Cold Spring Harbor

A pothole on Long Island (file/credit: Mike Xiriniachs/WCBS 880)

Potholes Plague Cold Spring Harbor Roadway

In Cold Spring Harbor, one roadway is riddled with potholes.


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Cold Spring Harbor LIRR Commuters: Too Many Cars, Not Enough Spaces

Many cars and not enough parking spaces—it’s a problem all too familiar to railroad commuters. Now, some are paying a hefty price for trying to solve it on their own.


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Long Island Merchants Eager For Final Christmas Shopping Weekend

Superstorm Sandy was a big setback, but the mood is improving, according to shopkeepers.


James Sommer was arraigned in Central Islip on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012. (credit: CBS 2)

L.I. Bus Driver Pleads Not Guilty To DWAI After Crashing School Bus Into Tree Limb

The Massapequa man was arrested Monday after he crashed a school bus carrying 29 Plainedge Middle School students during a field trip in Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County police said.


Bus driver James Sommer was arrested Monday (credit: Suffolk County Police)

L.I. Bus Driver Charged With DWI After Backing Into Tree Limb

James Sommer was to held overnight at the 2nd Precinct for his arraignment Tuesday at First District Court in Central Islip.


Nearly $6 Million Mansion In Cold Spring Harbor (Credit: CBS 2)

Living Large: Nearly $6 Million Mansion In Cold Spring Harbor

It’s a nearly $6 million mansion along Long Island’s gorgeous North Shore. The magnificent house is in Cold Spring Harbor, a boating community tucked away in Suffolk County. CBS 2’s Emily Smith went inside for the exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour.


Breathalyzer (file / via Wikipedia)

Long Island School Districts Get Tough, To Use Breathalyzers At Prom

For many, prom night means party night, and that often includes a lot of drinking. More schools are taking no chances when it comes to getting kids to celebrate sober. Some are going so far as to use Breathalyzer tests.


A Girl Scout birthday celebration
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N.J. Girl Scouts Mark Organization’s 100th Anniversary; L.I. Girls Celebrating Too

The historic American organization, which began as an 18-girl group in Savannah, Georgia, will celebrate its 100th anniversary Monday. Across the United States, over 3.2 million current girl scouts will commemorate the milestone.


River Otter (file / credit: Wikipedia)

River Otters Making Comeback On Long Island

Otters have rarely been seen in the region for much of the last century due to hunting and pollution. But in recent years, naturalists have spotted the mammals with increasing frequency.


Brooke Ellison (Photo/Sophia Hall)

Quadriplegic Woman Fighting For Stem Cell Research

Despite the controversial nature of the issue, Brooke Ellison said support for stem cell research could be the hope she has been looking for.


Police check damaged car on Maple Place in Huntington (Photo/Mona Rivera)

2 Teens Accused In Long Island Vandalism Spree

Suffolk County police believe they have the culprits suspected of vandalizing over 100 vehicles in Huntington, Lloyd Harbor and Cold Spring Harbor over the past month.