Residents around Farmingdale High School on Long Island have had it with teenage loitering, littering, and noise, WCBS 880 Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
Timothy Callahan, 26, of Farmingdale fought in the Persian Gulf and helped earthquake victims in Haiti. But the veteran’s biggest fight came at home when a rare flesh-eating bacteria attacked his arm.
Police say a 33-year-old, who was driving without a licence, crashed through a chain-link fence and onto the tracks in Wyandanch. The wreck caused damage to about 300 feet of the third rail which supplies power to the trains.
One firefighter remained in critical condition and four others were listed in serious condition Monday night. A total of eight firefighters were hurt battling the fire, officials said.
Instead of going to the beach today, students on Long Island spent Sunday volunteering. Farmingdale State College students spent the day cleaning up the Long Island campus to make it look perfect for an open house later this week.
“I was liberated on May 5th, 1945, but it’s not easy. It’s not easy to talk about it,” said Thea Rumstein, who was in a death camp in Austria and was 15-years-old.
Our nation’s veterans – they put their lives on the line and now, upon returning home, many are unable to find a job. It’s a sad reality.
Gregory Brandel, 35, was driving westbound on Fulton Street around 11:30 p.m. when he collided with a car driven by 58-year-old Patricia Fuzia, police said.
Carlos Sanchez, 28, of Massapequa, is expected to be arraigned today at First District Court in Hempstead on two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Crews have already started building the stage for Tuesday’s celebration, which includes a ceremony at City Hall where Bloomberg will present the team with a key to the city.
It was dinner and a show at Stage Door East Deli and Pizzeria in Farmingdale Saturday night when pizza maker Carmelo Raccuglia broke into song after he found out it was a customer’s birthday.
The NFC Championship trophy has landed. The Giants, fresh off their 20-17 conference title win over the 49ers, are back in the Tri-State area.
First Precinct Officers James Knoblach and Eric Dennis responded to 51 East St. and found the building tagged with “SOP” and “Shake” on its side.
To see her son’s grave vandalized, flowers strewn about and the vase stolen, Kathy Peranzo says she was in shock to see it happen again and again.
The cheating scandal that rocked Long Island is now impacting students across the country. On Tuesday, during a state Senate hearing on Long Island, it was announced that SAT security will be beefed up.