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Fox News Star Sean Hannity Sells New York Home For Just Under $13 Million Fox News Star Sean Hannity Sells New York Home For Just Under $13 Million
Fox News Star Sean Hannity Sells New York Home For Just Under $13 Million After just a week on the market, news anchor Sean Hannity sold his 10,600-square-foot waterfront estate. The estate, located in the town of Oyster Bay village of Centre Island, was listed for $13.75 million but sold at $12.7 million. Sold by Nest Seekers International’s Shawn Elliott after a bidding war, the buyer (who has not been named) received not only the seven-bedroom, nine-bath house but all the furniture as well, according to the Wall Street Journal and a representative for Elliott. Earlier Report: Fox News' Sean Hannity Lists Oyster Bay Home For $13.7M The estate boasts …
'Not Going Back': Fox News' Sean Hannity Lists NY Home For $13.7 Million 'Not Going Back': Fox News' Sean Hannity Lists NY Home For $13.7 Million
'Not Going Back': Fox News' Sean Hannity Lists NY Home For $13.7 Million Months after saying on air that he was done with New York, Sean Hannity’s 10,600-square-foot estate has been put on the market. Located in the town of Oyster Bay village of Centre Island, it's now listed for $13.75 million, according to its listing. The estate, which has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, is owned by Fox News star Sean Hannity, the Wall Street Journal reported, who announced on his television show that he had officially left New York to live in “the great free state of Florida.” Sitting on nearly 6 acres of land, the home boasts 500 feet of Oyster Bay frontage and an 81…
DNA Technology Identifies New 9/11 Victim DNA Technology Identifies New 9/11 Victim
DNA Technology Identifies New 9/11 Victim The latest 9/11 victim has been confirmed using new technology, officials announced. On Thursday, Jan. 18, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced alongside the city’s Chief Medical Examiner that the Long Island man has been identified as Oyster Bay resident John Ballantine Niven. Niven is the 1,650th person to be identified through advanced DNA analysis of remains recovered from the attack. In his obituary, Nivens, who was 44 at the time he died, was described as a dedicated father who enjoyed weekend trips with his family. “Our solemn promise to find answers for families using the la…
How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm
How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm Here are snowfall reports from the region for the winter storm that swept through the Northeast overnight Monday, Jan. 15 into Tuesday, Jan. 16. Totals are from the National Weather Service: Location        Amount        Time/Date      Provider New York Westchester County New Rochelle 1.7 inches 0730 AM 01/16 Public Peekskill 1.3 inches 0630 AM 01/16 Public Armonk 1.3 inches 0800 AM 01/16 COCORAHS Peekskill 2.8 NNE 1.0 inches 0800 AM 01/16 COCORAHS South Salem 0.8 inches 0715 AM 01/16 COCORAHS Nassau County Levittown 3.0 inches…
Man Sentenced For $12M Ponzi Scheme That Included Victim From Fairfield County Man Sentenced For $12M Ponzi Scheme That Included Victim From Fairfield County
Man Sentenced For $12M Ponzi Scheme That Included Victim From Fairfield County A New York man was sentenced for his role in a $12 million Ponzi scheme that targeted nearly 50 victims from throughout the region and the nation between 2015 and 2017. Long Island resident Matthew Eckstein, age 52, of Syosset, was sentenced on Monday, July 11 to three-and-a-half to 10-and-a-half years in prison. Eckstein originally pleaded guilty to the charges on September 26, 2019, but later withdrew his plea. A new indictment was secured in August 2020, but court closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic further delayed the case. “This defendant preyed upon seniors and hard-working men…
Four Killed, Two Injured In Wrong-Way Long Island Crash Four Killed, Two Injured In Wrong-Way Long Island Crash
Four Killed, Two Injured In Wrong-Way Long Island Crash Click here for an updated story: IDs Released Of Four Killed, Several Injured In Wrong-Way Southern State Parkway Crash State Police have released details on a horrific wrong-way Long Island crash with four fatalities that happened just before daybreak on a busy stretch of the Southern State Parkway, according to state police. It involved several vehicles and happened on the eastbound side at around 5:10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the area of Exit 29, in the town of Oyster Bay, said state police. A Toyota sedan, with the driver as the sole occupant, was traveling westbound in the…
Man Clinging To Kayak Without Life Jacket Rescued In Long Island Sound Man Clinging To Kayak Without Life Jacket Rescued In Long Island Sound
Man Clinging To Kayak Without Life Jacket Rescued In Long Island Sound A 27-year-old man holding on to his kayak without a life jacket was rescued in the Long Island Sound  It happened on Wednesday, July 8 at around 11 p.m. off the coast of Oyster Bay, approximately half mile from Center Island, Nassau County Police said. Nassau County Marine Bureau 5 discovered the man yelling for help. He was then recovered from the water by Marine Bureau and brought back to shore.  He was treated by Nassau County medical personnel and in stable condition.
