Long Island Man Faces Manslaughter, Other Charges In Deadly CrashA woman was killed and two men were injured in a two-car crash on Long Island.
Parrot Colony Builds Nests In Freeport, Long IslandDoves and cardinals, hummingbirds and nuthatches, ospreys and screech owls can be found out in the wild on Long Island – but parrots?
As Matthew Looms, Long Island Officials Look To Boost Flood ProtectionLong Island officials said they will expand a pilot project that has reduced street flooding in the village of Freeport.
Nassau County Executive Helps Launch $4 Million Revitalization Project In FreeportNorth Main Street will get new sidewalks, lightpoles and benches. "We'll be installing approximately 39 new benches, 29 decorative trash receptacles, 70 new trees," Mayor Robert Kennedy added.
Chaos On ‘Nautical Mile’ Following 50 Cent Show Could Be Costly For Freeport RestaurantThere was chaos outside of a restaurant in Freeport over the weekend, following a pop-up concert by rapper 50 Cent.
Freeport Celebrates 'Doggie Dining' Law With Pet-Friendly LunchFreeport Village Mayor Robert Kennedy will join dozens of dogs -- and their human companions -- for lunch.
Police: Teens Missing From North Lawrence, Freeport In Unrelated CasesPolice on Long Island were searching Sunday for two teens who vanished in unrelated cases.
Driver Rescued After Car Crashes Into Deli In FreeportThe car smashed into the front of the MAM Deli on Babylon Turpike near Hillside Avenue at around 12:15 p.m.
Police: Suspect Tries To Make A Break For It In Freeport Police Car, Wrecks ItThe driver took the car from Freeport into neighboring Merrick, crashing into several parked cars along the way.
Affordable Housing Lottery Could Be Your Ticket To Living On Manhattan's East SideFor this month only, applications are being accepted for as many as 5,000 apartments in Stuyvesant Town–Peter Cooper Village.
Freeport Mayor: Crime Down 12.3 Percent With License Scanning ProgramMore than 15 million drivers have had their license plates scanned by Freeport Police since cameras were set up in November.
Long Island Buried Under More Than 2 Feet Of Snow In Some SpotsResidents across Long Island will be spending the day Sunday digging out after a massive winter storm dumped more than two feet of snow in some spots.

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