Suffolk County Offering Free, Take-Home Drug & Alcohol Test Kits Ahead Of Prom SeasonAs students celebrate, many parents worry about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. That's why there's a new tool in Suffolk County to give parents some peace of mind.
'We Just Want Our Community Back:' Long Islanders Upset Over 'Clustering' Of Ex-Cons In Residential NeighborhoodsVulnerable residents walk directly past the properties renting to high-risk parolees, who receive government rent subsidies and in some cases live ten to a home.
Long Islanders React To Results Of School Budget VotesThe votes are in on Long Island, where school taxes account for more than 60 percent of homeowners' assessment.
Long Island Residents Take To The Polls On Crucial Budget VoteOn Long Island, residents were voting on proposed budgets in the billions of dollars, along with hundreds of contested board races.
Conviction Overturned In Nassau County Officer’s Death In Chain-Reaction Crash On LIEJames Ryan, 31, of Oakdale, was sentenced to more than five years for manslaughter in the death of Nassau County Police Officers Joseph Olivieri.
‘Not Needed, Not Wanted:’ Huntington Residents Push Back Against Developer’s Plan For Commercial CenterA large area of open space on Long Island could soon be cleared to make room for what residents are calling a mega-mall. But many say that’s the last thing they need and they’re asking elected officials to keep a decade-old promise.
Five Towns Residents Turn Out In Force At Community MeetingResidents learned new details about a proposal that could turn a cherished golf course into a developer’s dream with hundreds of homes.
Glen Cove’s Proposed Code Of Conduct Sparks Debate Over Facebook & Free SpeechLawmakers on Long Island are getting ready to vote on a controversial proposal, which involves whether the local government can dictate what its workers share on social media.
'It Has A Nice Vibe:' Greenport Is Hipster Haven On Long IslandThe village has attracted a subculture of 20 to 30 somethings who position themselves as non-mainstream pioneers.
Congregation Of Nuns On Long Island On Sacred Mission To Save The PlanetThe sisters are using nearly every corner of their 211-acre Brentwood campus as a model of sustainability – from honey-making bee hives to farm-fresh eggs.
Ready, Set, Garden! Experts Say Now Is Prime Time To PlantCBS2’s Cindy Hsu visits Hicks, the oldest and largest nursery on Long Island, for expert advice on how to get the most out of your garden.
Police Search For Suspect After Man Stabbed To Death In HempsteadOfficers were called to Warner Avenue around 4:20 a.m. Tuesday, where a man had been stabbed.