Long Island Organist Receives Prestigious College ScholarshipMatt Luca, a senior at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, Long Island, was stunned to receive perhaps the most prestigious scholarhip for the organ in America.
Snowy Footprints Lead Police To Suspected Burglar On Long IslandInvestigators say they found Gregory Jackson, 18, of Brooklyn, hiding behind a bush in Merrick.
'Screams & Tears Of Joy' -- Military Sister Surprises Younger Sister At LI SchoolIt was screams and tears of joy when Grace Bonamico saw her sister Colleen for the first time since she left for technical training school in Biloxi, Mississippi, in August, WCBS 880's Sophia Hall reported.
Long Island Boy's Invention Becomes RealityA Long Island boy’s love of snow and knack for invention are being rewarded. The 5-year-old had a vision for what he calls a “Snowy Blaster.”
Experts: Take Advantage Of Deductions Before Tax Reform Bill Is SignedOne day after congressional leaders hammered out a tax reform agreement, Tri-State Area residents are calculating what the loss of key deductions will cost them.
Grinch Steals Christmas Gifts From Under Long Island Family's TreeTalk about ‘bah humbug.’ A Long Island woman says a greedy grinch broke into her West Islip home and stole the gifts under her Christmas tree.
Fallout Grows Over Long Island Town's So-Called 'Patronage Amendment'On Tuesday, nearly 200 jobs became officially protected by the Republican supervisor who was voted out of office in November.
Salvation Army Officials Warn Of Holiday Toy Shortage On Long IslandSalvation Army officials on Long Island say they have a shortage of donated toys this year. They’re asking for help making Christmas wishes come true.
Amityville Eliminates 9/11 As Village HolidayIn order to keep Veterans Day as a holiday, the village employees unanimously decided to once again work on 9/11 and have Black Friday off.
Police Say Duo Used Stolen Credit Card For Skydiving SessionsAbass Ibrahim, 21, and Maryam Burkes, 19, both of Brooklyn, turned themselves in to police on Tuesday. They have been charged with identity theft and forgery.
11th Hour Vote Passes Controversial Proposal To Protect So-Called Patronage Jobs In HempsteadMany taxpayers, and the newly elected Hempstead town supervisor, showed up to protest on Tuesday.
Car Crashes Into Garage Of Coram HomeMichael McClain said he was relaxing in his Coram home when a white-colored Inifiniti crashed into his garage, knocking out power.

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