A Suffolk County police officer had slim chances of survival when he was mowed down by a fleeing car thief last year, but now, the grateful cop has spoken out for the first time.
Homes built on pilings fit in well in beach communities and can stand up to storms, but some Long Island towns and villages are banning such open foundations.
NJ Lawmaker Proposes Ban On Game Trophies Coming Through NY, NJ Airports In Wake Of Cecil The Lion’s Death
A New Jersey lawmaker is proposing legislation that would ban game trophies of threatened or endangered species from coming through airports controlled by the Port Authority.
The Town of North Hempstead is now reviewing production fees to bring in more money, but wants to keep the Gold Coast an attractive location.
The Empire Center for Public Policy said the average LIRR worker pulled in $106,000 and 130 employees earned more than $200,000, while riders struggle with rising fares.
Tyler Gianchetta said he knew something was wrong when his 50-year-old mother stopped responding to him while driving in West Hills.
The struggling Long Island bay waters have been receiving some special help, courtesy of thousands of young shellfish.
Should one of the area’s largest public parks be rented out to a private company for a dollar?
Lawmakers in Nassau County were calling Wednesday night for tighter regulations over political messages that end up in your mailbox.
Two sisters caught in riptide currents and their terrified mother were rescued at a Long Island beach over the weekend.
This Fourth of July weekend holds special meeting for a Long Island veteran, who was observing the tenth anniversary of injuries that nearly killed him in Iraq.
A new law goes into effect Wednesday that will help some kids – and their parents – breathe easier.
“We couldn’t get it to stop,” driver Arthur Goldberg said. “I think we crashed some cars over there and wound up in here.”
Six Long Islands schools face receivership — including Central Islip, Roosevelt and Wyandach high schools.
Reps. Rice and Meeks are sponsoring legislation to allow FEMA to forgive debts owed by storm victims