The last dog that was displaced by Superstorm Sandy and living in a temporary shelter on Long Island has been relocated, but there is no shortage of prospective parents for Bruno the Rottweiler.
Nassau’s emergency pet shelter will officially close its doors Friday. But as of midnight on Monday, the pets will all be officially placed in the custody of Nassau’s SPCA.
Three Long Island mothers – all tired of battling school administrators – are now going to do battle in federal court over claims that their disabled children are being discriminated against in public school.
Many businesses rely on revenues from mid-winter break when families are typically looking for indoor activities for their kids.
Elizabeth Marrinan is loved by the students she drives to school every day, but on Monday, the Long Island school bus driver stood charged with attempted murder.
With pets still in need of a permanent home after superstorm Sandy, Nassau County is putting out a call for help.
Some shoppers were looking for more than just bargains at the Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City on Thursday.
Holidays sales numbers so far have been disappointing, but people appear to be ready for the post-Christmas bargains, and even the tourists know to wait if they want to save money.
Hempstead is just one of many Nassau County towns that is dealing with this pricey problem. In Garden City, neighborhoods are strewn with uprooted stumps and shattered sidewalks.
Edward Orenchuk III of Garden City faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.
A Boy Scouts leader in Long Island has been arrested after author allegedly found hundreds of images of child pornography on his computer – some reportedly showing children as young as 5.
Police have a possible suspect in the break-ins, 46-year-old Artie Jackson. DNA evidence could link him to other post-Sandy break-ins.
Long Island was a disaster area Tuesday night, after Superstorm Sandy uprooted trees and blew them over like matchsticks, and at one point cut power to 90 percent of LIPA customers without power.
The Federal Aviation Administration has scheduled a meeting Monday night at the East Williston Village Hall on Long Island, to address concerns about the number of flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport zooming overhead.
One hundred members of a military police brigade wished loved ones goodbye at a time when the death toll for Americans in the Afghan conflict is climbing.