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  • DEC executes search warrant at Bay Shore hauling facility

    DEC executes search warrant at Bay Shore hauling facility

    Thursday, July 20 2017 10:07 PM EDT2017-07-21 02:07:49 GMT
    State Department of Environmental Conservation officials swarmed a Bay Shore facility Thursday in what appears to be part of a probe into illegal dumping.State Department of Environmental Conservation officials swarmed a Bay Shore facility Thursday in what appears to be part of a probe into illegal dumping.

    State Department of Environmental Conservation officials swarmed a Bay Shore facility Thursday in what appears to be part of a probe into illegal dumping. 

    State Department of Environmental Conservation officials swarmed a Bay Shore facility Thursday in what appears to be part of a probe into illegal dumping. 

  • Newsday: Sec'y of defense vows to look into Bethpage plume

    Newsday: Sec'y of defense vows to look into Bethpage plume

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 10:29 PM EDT2017-07-20 02:29:02 GMT

    Secretary of Defense James Mattis has vowed to look into the possible radioactive contamination at the old Grumman plant in Bethpage after a one-on-one meeting with Sen. Chuck Schumer, Newsday reports. 

    Secretary of Defense James Mattis has vowed to look into the possible radioactive contamination at the old Grumman plant in Bethpage after a one-on-one meeting with Sen. Chuck Schumer, Newsday reports. 

  • Experts blame nitrogen for high tide of seaweed

    Experts blame nitrogen for high tide of seaweed

    Monday, July 17 2017 5:36 PM EDT2017-07-17 21:36:25 GMT
    Some South Shore beachgoers say a slimy abundance of seaweed is drowning out the fun at their favorite beaches, and experts are blaming nitrogen runoff.Some South Shore beachgoers say a slimy abundance of seaweed is drowning out the fun at their favorite beaches, and experts are blaming nitrogen runoff.

    Some South Shore beachgoers say a slimy abundance of seaweed is drowning out the fun at their favorite beaches, and experts are blaming nitrogen runoff. 

    Some South Shore beachgoers say a slimy abundance of seaweed is drowning out the fun at their favorite beaches, and experts are blaming nitrogen runoff. 

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