Cops Vigilant Over Labor Day Drunk Driving in Long Island

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Labor Day is almost here and Long Island police are getting prepared. Suffolk County officers have already set up checkpoints and extra patrols to look for distracted drivers and drivers under the influence as a part of their aggressive plan to reduce Labor Day road fatalities and injuries. Seven people have already been arrested at…

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Cops Vigilant Over Labor Day Drunk Driving in Long Island

Measures for Ensuring School Safety in Long Island

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School supplies other than highlighters and five-subject notebooks are flying off the shelves this year at major box stores- bulletproof backpacks.  Popular retailers are reporting bulletproof backpack sales are up 200 to 300 percent after the devastating school-shooting in Parkland, Florida this past February, with parents buying out of fear and dire need to protect…

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Measures for Ensuring School Safety in Long Island

Dog Bites

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In June of this year, a mother was walking home with her daughters and niece in the Bronx when they were attacked by two pit bulls. All of the victims were left with bite wounds and scratches after the dogs had somehow gotten away from their owners and charged at the group- the owners reportedly…

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Dog Bites

Red Light Camera Outrage

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A woman from East Norwich was shocked when she received over $1,000 worth of traffic tickets in the mail for failing to stop at a red light. The resident had never gotten a ticket before and she doesn’t remember not stopping at the intersection cited on the violation. Another Nassau County man received 20 tickets…

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Red Light Camera Outrage

When It Comes to Construction Worker Safety: New York City Diverges from the Rest of the State

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There are several possible reasons the construction industry has seen an increase in workplace fatalities in New York State this decade. One, of course, is the improving economy, which has increased construction and general economic activity since the depths of the Great Recession.  However, a quick look at how these trends compare, between New York…

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When It Comes to Construction Worker Safety: New York City Diverges from the Rest of the State

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