They’re called cycling kits, the uniforms that cyclists wear in every color of the rainbow, but the color ‘nude’ has sparked something of an international incident.
A Long Island mother of two was mowed down by a driver this week, moments after she dropped off her son at a music lesson.
The Long Island Sound that is causing some serious erosion concerns on the North Shore of Long Island.
Class size is reaching the crisis level in the Hempstead Union Free School District, where teachers said they have been packed like sardines with more than 50 students in a classroom.
The bill, which is sponsored by Legis. Kara Hahn (D-Setauket), is intended “to protect lifeguards from the harmful effects of ultraviolet light while on duty.”
The first day of school Wednesday for a kindergarten student on Long Island meant health worries for the 5-year-old girl’s mother.
A pregnant woman gunned down outside her Long Island home Saturday night may have been targeted by an enemy of her husband, friends say.
A Calverton no-kill dog rescue operation that is under investigation by the state attorney’s office is fighting to stay open in an attempt to prevent dozens of dogs from being euthanized.
Residents of Westhampton Beach, Long Island were outraged Friday night over the size of a retirement package for the police chief.
Foreclosed homes right in the suburbia of Long Island have been left with giant holes in the ceiling and graffiti-filled walls – and they are costing taxpayers thousands of dollars.
A court has ordered the Calverton dog rescue called Precious Pups to close its doors after complaints that neglected dogs were being rescued, then simply resold.
The pilot speed-camera program is generating a lot of complaints from motorists, who say they had no idea school speed zones are in effect in the summer.
Officials so far estimate at least 400 homes suffered flood damage.
You know summer is in full swing when you see those gorgeous blue hydrangea flowers — arguably the most popular shrubs in our area. But this year, the most common of the beloved hydrangea is missing from our landscape.
Suffolk County and the towns of Islip and Brookhaven have declared states of emergency after what County Executive Steve Bellone called an “unprecedented” deluge.