Some suburban Garden City families say they can’t get a straight answer as to why ear-shattering construction noise is allowed to wake them.
The redevelopment project includes a luxury wing with up to 20 new high-end retailers, a 100,000-square-foot building that will house Neiman Marcus, more parking and a dining district with al freso dining and more sit-down restaurants.
Two men were charged Thursday with using a skimming device to capture credit numbers and create fraudulent cards – resulting in losses of $9,000 to multiple banks.
A federal judge has ruled in a housing discrimination lawsuit against the Village of Long Island City.
The party bus that police said was full of drunken teens Monday night is completely trashed, company owner Matt Delaney said.
There were 42 people, all ages 16 and 17, in various stages of intoxication aboard the limo bus, police said.
Tyshaun Phillips, 21, is charged with second-degree murder in the March 16 shooting at the Mint Restaurant & Lounge on Ring Road.
Nassau County police say the woman was jogging on Kensington Road just before noon when she was hit by a 2003 Honda driven by a 43-year-old woman.
By Sunday afternoon the parking lot at the restaurant had been reopened, it had been cordoned off with yellow tape while the Nassau County Police Homicide Squad worked the scene.
A manager of a parking-attendant company has been charged with stealing $23,541 in tips from parking valets at a mall on Long Island.
Imagine a parking garage doubling as a concert venue, a fairground, or a skating rink. Some of the best and brightest architects unveiled their designs Thursday from the parking lot of the future.
The 24-year-old said he was washing his 1997 Volkswagen in his driveway when a police officer told him he wasn’t allowed to do that.
In the electronics department, tablets are still tops and what’s old is new again in toy stores.
Saturday marked 20 years since the Long Island Rail Road massacre, which left 16 people dead and more than a dozen wounded when a gunman opened fire inside a train full of passengers.
Fritz Byer, of Freeport, was arraigned on three counts of burglary, two counts of criminal possession of stolen property and resisting arrest.