Suffolk County Police arrested a Rocky Point man who was allegedly drunk and on drugs when he crashed into a Police car at the intersection of 25A and Eagle Road in Rocky Point Monday night.
Seventh Precinct Police Officer Kevin Corrigan was on patrol on westbound Route 25A in Rocky Point when William Roden III, driving a 1988 GMC pickup truck towing a boat and trailer, made a left turn in front of Officer Corrigan’s vehicle at the intersection with Eagle Road at 8:35 p.m, Police said.
The Wildcat Athletic Club Field Renovation Committee, a booster club comprised of district residents, had its construction plan by BBS Architects & Engineers for a high school football field press box recently approved by the Board, according to a report in the Village Beacon Record.
The plan, , is fully funded by the booster club and comes at no cost to the district. Booster Club President Chris Rosati estimates the total cost of the project to be $52,400.
Aid Auto Stores, in business on Long Island since 1966, will be closing its final five locations in Eastern Suffolk, including .
According to a report in Newsday (subscription required), there is no set timetable for the closing of the stores. Aid Auto president Anthony Pirrera told Newsday that all 80 employees can expect to be paid through August.
A morning rainfall didn’t deter the Bellmore Striders Running Club from hitting the pavement on Independence Day; after all, what are a few drops of water compared to the special milestone they were celebrating?
The Annual Bellmore Striders Fourth of July Run celebrated its 30th anniversary this year, having first started in Bellmore way back in 1982, according to race director Alex Cuozzo.
Joe Brida of Miller Place made the long trip to Bellmore to assist with his training.
“I’m preparing to run in the USA Track and Field Grand Prix Series and this is excellent training” he said. “And, honestly, I like to run in the rain."