The woodpecker is an endangered species taking advantage of a glut of insects out early due to the mild weather of the past months while preying on healthy trees under stress from the winter’s drought.
So many stores have closed up shop because of the economy, but now there is good news in Nassau County.
Police say a man was stabbed in the face outside the popular Houston’s restaurant at the Roosevelt Field mall.
The NFC Championship trophy has landed. The Giants, fresh off their 20-17 conference title win over the 49ers, are back in the Tri-State area.
Stony Brook University’s World Trade Center Health Program is expanding to neighboring Nassau County. Officials will open the second site on Friday. The new location is at Winthrop-University Hospital’s “wellness pavilion” in Garden City.
There are over 1,000 workers at the processing and distribution center in Flushing, Queens and many don’t know what this means for them.
The 22nd annual Long Island Festival of Trees wrapped up this weekend in Garden City with the young and the young at heart all dazzled with the bright, colorful decorated Christmas trees at the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
They skipped Thanksgiving dinner, they braved the elements and they waited in line for hours all for a piece of the Black Friday action.
A new parent-teacher group is meeting for the first time tonight on Long Island. Its goal is to stop bullying of gay students.
An overflow crowd was in attendance at a jobs fair in Garden City today. There were all ages, all backgrounds, all in search of the same thing – a job.
Nassau County is hoping a series of job fairs will help some of Long Island’s unemployed get back into the workforce.
Volunteerism is being honored at a new 9/11 exhibit at the Nassau County Firefighters Museum.
On Long Island, about 89,000 customers remain in the dark as of Thursday night, but there is some power progress being made.
Micro Burst May Have Hit Garden City During Irene; Children In The Path Of Storm Find It Hard To Cope
Garden City village inspectors are wondering if a micro burst or a tornado ripped through the community where tons of concrete were lifted like cardboard and century-old trees violently fell to earth.
The Long Island Power Authority said they will now be calling customers to inform them when their power will return.