Tag: Copiague

Kids Need More Hosts Drive-in Movie Night Fundraisers

KiDS NEED MoRE organizers resumed their KiDS NEED MoRE Drive-In Movie Night series on Jan. 17 with Disney’s Aladdin at Costello's Ace Hardware of Copiague. All proceeds benefitted kids coping with life-threatening illness.

Gordon, Garbarino Vie To Replace Retiring Rep. King

With Election Day fast approaching, a competitive race for an open Long Island congressional seat long-held by Republicans is shaping up to be a closely watched match-up.

22% of Long Island Villages Don’t Hold Pledge of Allegiance

One fifth of villages on Long Island don’t hold the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of their monthly board meetings, contrary to routine at most government meetings, the Press has found.

Copiague Man Stabbed to Death at Wedding Party, Suspect Arrested

A 28-year-old man was stabbed to death while attending a wedding party in his hometown of Copiague on Saturday night and a suspect was arrested the following day, Suffolk County police said.

Copiague Pedestrian Fatally Hit by Car

A pedestrian was fatally hit by a car in Copiague on Thursday night.

Copiague Man Dies After Hit-and-run Crash

A 23-year-old man died after he and two other people were in an SUV that was struck by a hit-and-run driver in Copiague over...

Copiague Man Sentenced for $30M Mortgage Scam

A Copiague man was sentenced Friday to 12 ½ years in federal prison for conning banks out of more than $30 million in a mortgage scam over a six-year span.

Copiague Crash Leaves Man Dead, Driver Arrested for Suspended License

A man was arrested for driving with multiple license suspensions after he fatally struck a 38-year-old pedestrian in the victim's hometown of Copiague on Thursday night, Suffolk County police said.

Copiague Teachers Who Protested on Trump Inauguration Day Won’t be Fired,...

"I’m not quite sure where some of this is coming from, but I can tell you that no one’s getting fired over this.”

Copiague Teachers May Face Repercussions for Trump Inauguration Day Protest

The Copiague School District completed its investigation into two teachers who protested at the high school last week before President Donald Trump’s inauguration, but the matter hasn’t concluded yet, school administrators said.