Cathy Horvath and her husband have been told they have until Tuesday to clear out the animals because it violates Oyster Bay town code to house them in a residential neighborhood.
Brittany Ozarowski’s bruised arms were covered by the green jail jumpsuit she wore in court Thursday. She stood motionless and handcuffed as she pleaded not guilty to the charges against her.
Pamela Geller will be taking center stage at a Long Island synagogue this weekend speaking about Islam, and there’s been a firestorm of opposition.
There’s a new proposal to put more of the money you spend on child care back in your wallet.
For nine years Tom McCloskey has been a chemotherapy patient at North Shore Hematology Oncology. But now, he’ll have to be treated at a hospital instead.
Richard Giannetta knew something was wrong when he heard his dog Louie barking ferociously last Friday afternoon.
Turning bad into good is the mission of a Long Island couple who suffered tragedy just days before Superstorm Sandy.
A Long Island middle school principal accused of having sex with a teenager he met online submitted false fingerprints to the state a decade ago, according to the New York State education department.
Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota announced the seizure of more than 300 guns and ammunition from a home in Centereach.
Westhampton is reeling after the alleged spying incident was first discovered last month by school officials who said they found Sheppard’s cell phone recording video in the locker room.
An assistant principal at a Suffolk County high school accused of sending racy text messages to students and faculty faced a judge on Long Island.
Even though the average price of the beans are at a 33-month low, some said they haven’t seen the price they pay drop.
The Sands of Atlantic Beach was wiped out during Sandy, cabanas were smashed into heaps of debris, flood waters rose to the roof, the lobby was filled with muck, and now a seven-day a week operation to rebuild it is in the home stretch.
Spring will be here before you know it, and many can’t wait to get at their gardens. But one plant that’s considered to be a staple of suburban gardens is off-limits this year.
After several hours of flurries, the region was seeing heavy snowfall in some areas Thursday night. In Westchester County, plows were hitting the streets. Along the Jersey Shore, streets were inundated with rising waters.
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