A disbarred attorney turned herself in to the Nassau County District Attorney’s office Thursday, after being indicted on charges that she stole $1 million from a physically and mentally disabled client.
Long Island Rail Road service was shut down at Penn Station as the Thursday afternoon rush began, amid reports of a person under a train.
Golf fans dream about teeing it up on the hallowed grounds of Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters. A young lady from Long Island lived that dream this past weekend.
While praciting their moves last week, their camera was rolling when two town of Hempstead public safety officers told them they were too old to be there and would have to leave,
Neighbors said they’ve seen raccoon, possums and mice going in and out of the Osceola Avenue home. Inside the two-story house are rotten food and stacks of old magazines and newspapers, neighbors said.
As the busy summer season approaches, one private beach community on Long Island is dealing with the thorny issue of public access for public help.
Cartagena has been charged with the murder of his girlfriend, 32-year-old Yanira Martinez. She was killed on March 26 while walking to pick up her 5-year-old daughter from school.
Parts of the Fire Island National Seashore are now closed to the public for two weeks while the race is on to stop one of the most destructive forest pests.
A gymnastics coach claims he was insulted by a public safety officer and kicked out of a public park that he was training at last week.
Five men face charges that they impersonated plainclothes detectives to burglarize homes on Long Island.
Andrew Denton, 17, made the call around 7:41 p.m. Monday and said he saw a man with a rifle walking down the trails of Brady Park in Massapequa, according to detectives.
A former New York City investment banker faces trial on eastern Long Island on charges he raped a woman he took home after celebrating his birthday at a Hamptons nightclub.
Spota said once inside a home, the men would brandish guns and restrain anyone who was in the home with zip ties or duct tape before ransacking the place.
A David and Goliath fight of sorts continues to heat up on Long Island – with a small country community pitted against big-city money.
For the first time in Suffolk County, a new medicine was used to help save a man’s life after he was rescued from his burning home in Dix Hills.