Mount Sinai residents say they would love the tax revenue and jobs the outdoor mall would bring, but not the traffic.
The Long Island Power Authority said they will now be calling customers to inform them when their power will return.
Tropical Storm Irene walloped Long Island over the weekend with the winds causing major problems after knocking down trees and power lines.
Dozens of communities in the Tri-State were planning big fireworks shows after sundown Monday, with crews preparing for the big night. CBS 2 went behind the scenes to catch up with some folks who truly love their dangerous work.
Police said Laurence Reilly of Farmingville was arrested Sunday on petty larceny charges. They said he would enter the businesses — including a Quiznos and a Chinese restaurant — and order food before stealing tip jars.
Parents in Bellport organized a petition drive pushing to get the dump permanently closed and cleaned up.
The surviving rabbits, mice, pigeons, chinchilas, dogs, cats, goats, along with a pig and a cow, were being cared for at several different facilities. Many were malnourished and suffering from other health problems.
Officials said pigeons, chinchillas, a deer, a pig and a cow were also among the 100 animals found both dead and alive on a property in Shirley, N.Y., on Tuesday.
Due to discrimination against the breed, Brookhaven has seen an overabundance of pit bulls in their shelter and have been struggling for the past few months trying to put them in loving homes.
As one Long Island town official said, “it was a David and Goliath fight …and David won.” The cell tower that appeared on a couple’s property without permission will be taken down by the company.
Shock could not even describe Lori DiMarco’s reaction when she came home a few weeks ago to find a 40-foot-tall cell tower on her front lawn in Mount Sinai.
Federal and state emergency officials already estimate shoreline destruction from the Christmas weekend blizzard at more than $10 million.
Brookhaven town officials say they need more time to review controversial plans to expand to expand two Islamic mosques.
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (AP) — The West Nile virus has claimed its first victim this year in Suffolk County. The Suffolk County Department of Health Services says Thursday that a Brookhaven resident, who had an underlying […]