Commack Home Burglarized
Suffolk County Police responded to a reported burglary of a Commack home on Jan. 24.
Police said that the alleged burglar/s forced their way through the back door of a home on Beacon Lane between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The homeowners told police that they discovered missing jewelry.
Truck Inspection Site Coming to Commack
A new commercial truck inspection site is coming to Commack.
According to a Newsday report, the site is planned north of the Long Island Expressway, on the west side of Crooked Hill Road between Henry Street and Commack Road, and will open in the spring.
The inspection site is intended to address police safety concerns regarding commercial motor vehicles, the report said. There are currently 69,079 registered commercial vehicles in Suffolk, more than any other county, but there is only one official inspection site in place, which is between Exits 65 and 66 off of the westbound side of the LIE.
One wouldn’t expect to find fried chicken at a florist, but at Commack’s Ribbons and Roses, if you dream it, it can be done.
That’s what happened when 13-year-old David wanted one of his Bar Mitzvah centerpieces to showcase his love of fast food. Florist owner Lisa Caldararo took his idea and ran with it, making KFC drumsticks and Ralph’s Italian Ice from Styrofoam and spray paint and Taco Bell chips from colored paper.
Trees Down in Commack
Severe weather overnight on Wedsnday and heavy winds Thursday knocked out trees and power across Commack.