Demanding Answers: What Is The Plan For Commuters When Oyster Bay Parking Lot Shuts This Summer?The Hicksville LIRR train station is the busiest on Long Island: some 6,000 commuters use it every morning.
Hicksville Commuters Concerned About Parking Problem When Municipal Lot Closes For Summer RepairsFor LIRR riders commuting from Hicksville, workday stress before they even get to the office: Just try finding an empty parking space.
Oyster Bay Raises Parking Rates; Drivers Say There Aren’t Enough SpacesThe Town of Oyster Bay has 30 municipal lots and in 2018 issued 41,202 valid permits, but there are just 6,891 available spaces.
Long Island Family Says Bullying Led Teen To Take His Own LifeHicksville High School senior Angelo Collazo, 17, was laid to rest Wednesday.
School Bus Drivers On Strike In 4 Nassau County DistrictsThe strike affects four Nassau County school districts, Freeport, Baldwin, Hicksville and Rockville Centre.
Armed Robber Foiled 4 Times In 1 Hour On Long IslandAn armed robber was foiled four times in less than an hour this week, as managers and customers of Long Island establishments refused to give in to his demands.
School Districts In Nassau County Warn Of Possible School Bus StrikeStudents and parents from four districts were alerted to the possibility of a school bus strike Monday afternoon.
Veteran Ballplayers Take The Field In Hicksville For Assisted Living All-Star GameBaseball fans know the Major League all-star game was played Tuesday night, in Miami.
Long Island Students Meet Sailor, Pen Pal They’ve Been Tracking On DeploymentSome excited school kids on Long Island have finally met the U.S. Navy sailor whose deployment they've been tracking for months.
Officers Race Into Long Island Home To Save 3 Dogs From FireThree dogs are recovering after being rescued from a house fire on Long Island.
Pizza Delivery Man Violently Robbed After Being Lured To Quiet Hicksville NeighborhoodA Long Island neighborhood was on edge Thursday, after a pizza delivery man was beaten and robbed.
Long Island Residents Worry About Carcinogenic Chemical In WaterThree million Long Island residents served by public and private wells have learned that a chemical with possible cancer links has been detected in drinking water.