Respite Park For Dementia Patients Set To Open In BabylonMillions of American families are struggling with caring for relatives with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related diseases.
Shane McMahon, Pilot Rescued After Helicopter Crash Lands In Waters Off Gilgo BeachThe Robinson R44II-type helicopter went down around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Hate Filled Post Directed At Teen Could Cost Babylon Town Worker His JobA hate filled post on social media may cause a Long Island worker his job. The post was directed at a 17-year-old honor student who wears a hijab -- a head covering.
Parts Of Long Island Dealing With Flood Waters From Nor'easterFlooding continues to be a problem on Long Island a day after a nor'easter slammed the Tri-State area with high winds and heavy rain.
Village Of Babylon Enacts Moratorium On New Downtown Bars, RestaurantsThere will be no new bars or restaurants anytime soon in one of the most popular downtown scenes on Long Island.
Vandals Caught On Camera Destroying Holiday Display Outside Babylon Pet ShopIn a fit of vandalism caught on video, four young men can be seen destroying a holiday scene of wreaths, lights, and even the American flag.
Asian Long-Horned Beetles Infest Trees In BabylonA tree-eating beetle infestation has taken over in parts of Long Island.
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.