More than a dozen family and friends of 36-year-old Monica Lino filled the courtroom Tuesday for the arraignment of 34-year-old Charles Pray.
A search was under way on Long Island and beyond Monday evening, for a killer responsible for the violent apparent slashing of a 36-year-old Suffolk County mother.
Police on Wednesday arrested a man who allegedly robbed two banks, and tried to rob four more, within a period of seven months in Suffolk County.
Some business and community leaders on Long Island are reaching out to day laborers as the frigid temperatures linger across the region.
Detectives in Suffolk County were investigating a fatal motor vehicle crash in Farmingville on Saturday.
David Papik, 33, has been charged with second-degree scheme to defraud after police said he went door-to-door Wednesday and collected donations in Farmingville.
Police in Suffolk County were investigating a hit-and-run crash that left a 14-year-old boy seriously injured in Farmingville early Saturday.
A man was shot and killed early Saturday in the Suffolk County community of Farmingville.
A family’s frantic search for a missing Farmingville girl is over.
The beloved varsity football coach at Sachem East High School said he feels “blessed” despite the fact that a fire destroyed his Farmingville home.
An all-day celebration is planned for May 19 at the Brookhaven Amphitheater in Farmingville to honor the hundreds of volunteer firefighters who helped douse the brush fire that scorched 1,124 acres of Suffolk County.
At least 20 people have been indicted in connection with an operation that sources say sold and distributed a potent brand of heroin that has been linked to several overdose deaths in the region.
Police arrested Francisco Sanchez, Marvin Escobar, Robert Alcantara and Jose Castro Friday morning after cops say they stole jewelry from a home in East Patchogue.
Three men are facing criminal charges after a home invasion in Farmingville did not go as planned, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota.
In the wake of the Medford pharmacy massacre and a robbery less than four miles away a week later, pharmacists say they’re taking precautions to protect their stores, their staff and their customers.