In just a few short days, Sandy-ravaged Island Park residents raised thousands of dollars in supplies for Oklahoma tornado victims.
A 35-year-old man driving a Mercedes was stopped at a traffic light when five armed men, four with handguns and one with a shotgun, pulled him out of the car, police said.
Town officials were on hand to accept $1.3 million in grant money from the National Grid, which will be used to help 45 businesses still struggling to open in time for summer.
A Long Island man’s long search ended Tuesday night, as he finally found the mystery man who saved his life.
A Long Island man wants to thank the hero who saved him from the freezing water after he jumped in to save his dog.
Only now, when landscaping is supposed to be turning green, are Long Island’s shoreline homeowners realizing additional devastation caused by superstorm Sandy.
Nearly six months after superstorm Sandy devastated much of Long Island, merchants along the famed Nautical Mile are fighting back.
A jury found Lloyd Williams guilty, handing down a rare depraved indifference murder conviction for a fatal DWI crash in Nassau County in June 2011.
A man who recently pleaded guilty to faking his own death was in trouble again this week – this time for impersonating a police officer and trying to kidnap women in Nassau County.
The attorney representing the Freeport middle school principal accused of having sex with a minor said there is no evidence his client submitted phony fingerprints to hide his criminal past.
A Long Island middle school principal accused of having sex with a teenager he met online submitted false fingerprints to the state a decade ago, according to the New York State education department.
John Omard, the principal of J.W. Dodd Middle School in Freeport, arranged to meet the 16-year-old boy last September after the pair met online, police said.
A record 2,700 dogs will compete for the title of Best in Show at the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show today and tomorrow, and some have overcome great challenges to get there.
Communities already hit hard by superstorm Sandy are bracing for the next hit – lost tax revenue as a result of the damage.
The Robin Hood Foundation said they are distributing the money quickly but carefully. In the five weeks since the concert, the non-profit has already given $20 million to relief organizations.