Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was in Bethpage on Tuesday, along with Rep. Peter King and Rep. Steve Israel to discuss the temporary housing options for those who lost their homes in the storm.
U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington) on Wednesday warned consumers of the serious and ongoing threat of ATM scams.
Many residents are being asked to foot the bill for the government’s dumping of toxic waste into the Long Island soil. And to make matters worse, the contamination is on the move.
The toxic plot is the result of years of dumping by the Grumman Corp. and the U.S. Navy and is believed to threaten the water supply to about 250,000 residents in Bethpage.
TV 10-55’s Ann Mercogliano visited the site of the first round of the PGA Tour’s Fedex Playoffs, scoping out everything from the best golf equipment to the fashion scene.
Annie Park, 17, of Levittown, defeated two-time defending champion Matt Lowe by six shots today in Bethpage, and hopes her win will inspire others to take up the sport.
The 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the most dangerous for teenage drivers in America, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
Four associates of a New York businessman convicted in a $400 million Ponzi scheme were arrested early Wednesday on charges that they pocketed nearly $38 million in commissions for their efforts in advancing the fraud, federal prosecutors said.
After the massacre at a pharmacy in Medford, robberies, and concerns of prescription drug abuse, hundreds gathered in Bethpage on Tuesday to discuss pharmacy security.
“Went up to my bedroom first, got some jewelry out of the bedroom,” said resident Sal Filliponi.
A New York pediatrician already charged in state court with sexually abusing young female patients is now facing federal charges.
There are over 1,000 workers at the processing and distribution center in Flushing, Queens and many don’t know what this means for them.
After one man died from West Nile Virus and a number of mosquitos tested positive for the virus, the Nassau County health department has decided to spray the pesticide Scourge.
There are over 300 roads in Nassau County on Long Island and many of them are just not safe for pedestrians.
Shuttle buses will be replacing trains between Freeport and Babylon as the LIRR completes work on a $23 million signal and switching upgrade.