Amityville Eliminates 9/11 As Village HolidayIn order to keep Veterans Day as a holiday, the village employees unanimously decided to once again work on 9/11 and have Black Friday off.
New Law Would Make Public Urination Illegal In AmityvilleBall players behaving badly have prompted a proposed new law in one Long Island village.
Amityville Man Accused Of Exposing Himself To Girl, 12An Amityville man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly exposing himself to a 12-year-old girl earlier this month.
Suffolk Police: Vandals Tag Another Church In Amityville With Satanic GraffitiSuffolk County police say someone spray painted the demonic symbols at Prayer Tabernacle Church of God in Christ on Great Neck Road in North Amityville some time Saturday.
CBS2 Exclusive: Gang Members Serving Hard Time Look To Repair Fractured LivesOne anti-gang program in the jails is being expanded to convert gang members in hopes they can influence others once they get out.
Disabled Vet Calls On LIRR To Improve Accommodations For Riders In WheelchairsA disabled veteran is taking on the largest commuter rail system in the nation, demanding more accommodations for riders in wheelchairs and scooters.
Amityville Considers Ban Of Auto Test Driving On Residential StreetsAmityville residents say vehicles from nearby auto dealerships that are taken out on test drives create potential safety hazards on normally quiet residential streets.
1 Dead In North Amityville House Fire, Officials SayThe blaze broke out Wednesday morning at a home on Jefferson Avenue.
Missing House Numbers Raise Concerns In AmityvilleAfter Superstorm Sandy, Village of Amityville Deputy Mayor Jessica Bernias said she realized many homes that were damaged had the house numbers removed and never replaced.
Long Island Residents Sign Petition Against Affordable Housing Proposal For WaterfrontA plan to build affordable housing on a Long Island waterfront has angered some residents.
Amityville Woman Says Cars Driving In Parking Lane Putting Pedestrians At RiskLee has been writing letters and calling Suffolk County authorities in an effort to get orange barrels or large signs telling motorists not to drive in the parking lane.
Toxic Chemicals At Soap Factory Prompts Evacuations In AmityvilleToxic chemicals at a soap factory promoted a major hazardous materials situation in Amityville, Long Island Tuesday.