotion of Timothy Bolger to editor in chief.

Spa Week Offers Soothing Savings April 17 to 23 Across Long...

Spa Week offers seven days of savings at participating spas throughout Long Island and nationwide, running from April 17 to 23!

Long Island Gets a ‘C’ in First-Ever Local Government Open Records...

It’s easier to acquire documents listing Nassau and Suffolk county authorities’ secret investigative files than obtain records detailing taxpayer-funded workers’ salaries in the villages of Island Park, Manorhaven or Port Jefferson. Those were among the many findings of an unprecedented audit of 196 Long Island municipalities and agencies’ responsiveness to the New York State Freedom of Information Law (FOIL), the four-decade-old process that the public, media and others use to obtain government documents.

10 Places to Celebrate Mardi Gras on Long Island

Try as they may, few establishments on LI are bound to throw parties as lively or serve food as authentic as these Cajun joints that have menus featuring crawfish, alligator and of course, jambalaya.

‘Big Fish Blues’ Documents Long Island Blues Scene On Silver Screen

Move over, South Side of Chicago, the Long Island blues scene gets its due in 'Big Fish Blues,' a lively documentary about our own homegrown legends whose lives take this music to another place.