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Suffolk County (New York)

By the time Suffolk County was formed in 1683, English settlers already had been living on the East End for more than 40 years.
By the time Suffolk County was formed in 1683, English settlers already had been living on the East End for more than 40 years. « Show less

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  • Stripper at New York nursing home leads resident's son to sue

    When Franklin Youngblood was sorting through his mother’s belongings at a nursing home in January 2013, he found a photograph of a man wearing only underpants hovering over her.
  • Leaky pipe blamed for Long Island carbon monoxide death

    Leaky pipe blamed for Long Island carbon monoxide death
    The carbon monoxide leak that killed a Long Island restaurant manager and sickened more than two dozen other people was caused by a leaky pipe, officials said Sunday. All of those hospitalized in the Saturday incident were either restaurant workers or...

    Naloxone can reverse heroin overdose, but it's not widely available

    Naloxone can reverse heroin overdose, but it's not widely available
    The young New York woman had just gotten home from rehab but couldn't wait to shoot up again. Her parents, who lived in an affluent neighborhood of Long Island's Suffolk County, found her in the shower when they heard the water running too long. She had...

    Snowstorm brings early test for New York's new mayor

    Snowstorm brings early test for New York's new mayor
    NEW YORK — On his first full day in office Thursday, Mayor Bill de Blasio faced a headache that has bedeviled many a mayor before him virtually every year: a major snowstorm. At a news briefing shortly after swearing in his new police...

    Elisabeth Coleman dies at 68; helped break journalism glass ceiling

    Elisabeth Coleman dies at 68; helped break journalism glass ceiling
    After graduating from Vassar College in 1966, Elisabeth Coleman sought a job in journalism "as an assistant to a smart man." She found such a position as a researcher at Newsweek magazine in New York. In those "Mad Men" days of suffocating sexism,...