The incident occurred Wednesday evening when 65-year-old Nahid Kamali was pulling into the garage of her upscale King’s Point home.
Surrounded by family and friends and overwhelmed with flowers, a Long Island high school student was celebrated Wednesday for placing second in a national science competition despite being blind.
Great Neck school officials were to meet Monday night to discuss the latest scandal to hit their prestigious school district — students paying other people to take their college entrance exams or SATs.
Hundreds of Long Island high school students are spending their winter break at Island Harvest in Uniondale helping to prepare and distribute food for the needy.
Alexandra Woodhouse was basically a prisoner in her own home as the violence in Cairo prevented her from leaving her apartment.
“Honestly, once I found out that they clinched a playoff spot, I had some time to kill and I had this beat lying around that I felt really good about,” said Matt Fox.
Nassau County police said he’s responsible for at least six break-ins or attempted break-ins in Great Neck and Kings Point.
There are new fears on Long Island that a man suspected in at least six break-ins has tried to strike again in Kings Point.
Mayor Ralph J. Kreitzman said the ban was enacted after officials got complaints about smokers standing outside stores in the village. He said the law will also benefit pedestrians who might have been subjected to second-hand smoke.
Nassau County police believe the same man committed at least four overnight home invasions in Great Neck and Kings Point on Sunday and Wednesday.
Disturbing new details about a string of home invasions in Nassau County surfaced on Thursday. Police said the suspect held his hand over the mouth of a 5-year-old, trying to keep her from screaming.
Homeowners were advised to be vigilant on Wednesday following a series of violent home invasions. The search is on for a man suspected of attacking a young child, and two women — in two different towns.
Police on Long Island say a man broke into the bedroom of a sleeping 15-year-old girl and placed a wet cloth over her face.
Erik Bracamonte and Joseph Cianciulli were arrested after police said they used 28 folding chairs to build a large swastika in the parking lot of a Great Neck synagogue.
A desperate search for a Long Island man came to a tragic end on Saturday, as police found a body identified as 65-year-old Great Neck resident Steven Mayer.