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  • Officials discuss elevated cancer rates in 3 communities July 18, 2018
    More than 250 residents from three Long Island communities packed a hotel conference room to learn why a state Health Department analysis has targeted their region among four others in New York as having higher-than-expected rates of cancer.
  • Dean Skelos, son convicted of corruption July 18, 2018
    A Manhattan federal court jury convicted former Republican Senate leader Dean Skelos in the retrial of charges that he used his official power to corruptly secure work for his son, Adam. Jurors also convicted Adam Skelos.
  • Curran to keep Mangano settlement program until reassessment July 18, 2018
    County officials say Curran has no choice but to extend the settlement program -- which has shifted $2.2 billion in taxes since 2011 from those who challenge their assessments to those who don't -- until an ongoing reassessment is completed.
  • Commuter lawsuit against LIRR gains traction July 17, 2018
    A judge has cleared a path for a lawsuit filed by a pair of commuters accusing the Long Island Rail Road of unsafe conditions for passengers in the weeks leading up to and during last year's "summer of hell."

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