Tag: Great Neck
Judge Jack Weinstein, a Great Neck resident and the nation’s longest-serving federal judge, died on June 15. He was 99.
A Great Neck man was sentenced to six years in prison after he provided two people — his girlfriend and a friend — with the heroin that would go on to kill them both, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz announced on Thursday.
George Segal, a Great Neck native and Oscar-nominated actor who sparred with Richard Burton in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," romanced Glenda Jackson in "A Touch of Class" and won laughs in the TV sitcom "The Goldbergs," has died at the age of 87.
Three Great Neck ticket brokers have agreed to settle civil charges that they cheated consumers by illegally purchasing tens of thousands of tickets for concerts, theater, sports and other events, and reselling them at substantial markups.
After seeing homeless people on the street in New York City as a child, Jackson Southerland researched the biggest needs of those living in shelters and used his inspiration to launch an annual sock drive.
Major League Baseball’s club owners voted to approve the transferral of the New York Mets to the hedgefund billionaire
Two catering halls and a bar are among the latest establishments on Long Island to have their liquor licenses suspended for allegedly violating social distancing orders meant to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Might Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan be reimagined in the Wild West? Maybe as superheroes? On Mars? Anything’s possible, once The Great Gatsby's copyright expires in January.