The Brooklyn man who started the chain of events at a Richmond Hill cellphone store in 2019 that led to the friendly-fire killing of NYPD Detective Brian Simonsen, who was from Calverton, was sentenced to 33 years in prison Wednesday morning, Nov. 17, according to Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz.
The defendant in the 2019 friendly fire death of NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen of Calverton is facing 33 years in prison after pleading guilty...
Don’t ask what’s cooking in Calverton, unless you’ve got some time to listen to the answer.
Most homes are built block by block, or brick by brick. But a demo house in Calverton was constructed scan by scan - its walls made using a giant three-dimensional printer.
New York State authorities suspended the liquor licenses of four more restaurants on Long Island after investigators found alleged violations of social distancing orders enacted to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The U.S. Supreme Court cited the case of a man who claimed Long Island Skydive fired him for being gay in the top court's ruling that extend federal anti-discrimination protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
PeKANT, a one-of-a-kind spicy organic iced tea company, is one of 38 companies in various stages of growth at the Calverton incubator, one of a handful of industrial-grade kitchens on LI dedicated to nurturing culinary innovators.
Thousands of police officers from across the country lined the streets of Hampton Bays on Wednesday to salute fallen New York City police Det. Brian Simonsen at his funeral, where he was remembered for his dedication.
A grand jury indicted a Calverton man on upgraded charges after he allegedly set his homeless girlfriend on fire while she slept two weeks ago, Suffolk County prosecutors said.