Police on Wednesday issued a surveillance video showing a suspect in the kidnapping of Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem “Max” Stark, whose burned body was found last week in a Long Island dumpster.
The partially-burned body of a Brooklyn real estate developer was discovered in a dumpster in Great Neck, Long Island this week, a day after police said he was kidnapped in Brooklyn.
Karen Hollander, who was pregnant, thought she had time to run errands on Christmas Eve, including making a stop at a bank in Great Neck.
Steven Kleinman, 58, was driving a dark-colored vehicle when police said he pulled over a 43-year-old driver on Grace Avenue in Great Neck around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Schools in Great Neck, Lawrence, South Huntington, Plainedge, Malverne and Hempstead districts were put on a list of schools needing improvement.
The Long Island Rail Road’s Elmhurst station closed in 1985, but the railroad thinks there might be a reason to reopen it.
Friedman, who is married, served 13 years in prison for the sexual abuse but was freed when the case was reopened. He appeared in State Supreme Court in Mineola Tuesday as continues his quest to clear his name.
Neighbors on Long Island were shocked Wednesday at the arrest of a high-profile Republican Party campaign intern, in a disturbing nude photo blackmail scheme.
Many who cherish the annual flowering trees along the North Shore have voiced their suspicions that the trees were needlessly axed.
The plan to merge police precincts was intended to save Nassau County $20 million, but the PBA said all it has done is increase major crimes.
Pamela Geller will be taking center stage at a Long Island synagogue this weekend speaking about Islam, and there’s been a firestorm of opposition.
Some students at Great Neck North High School have been coming to Congregation Torah Ohr up the block for a free lunch and learn program.
Officials in Great Neck don’t want you airing out your dirty laundry – or clean laundry for that matter – in front of your house.
Power had just been restored on the North Shore of Long Island when the nor’easter knocked it out all over again Wednesday night.
Crews are quickly working to get rail networks back on track following the devastating toll Superstorm Sandy took on New York City Transit and parts of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad.