Tag: Commack

Hard-Working Federal Judge Arthur Spatt Dies

U.S. District Judge Arthur Spatt, who presided over some of the most high profile cases in recent memory at Central Islip federal court, died Friday. He was 94.

Who Is The Best Carpenter on Long Island?

Nobody’s house is perfect and there is always room for home improvement. But when it's time to hire a professional carpenter to get the job done, which one is best?

Rev. Todd Bishop Delivers Church Unleashed

The Greatest Sermon: Each week, Bishop offers a not-so-typical-Sunday at a not-your-typical-church. He's now opening his third Church Unleashed since the first debuted a decade ago.

Renovated Commack Colonial Asks $959,000

This move-in ready, completely renovated Post Modern Colonial on private court is listed for sale in the Country Estates section of Commack.

4 Toys ‘R’ Us Stores to Close on Long Island

Four of the 11 Toys ‘R Us locations on Long Island are among about 180 nationwide that are slated to close by April, the company reportedly disclosed in court documents.

Coram Man Killed in Car Crash

A car crash in Commack left an 88-year-old Coram man dead and injured two others on Sunday evening.

Driver Spared Jail in Limo Crash That Killed 4

A man who pleaded guilty Wednesday at Suffolk County court to driving while ability impaired when he crashed into a limousine, killing four women in Cutchogue two years ago was spared jail time.

Commack Man Killed in Crash on LIE

A 52-year-old Commack man was killed when he crashed his SUV on the Long Island Expressway in Brentwood over the weekend.

Feds: Commack Terror Sympathizer Threatened To Behead His Mother

In documents submitted at U.S. District Court in Central Islip Monday, alleged terrorist sympathizer Elvis Redzepagic is accused of threatening to behead his mother, bragging about outsmarting the CIA in Facebook communications, and envisioning returning from abroad with an army of fellow fighters.

Commack Man Tried To Join ISIS, Feds Say

A Commack man was arrested over the weekend for flying to the Middle East in attempts to join ISIS and another terrorist group twice in recent years, federal authorities said.