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Two years after the Roman Catholic Church on Long Island became the largest diocese in the nation to declare bankruptcy, none of the hundreds of clergy sex abuse cases filed against the church has been settled.

“At that time, I yelled to my brother-in-law to call the cops and I just had him detained on the floor, I was sitting on top of him, and then the cops came and that was it.”

The restaurant helps commemorate life’s momentous events, providing a steady stream of soulful meals that can be enjoyed in one of its bustling dining rooms, at home with the family or, even, in the car.

“People still love general stores — especially today when they can bring them back to a better time in their lives and to nostalgic memories.”

Three of the seven friends who authorities say brawled alongside Khaseen Morris’ alleged killer in an afterschool fight could testify against the accused at his trial after secretly becoming cooperating prosecution witnesses.

Tyler Flach pleaded not guilty and has been held at Nassau’s jail since his arrest in connection with the slaying on Sept. 16, 2019.

Tuesday's Newsday cover: Suffolk County said it was able to resume title searches Monday morning after a ransomware attack on the county’s computer systems last month disrupted a critical process for the local real estate industry.

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Funding comes from the American Rescue Plan Act, which was signed into law by President Joe Biden in 2021 and is distributed by a formula that factors in enrollment size and family income levels.

Debbie Loesch, owner of the Angels of Long Island store on East Main Street, said the theft will make it a challenge to pay the rent and salaries of her staff this month.

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Off-duty officer refused a breath test after fracturing a toddler’s skull in a rear-end crash. Police tested the boy’s dad for alcohol – not the cop. More on the story is here:

For the second consecutive election, a Rep. Lee Zeldin campaign mailer has the wrong deadline for voters to return absentee ballots.

Sunday's Newsday cover: A gunman opened fire with a rifle at a Buffalo supermarket in what authorities described as “racially motived violent extremism,” killing 10 people and wounding three others before he surrendered, authorities said.

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When asked about his inspiration for the song "Butter" K-pop singer V, born Kim Tae-hyung, replied, "Well, there was Billy Joel."

A rainbow formed right near the Freedom Tower on the anniversary of 9/11 #NeverForget 

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Facing investigation by New York State human rights officials and withering public criticism from librarians, LGBTQ advocates and others, the Smithtown library board restored Pride Month displays in its children's reading rooms.

"What does it profit a president and his party if they gain their first legislative victory with a new tax system . . . and lose their supporters?"

Hank Steinbrenner oversaw all areas of the club’s business and baseball operations, and was directly involved in player negotiations, long-term player recruitment goals and overall club strategy.

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