A Wyandanch schools employee, named in a report this week as using a degree from an unaccredited college to receive a stipend, has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the school administrator who first questioned his credentials.
Developer Bruce Ratner's proposal for the Islanders to play six games at Nassau Coliseum after the team moves to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn is unprecedented in the National Hockey League, a source familiar with the situation said.
The East Hampton Village board has adopted a modified version of its proposed dog leash law, which will require people to keep dogs on the beach leashed in the hours after the beaches are closed for bathing. It will take effect in time for the Fourth of July weekend.
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Luisa Gianturco Donnis was born May 8, 1913, in Chicago. She is the second oldest of eight children. Luisa was about 18 months old when her family moved back to Italy. At 17, Luisa returned to the United States to help provide for her family in Italy. In 1939 she married Pasquale Donnis and had five children -- three boys and two girls. Luisa has 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. They lived in Manhattan until 1969 and then moved to Central Islip. After being widowed in 1985, Luisa moved to Lindenhurst. She enjoys watching Mass on television and visits from her family.
Irene Garas, born April 29, 1913, in Budapest, Hungary. In April, her story as a Holocaust survivor was read into the Congressional Record. Irene immigrated to America in 1948, settling in Forest Hills, Queens. She married Louis Garas in 1936 and had two children, Katherine and Andrew. Irene was widowed in 1972 and in 1977 married Bundi Eros (now deceased). Irene made and sold corsets and worked in Forest Hills for Cakeland Bakery, owned by her husband and brother. She has five grandchildren, who threw her a birthday party, and five great-grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with family on Long Island and in Queens.
The driver of a pickup truck died Friday morning after his 1986 Chevrolet slammed into the rear of a tractor trailer illegally parked on the shoulder of Route 25A in Wading River, Riverhead Police said.
The state Public Service Commission yesterday approved a plan by Verizon to eliminate its landline service on western Fire Island, despite concerns from critics and a letter from the state attorney generalâs office asking that a formal decision be tabled.