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Former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is seeking leniency ahead of his re-sentencing on corruption charges, as his lawyers reportedly said that he is struggling with depression after losing his reputation and his relationship with his son Adam. more
As state officials consider legalizing marijuana for recreational use in New York, Mayor Francis X. Murray and village trustee Michael Sepe denounced the idea at a village board meeting earlier this … more
A New York City Police Department detective who was arrested by Rockville Centre police last year and charged with four counts of public lewdness was found not guilty in Nassau County District Court for one of the charges last week, according to his attorney. more
When Sean O’Brien watched his niece get married at St. Agnes Cathedral on Sept. 8, he wasn’t just attending a wedding. For the first time in years, he returned to the place where he says a priest sexually abused him more than 35 years ago. more
Though “severe mold contamination” was detected at Rockville Centre’s police headquarters in April, according to a report from Clean Air Testing Labs Inc., village officials say the building is … more
A Suffolk County priest stepped away from the ministry after the Diocese of Rockville Centre received a letter last week alleging that he had abused a minor. more
The owner of a Rockville Centre business was arrested earlier this month for allegedly stealing from a neighboring store after a months-long dispute about rent and signage. Carolyn Vella, owner of … more
Some are calling on the village to restore the job of a former Rockville Centre police officer who was fired after he was apparently falsely ac-cused in February of videotaping his then girlfriend during sex without her consent. more
A Nassau County judge dismissed a charge against a Rockville Centre police officer Wednesday after he was arrested in February for allegedly unlawfully videotaping a sexual encounter he had with a woman. more
The New York Attorney General’s office has issued subpoenas to the eight dioceses in the state as it launches an investigation of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and the cover-up of such crimes. more
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