Warmer weather has finally come to the Tri-State Area for several days in a row, and for homeowners, it is time to break out the gardening gloves.
As thousands of public school students prepare to take standardized tests Tuesday, many parents have decided to have their children “opt out” of the exams.
Mahopac Superintendent of Schools Brian Monahan said he’s walking a fine line between following the state’s rules and respecting the concerns of parents.
Parts of the Fire Island National Seashore are now closed to the public for two weeks while the race is on to stop one of the most destructive forest pests.
A David and Goliath fight of sorts continues to heat up on Long Island – with a small country community pitted against big-city money.
People from all over Suffolk County who have vacationed or lived on Shelter Island are intent on saving the island staple, the 15 minute firework show that has become a summer highlight.
Nassau County DA Calls For Stiffer Penalties For Drivers With Suspended Licenses In Deadly, Serious Accidents
Nassau County Acting District Attorney Madeline Singas wants tougher penalties in the wake of the death of a young boy killed by an alleged suspended driver.
A Long Beach police officer says he was just doing his job when he stopped an erratic driver on Sunday night by putting himself in the path of the runaway car.
The American Bird Conservancy is demanding that state officials remove feral cat colonies at Jones Beach.
Melvin Pineda, 17, Teisean Kemp, 16, and Kquamel Jones, 16, were arrested at Uniondale High School on Tuesday and are each charged with several counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
The City of Long Beach, ravaged by Superstorm Sandy in the fall of 2012, is about to get a new look.
How did a convicted murderer with ties to a terrorist group get aboard an airplane through a reduced security screening?
A grand jury has indicted a Huntington Station man accused of shooting a Suffolk County police officer last week.
The first of hundreds of state-owned storm-damaged homes are ready for auction on Long Island.
Living with the loss of an arm or a leg is hard enough, and now amputees have begun a fight for insurance coverage in New York state.