People all across the Tri-State marked the unofficial start of summer by hitting the roads this Memorial Day weekend — and severe storms Friday evening made for a miserable commute.
Tankleff’s legal odyssey will take another dramatic turn this weekend when at age 42 he’ll become Martin Tankleff ESQ., earning a law degree from Touro Law Center.
Memorial Day weekend is in sight and while the weather isn’t guaranteed, holiday weekend sales are expected to deliver.
Suffolk Group-Home Worker Pleads Guilty In ‘Fight Club’ For Disabled Case; 3 Others Plead Not Guilty
Three employees from a Suffolk County group home pleaded not guilty Tuesday to running a fight club that encouraged disabled men to beat each other up.
the study by Massachusetts General Hospital found children who got the least shut-eye had the highest rates of obesity and body fat.
An investigation has widened into suspected toxic dumping on Long Island, after another public park tested positive for hazardous materials.
Weeds are popping up everywhere now that the weather has warmed up, and now, there is a different kind of eco-friendly solution.
A coveted parking spot may have been behind a heated argument that led to an elderly Long Island woman getting hit by a car.
Piles of debris rising more than 20 feet have been discovered on an illegal dump site in Central Islip, the second such recent discovery in the town of Islip, Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said.
College seniors will soon be donning caps and gowns, but more than half will also be shouldering staggering debt.
Warren Sanderson, an economics professor at Stony Brook University, authored a study that found handshakes are an indicator of person’s “true age.”
Police are standing guard at the gate of the now-closed Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, after Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said about 1,100 truckloads of contaminated debris were dumped there.
The incident occurred around 5 a.m. Tuesday on Hillwood Drive in Huntington Station.
On Long Island – where early crops are normally going strong this time of year – there are delays that will soon impact prices.
The New York City Office of Emergency Management said residents impacted by Wednesday’s flooding should contact 311 to report damage to their homes or businesses. New Yorkers can also report any damage at nyc.gov/311.