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  • Disabled activist, entrepreneur receives national award from Muscular Dystrophy Association

    Thomas Arrington III runs a green energy company, advocates for the disabled, and is the primary caretaker for his 3-year-old son Chase. "Use your quiet voice," he exhorts his youngest son, while juggling a business call on his Blackberry and maneuvering a power wheelchair around the kitchen of his Chesapeake home.
  • Massive Explosion Levels Elmont Home, 1 Firefighter Injured

    Massive Explosion Levels Elmont Home, 1 Firefighter Injured
    A Long Island residential neighborhood was rudely awakened by a house explosion early Tuesday morning. The blast happened just after 1:30 a.m. at a home located at 150 Lincoln Street in the Hempstead. The home was leveled to a pile of rubble; the roof...

    A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts

    A trek grows in Brooklyn: Visiting old Dodger baseball haunts
    While Los Angeles celebrates the arrival of the Dodgers 50 years ago (beach balls! vigorous organ music!), Brooklyn, N.Y., faces the butt end of that anniversary. This month in 1958, Brooklynites found themselves facing their first 20th century spring...

    Schumer takes a swipe at state PSC

    An interesting political shot comes out of this latest appearance by Sen. Charles Schumer as he called for repowering the Northport power plant by National Grid. As Mark Harrington reports: "Asked why he didn't demand that National Grid overhaul...

    Give lobbying regulators some credit, says tradesman

    To follow up on our earlier jibe on Keyspan lobbying: Thomas Shanahan, a practicing Albany lobbyist, and knowledgeable historian of the trade, with roots on Long Island, says the state Public Integrity Commission indeed is active in the field....