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Oyster Festival 2012 Will Draw Tens of Thousands 

Some 200,000 people are again expected to attend the 29th Oyster Festival on Saturday and Sunday, one of Long Island's premier outdoor festivals, a two-day waterfront party of crafts, food, shows a tall ship and midway rides.

DA: Woman Pleads Guilty in Scam Perpetrated With Roslyn Woman

A Rockville Centre woman pleaded guilty Wednesday after using fake Craigslist ads for nonexistent jobs and apartments to steal steal hundreds of identities nationwide and filing hundreds of fraudulent tax returns, according to the Nassau County District Attorney's office. 

A Massapequa man has won $50,000 playing a New York Lottery scratch-off game. Ralph Lake bought the lucky ticket at a 7-Eleven on Merrick Road in Bellmore. He was playing the Lottery's $5,000.000 Cash! game and overcame impressive odds. Only one in 247,200 people win the game's $50,000 prize.

Completion of Konica Minolta Demolition Expected by Year's End

Demolition of the Konica Minolta facility on Charles St. is expected to resume in a few weeks once testing of a contaminated area is completed, said Mayor Ralph Suozzi at a town hall meeting at Landing Elementary School Wednesday.

Baby Formula Thief Strikes CVS

Suffolk County Police are searching for the man who took 26 cans of baby formula Monday from the CVS on Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station.

Farmingdale Couple Convicted of Animal Abuse

A Farmingdale couple whose Great Dane was found emaciated from neglect has been convicted of animal neglect by a Nassau County Jury.

Israel and Schimel to be Represented by Stand-ins at Debate: Two incumbent Democrats will be represented by stand-ins at a debate Monday in Port Washington featuring congressional and New York State Assembly candidates.

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