Tennis Courts Are Too Short At Brand New $3.5M Park On Long IslandOne tennis player was hurt on the courts in Huntington -- not for a lack of skill, but a lack of space.
Massapequa Students Protest School Board’s Decision To Keep Sixth Graders In Elementary SchoolHundreds of students on Long Island are spending their summer in limbo. After first preparing to move up to middle school, they have now been told they’ll return to elementary school.
LI Teen Celebrates 15th Birthday Thanking Doctors That Saved His Life From Skin DisorderThe suspected cause of this very rare disorder was the very common drug tetracycline, which is used to treat acne.
MTA Officials Give Update For LIRR Riders Ahead Of Penn Station Repair WorkThe MTA says 200 extra buses have had dry runs and the ferries are ready to go and Chairman Joe Lhota said rush hour trains will have extra cars to accommodate limited schedules next week.
Suffolk County’s ‘Veterans’ Traffic Court’ Is The First Of Its KindThe nation's first ever traffic court, just for veterans has opened in Suffolk County which has one of the largest veteran populations in the country.
Woman Snaps Photos Of Man Who Allegedly Vandalized Queens ChurchSabrina Buckwalter was walking on Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside, Queens last Friday night when she witnessed a disturbing – and apparently random – act.
Former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor, 6 Others Charged In Corruption ProbeCorruption charges were filed Thursday against more than half a dozen officials and contractors in the Town of Oyster Bay on Long Island.
Ambulette Driver Accused Of Transporting Patient While High & Drunk Faces Criminal ChargesPedro Aponte was taking a 77-year-old dialysis patient from Queens to a treatment center in Nassau County when the ambulette crashed into two utility poles in Roosevelt, police said.
Hackers Place ISIS Propaganda On Town Of Brookhaven WebsiteOne of the largest townships in New York state is the target of a disturbing hack.
Hate Filled Post Directed At Teen Could Cost Babylon Town Worker His JobA hate filled post on social media may cause a Long Island worker his job. The post was directed at a 17-year-old honor student who wears a hijab -- a head covering.
Rep. Peter King Holds Hearing On Gang Violence In Central IslipThe hearing is being held at the federal courthouse in Central Islip and will focus on shutting down the MS-13 pipe line.
Hempstead Officials Mull Ban On AirBnB, Other Short Term RentalsRoom and house rental through websites like Air BnB are prompting new restrictions on Long Island.

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