Rockville Centre Businesses Struggle Through Badly Needed Infrastructure UpgradesWhat's a village to do when its water mains are a century old? Dig them up and replace the infrastructure.
Schumer Slams FEMA IG’s Plan To Recoup Sandy Money From Hard Hit Long Island TownsYet, now the inspector general's office of FEMA, the federal agency overseeing storm recovery is asking the towns to repay some of the relief money.
Nassau Executive Mangano, Under Indictment, Gives Himself $17,000 Pay RaiseRecently-indicted Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano is giving himself a pay raise, in the midst of a county budget crisis.
Sini: Plate Readers Will Be Used To Fight Specific Crimes, Not Round Up Undocumented ImmigrantsNew crime fighting technology coming to one Long Island town has some in the immigrant community concerned.
Long Island Middle School Staffers Get Liberty Medals For Saving Student's LifeEight Long Island middle school faculty members were honored Tuesday for helping save a student's life after his heart stopped during gym class.
CBS2 Exclusive: ‘Kevin Can Wait’ Brings Long Island Authenticity To PrimetimeAt the center of it all is CBS' own king of comedy -- Kevin James, oversees every aspect of production on his new show Kevin Can Wait.
Abundance Of Acorns On Long IslandSquirrels are going nuts over an abundance of acorns on Long Island.
Brentwood To Get License-Plate Readers In Wake Of Recent Gang-Related KillingsAbout $1 million in state funds have been secured for the installation and maintenance of cameras which will be placed throughout 20 locations in Brentwood.
2 More Half-Naked Men Spotted In Massapequa Preserve, Police SayA 51-year-old woman told police she was jogging in Massapequa Preserve on Sunday afternoon when she saw a man running naked from the waist down.
Several Long Island Police Officers Save Man From Burning CarSeveral Long Island police officers are being credited for their heroism for saving a driver from his burning vehicle Sunday night.
Sour Patch Kids Creator Frank Galatolie, Of Valley Stream, Dies At 74Frank Galatolie, creator of the beloved Sour Patch Kids candy, died in Charleston, N.C. on Oct. 22.
Stories From Main Street: Separating Fact From Fiction In The NewsAt Stony Brook University, students are being taught to look at news with a critical eye.

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