While Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo face off on how to fund universal pre-K, some parents whose children don’t have full-day kindergarten say the debate is out of order.
Vincent Heilig, 30, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested Wednesday for six home burglaries. Police later determined Heilig was responsible for four other home burglaries in Ronkonkoma and Medford.
Police on Long Island were searching Thursday evening for a bank robber who struck in Patchogue.
Youssef Abdel-Gawad was released on $25,000 bail. He must wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.
With spring only two weeks away, it’s time for a little garden rehabilitation.
Just hours before an accident in Roslyn Heights, Long Island that left two teenagers dead, town leaders were meeting about the dangerous curve where it happened and that drivers keep missing.
Sgt. Scott Greene did not say a word as he appeared in court to face charges that he stole money from drivers. He was arrested in January.
MTA officials told Shirley Findel, who now lives in Port Richey, Fla., that she and her husband received extra money every month for nearly two decades because of a “processing error’.”
The company behind the INRIX smartphone traffic app for years has reported that New York and Bridgeport are in the top ten among all U.S. cities when it comes to traffic congestion.
A new survey finds most businesses are looking to add workers within the next five years. The survey was sponsored by Bethpage FCU and conducted by the Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research.
Police on Long Island said Wednesday that they have found the man who spray-painted graffiti using the name “Timothy of the Seven Seas.”
A former Long Island Rail Road train maintenance foreman was sentenced to more than three years in prison Wednesday for his role in a disability claims scheme at the railroad.
In 2013, the town removed more than 10,000 of the offending commercial signs from along roadways and on utility poles.
Joseph Yerushalmi, of Great Neck, has been trying to divorce his wife for the past 12 years and says her lawyers are to blame.
New Hyde Park residents are apparently not alone in their quest for their mail deliveries. Several zip codes across Long Island and the country are seeing inconsistent U.S. mail service.