Sandy-Damaged Babylon Home Tilts Off Raised Foundation; Owner FuriousA house on Long Island came crashing down, and the homeowner said government bureaucracy is to blame.
Unidentified Loud Noise Rocks Long Island TownsPolice on Long Island received multiple calls Tuesday evening about a loud noise of unclear origins.
Gillibrand Bill Would Create New FEMA OversightGillibrand's proposal would streamline the insurance review process and improve communication.
Heavy Rain Makes Mess Of Long Island, New Jersey RoadwaysHeavy rain made its way across the Tri-State Area Thursday, causing a wash-out of roadways and making for a soggy day from northern New Jersey to eastern Long Island.
Babylon Residents Fight Proposal To Regulate Yard SalesThe proposed ordinance would require homeowners to pay $5 for a permit. They would be limited to holding two sales per year, and each must be no longer than two days long.
LIRR Fixes Broken Rails That Caused System-Wide DelaysThe system was getting back to its regular service for the afternoon rush, spokesman Sal Arena said Friday afternoon.
Babylon Village Residents Pack Meeting On Church's Plan To Feed The NeedyThere's an effort underway in one Long Island community to derail a planned church program to feed the needy.
Babylon Homeowners Divided Over Plan To Feed Needy ResidentsA controversy is cooking in a Suffolk County village as residents fight a church's plan to feed the needy.
5 Arrested In Alleged Accident Staging, Insurance Fraud Ring On Long IslandFive people have been arrested and charged in an alleged staged car accident ring on Long Island, the New York State Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday.
Flooding, Whipping Winds Plague Drivers, Residents On Long IslandThe snow, slick roads and spinouts of north suburban counties were not seen on Long Island, but drivers and residents there ran into their own problems with drenching rain and flooding.
Family Poverty On The Rise In BabylonThe poverty rate in the town, which also features multimillion-dollar homes along the waterfront, jumped from 2 percent in 2010 to 8 percent in 2013.
Long Island Towns Beefing Up Snow-Removal BudgetsHempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray said last year the town budgeted $2 million for snow removal, but spent more than $2.4 million. This winter, they're setting aside $2.8 million.