Intoxicated Man Rescued From Boat On Long Island Sound By Police Marine Unit Intoxicated Man Rescued From Boat On Long Island Sound By Police Marine Unit
Intoxicated Man Rescued From Boat On Long Island Sound By Police Marine Unit A man who had allegedly had too much to drink was rescued from a boat on Long Island Sound. The incident took place off the north coast of Long Island around 10:27 p.m., Tuesday, June 16, in Oyster Bay. According to Nassau County Police, the department's boat Marine 6 and Helicopter 4 received a call for a medical emergency in the Long Island Sound approximately one mile north of Lloyd Harbor. Upon arrival, units discovered a man on a boat in and out of consciousness, apparently due to severe intoxication, police said. The man was rescued by Marine 6 and transported to the Oyster Bay boat…
Newly Named Iona College Basketball Coach Rick Pitino Sells Florida Estate For $17M Newly Named Iona College Basketball Coach Rick Pitino Sells Florida Estate For $17M
Newly Named Iona College Basketball Coach Rick Pitino Sells Florida Estate For $17M New Iona College men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino has sold his waterfront Florida mansion for $17 million as he prepares to make his way to Westchester. Pitino’s 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion, which is on the water in the exclusive enclave of Indian Creek Island has been on the market since 2016. Pitino originally bought the property in 1999 for $5.4 million. It was reportedly originally listed for nearly $24 million when it went on the market. The island, located north of Miami, is made up of its own village, 34 homes, state-of-the-art golf course and has a 13-member po…
New Round Of Scattered, Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Area New Round Of Scattered, Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Area
New Round Of Scattered, Severe Thunderstorms Sweeping Through Area A new round of scattered, severe thunderstorms is moving through the area. There have been reports of strong storms both in the southern portions of the region, including the New York City area, and farther inland in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut. At 4:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, a strong thunderstorm was located over Scarsdale, near New Rochelle, moving east at 20 mph. Winds in excess of 40 mph and pea size hail are possible with this storm. Locations impacted include Stamford, New Rochelle, White Plains, Port Chester, Glen Cove, Syosset, Rye, Oyster Bay, Greenwich,…
Billy Joel Sighting: Singer Stops By Popular Westchester Restaurant On Long Island Sound Billy Joel Sighting: Singer Stops By Popular Westchester Restaurant On Long Island Sound
Billy Joel Sighting: Singer Stops By Popular Westchester Restaurant On Long Island Sound A bottle of white, a bottle of red? Perhaps a bottle of rose instead? It's unclear what beverage he ordered, but one thing is not. Long Island's own Billy Joel traversed the Long Island Sound to frequent a popular waterfront restaurant in Westchester. The music legend left his Centre Island home in Oyster Bay to take a trip across the Sound to the Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar in Rye, where he dined before heading back home to Long Island on Tuesday, July 16. In photos posted on Facebook by the restaurant, Joel’s boat, “Alexa” can be seen docked near the popular restaurant, though no …
Be Prepared If Emergency Arises, Officials Warn As Boaters Flock To Waters Be Prepared If Emergency Arises, Officials Warn As Boaters Flock To Waters
Be Prepared If Emergency Arises, Officials Warn As Boaters Flock To Waters Boaters need to be prepared if an emergency arises when out on the water this July 4th holiday and throughout the summer, officials are warning. Marine patrol units in the region are increasing their marine presence over the four-day weekend to make sure vessels are safe and boaters obey Boating While Intoxicating laws. Before heading out on the water, check to make sure your boat has required safety equipment on board, including a personal flotation device for each person on board.  Kids under 12  must wear life jackets at all times in New York on boats less than 65 feet and all…
Tiger Woods' Yacht Already Docked In Oyster Bay For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black Tiger Woods' Yacht Already Docked In Oyster Bay For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black
Tiger Woods' Yacht Already Docked In Oyster Bay For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black He’s ready. Fresh off his victory at the Masters, Tiger Woods may have already taken his green jacket to his yacht, which has been spotted just miles from Bethpage Black, where he will play in the PGA Championship starting in mid-May, shooting for his second major of the season. Though he chose to opt out of this week’s Wells Fargo Championship to rest up his body, his $20 million yacht, “Privacy” is currently docked just a few miles north in Oyster Bay, minutes from the course where he will try to claim his 16th major title. It is not clear whether or not Woods is on board the yacht prese…
Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black
Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black There are still some tickets on the market for one of sports' marquee events that is being hosted on Long Island. With the PGA Championship heading to Bethpage Black in Farmingdale from Monday, May 13, through Sunday, May 19, some tickets are still available for both the practice rounds (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and championship rounds (Thursday and Friday). Tickets for the main event on Saturday and Sunday have been sold out for some time, as are week-long grounds tickets. For the practice rounds, tickets are running at $35 each, while championship round tickets will cost $110. They ca…
Investigation Into Death Of Baby Found In Stamford Centers On Three States Investigation Into Death Of Baby Found In Stamford Centers On Three States
Investigation Into Death Of Baby Found In Stamford Centers On Three States Investigators have narrowed down several locations where recycling materials came from in which the body of a full-term newborn baby boy was found dead by an employee at a garbage carting facility in Stamford early Tuesday morning. The body was discovered around 8:40 a.m. at the City Carting garbage transfer station at Taylor Reed Place by an employee, said Stamford Police Lt. Thomas Scanlon. Late Tuesday afternoon, Scanlon said investigators have established that material was dropped off from companies that operate in the following areas: Stamford, Greenwich, Somers (in Northern Westcheste…
Investigators Narrowing Down Location Of Recycling Materials Containing Dead Baby Boy Investigators Narrowing Down Location Of Recycling Materials Containing Dead Baby Boy
Investigators Narrowing Down Location Of Recycling Materials Containing Dead Baby Boy This story has been updated. Investigators have narrowed down several locations where recycling materials came from in which the body of a full-term newborn baby boy was found dead by an employee in Stamford early Tuesday morning. The body was discovered around 8:40 a.m. at the City Carting garbage transfer station at Taylor Reed Place by an employee, said Stamford Police Lt. Thomas Scanlon. Late Tuesday afternoon, Scanlon said investigators have established that material was dropped off from companies that operate in the following areas: Stamford, Greenwich, Somers, in Westchester County,…