Construction Set To Start On Long Island's Tesla Science CenterThe center is named for the visionary inventor who helped bring the world into the modern age -- right out of his laboratory in Shoreham.
Community Comes Together To Help West Babylon Family Left Homeless By FireIt's also sparked an outpouring of help with neighbors, merchants, and strangers trying to replace much of what was lost.
Nassau County Firefighters Set To Perform At Trump InaugurationThe Nassau County Firefighters Pipes and Drums band was chosen as one of only 40 groups to march at the presidential inauguration Friday.
'My Lucky Day': Sanitation Workers Help Woman Find Lost Wedding RingsJust two months ago, the workers plucked a diamond from the muck when another woman accidentally tossed her wedding rings into the trash.
Woman Once Known As Cheryl Pierson Speaks Out About Incest, Murder For HireIt was a shocking case that dominated headlines in 1986 – a Long Island high school cheerleader paying to have her abusive father killed.
'We Are Being Squeezed': Long Island Seniors Hit Hard By Recent Electric Rate Hikes"We cannot at this moment pay for our food, medication and stay warm. Something has to be done," Carol Leonard, of Leisure Village, said.
Police Say Trooper Not Chasing Stolen Car At Time Of Deadly LI CrashPolice say the car, believed to be stolen, was traveling on the Northern State Parkway when it was spotted by a state trooper in a marked car who had read the license plate and called for back up.
Long Island Students Want Answers After Their ACT Exams Go MissingScores have been pouring in for most students since early November, but 53 have been told all efforts to find their exams have been unsuccessful.
Long Island Temple Offers New Approach To Holiday GivingThe shopping frenzy -- and gifts -- are all part of the holiday season. But as the Chanukah giving continues for another four nights, Temple Sinai of Roslyn is putting a different spin on the gift giving tradition.
Huntington Officials Eye Air BnB Regulations Amid Complaints From ResidentsAir BnB and other short term rental services have come under fire in the suburbs where the revolving door of strangers has towns and villages upset.
Long Island Family Enjoys First Holiday Meal At Home Since SandyIt was more than a matter of hurricane recovery -- John and wife Eileen have been hit with a storm of challenges since water and wind sunk their foundation and pulled their walls apart.
Families Celebrate First Night Of Chanukah As Festival Of Lights Starts At Sundown SaturdayThe Fried family on Long Island made their own menorahs along with oil-based foods like jelly doughnuts and potato latkes.

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