Christmas wishes came true on Thursday, for seven lucky winners of a unique lottery.
Sgt. John Giambrone said the men targeted business owners, believing they had large amounts of cash on them.
Nassau County police said 16-year-old Jasmine Copeland, of Freeport, got into an argument with three girls aged 16, 17, and 9 on Saturday night.
The Long Island Rail Road plans to spend $14 million to replace six escalators that were upgraded less than two years ago.
Anthony Reddick was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty in August to nearly two dozen counts of felony and misdemeanor animal fighting charges.
A Long Island man has pleaded guilty to nearly two dozen counts of felony and misdemeanor animal fighting charges in connection with a fire that killed 13 pit bulls earlier this year.
Raymond Balboa, 53, is charged with vehicular manslaughter, operating a vessel while intoxicated and operating an unregistered vessel
An Afghanistan war veteran recently got a very rude awakening. His new Long Island dream home was robbed not once, but twice, shortly after he bought it.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday on Long Island that the state will pick up the tab to elevate homes for anyone who is in the 100-year flood zone and who wants to raise their house.
Neighbors claim ostentatious monstrosities are changing the landscape of their modest and historic community.
A house being built on the water in Freeport is being called “the monstrosity” by some neighbors.
Lt. Christopher Barrella, who is white, had accused the village of awarding the police chief’s job to a Hispanic officer with few qualifications and a lower test score.
The incident happened while the Freeport homeowners were asleep. When they woke up the next morning, they said they didn’t know what hit them.
Police on Long Island were searching Wednesday night for a man who allegedly forced a woman to go back to her own house and give him money at gunpoint, and went on to fire shots at her.
The mail was apparently taken from two green locked boxes used by carriers to pick up mail to distribute on their routes. It happened in Freeport on April 7.