Tag: seaford

NYPD Sgt. Charged With Shooting Wife’s Trainer in Seaford

A New York City police officer from Seaford was arrested Wednesday for allegedly shooting his wife's personal trainer after the cop caught the two cheating last year, according to Nassau County prosecutors and reports.

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

New to the Long Island dining scene are Kissaki in Water Mill, Guac Shop Mexican Grill in Seaford, and Danny's Chinese Kitchen in Massapequa.

Charming Seaford Colonial Asks $789,000

This vintage Colonial offers a classic turn-of-the-century design but updated with modern amenities that makes for a commuter's dream located at 1882 Monroe Ave. in the Seaford Manor section of Seaford.

Trump Visiting Long Island To Discuss MS-13, Again

President Donald Trump is expected to visit Long Island on Wednesday to discuss the street gang MS-13 — the president’s second visit to LI in less than a year for the same reason.

Waterfront Seaford Victorian Asks $849,000

This secluded waterfront Victorian on approximately one acre of land with about 220 feet of bulkheading is listed for sale in Seaford.

Knife-wielding Suspect Wanted for 18 Robberies Nabbed

A suspect that authorities believe robbed 18 stores at knife-point in Nassau and Suffolk counties over the past three months has been apprehended, police said.

3-Ex NYPD Cops from Long Island Charged With Bribery

Three former New York City police officers from Long Island were implicated in an alleged scheme to rush gun permit licenses in exchange for bribes, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.

Muttontown Village Mayor, Husband Arrested for Tax Fraud

The Muttontown village mayor and her gastroenterologist husband were arrested Thursday for allegedly failing to pay their income taxes for the past five years, Nassau County prosecutors said.

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.

Machete-Wielding Robber Hit 2 Shops in 20 Minutes, Cops Say

A masked robber armed with a machete held up an ice cream store after about 20 minutes after he unsuccessfully tried to stick up a doughnut shop about five miles away, Nassau County police said.