Sen. Charles Schumer is urging the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to reverse its denial of thousands of dollars in assistance for Liberty Village in Amityville to cover the cost of rent and support services.
A Uniondale man has been sentenced to has been sentenced in a boxcutter attack on an Amityville man following a dispute with a woman in Freeport in 2012.
The Long Island Rail Road plans to spend $14 million to replace six escalators that were upgraded less than two years ago.
Nineteen Suffolk County residents have been indicted in a cocaine sweep that led investigators from California to New York.
Amityville trustees said capping police salaries at $150,000 would save the village approximately $800,000 over four years.
A Long Island man is dead after he lost control of his car and crashed into a Long Island Rail Road platform.
It’s been an attraction for nearly 40 years, when the bloody murder mystery sparked the famed horror in Amityville.
Seventh-grader Kiavelyn Altagracia was trying out for the soccer team at Edmund W. Miles Middle School in Amityville when she suddenly collapsed on the field Monday.
A colony of tropical parakeets has been living on Long Island for decades, providing a thrill for Suffolk County residents.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers has earmarked $500 million to lift 4,500 homes five to 10 feet to weather future storms.
The report from the Empire Center for Public Policy shows the highest average municipal salaries led by the villages of Sands Point, averaging $91,000 for general employees, and Amityville at nearly $176,000 for police.
Ryan Hannigan, 36, made a left turn into oncoming traffic at the intersection of Oak Street and Broadway in Amityville at 2 p.m. and slammed into a Nissan Maxima, according to a police report.
Police called the SPCA to report that a female rose-haired tarantula had been found in the front of a house on Grand Central Avenue.
Suffolk County was set to hold a gun buyback Saturday afternoon, and officials urged those in possession of illegal firearms to bring them in.
According to Suffolk County Police, the female student who has not been identified left a note threatening to blow up the school.