Roy Weinman is a fixture in his Bellmore community and has never missed a day on the job. But after 100 years, competition is driving him out and change is coming.
Someone cut the head off a statue of the Virgin Mary and left it lying on the ground at a Knights of Columbus chapter on Long Island, police said Thursday.
Police said the truck was carrying 12,000 gallons of fuel when it slammed into the back of a car that was stopped at a red light.
A tractor-trailer flipped over and burst into flames on Long Island late Tuesday, in an accident that may have caused property damage.
Fuel Prices are falling and home owners may be in a position to cash in on the lowest oil heating prices all year.
A school on Long Island was vandalized with racial graffiti this past weekend, and police have launched a search for the culprit.
According to police, Niheim Levy got into an argument with a 49-year-old Freeport man around 4:50 a.m. on Saturday at the Bellmore station. The victim wound up on the tracks and came in contact with the third rail.
There have been at least four incidents in which middle school students were followed or approached by strangers in Merrick and Bellmore, officials said.
According to police, Matthew Knee and a passenger were stuck inside the vehicle when Nassau County officers arrived at the scene on Saturday evening.
An NYPD officer stood charged with assault Monday, after allegedly punching his 3-year-old son in the face at their Nassau County home.
A man was facing serious charges Saturday, after he allegedly made a threatening remark about the high school from which he graduated more than a decade ago.
Residents of one Long Island town can kiss the days of circling for a parking spot at the train station goodbye.
Mark Bonilla said he will not step down despite facing a barrage of sexual harassment allegations plus misdemeanor criminal charges. Bonilla, rather, vowed he will fight to clear his name.
Alfonso Marino, 63, is accused of downloading child pornography off of the Internet and collecting the pornographic images over a 10-year period, according to prosecutors.
In March, Zachary Parker, 20, admitted to stealing equipment from his old high school. His case became big news because three high ranking Nassau County police authorities were accused of trying to cover up the crime.