Huntington Officials Mull Changes To Pool Code After DrowningChanges may be coming to the pool safety code in the Long Island town where twin toddlers drowned just a few weeks ago.
Tennis Courts Are Too Short At Brand New $3.5M Park On Long IslandOne tennis player was hurt on the courts in Huntington -- not for a lack of skill, but a lack of space.
Long Island Man Allegedly Tries To Con Mom By Faking His Own KidnappingPolice say the 62-year-old victim received text messages on Friday from her son, 31-year-old Michael Sorbera of Huntington, stating he was in trouble.
Cesspool Tragedy Could Have Been Worse, Second Worker Barely Escaped With His LifeA day after a cesspool caved in, killing a worker on Long Island -- we're finding out that a second worker also had a close call.
Man Dead After Becoming Trapped By Collapsed Cesspool In HuntingtonEmergency crews were on the scene after a cesspool collapsed, trapping a man on Long Island.
Parents Fear Children Having Brain, Heart Tumors After Mini Cell Phone Towers Go Up In NeighborhoodSome say the company never informed residents they were putting up two towers in their Long Island neighborhood.
Man Admits To Sexually Abusing Girl At Library In Huntington, L.I.A Huntington, Long Island man admitted Thursday to molesting an 8-year-old girl at the local library, prosecutors said.
Jewish Institutions Use Homeland Security Grants To Improve Safety After ThreatsMultiple Tri-State Area synagogues and Jewish centers are applying for, and receiving, Homeland Security funding in the interest of safeguarding their institutions.
Tractor-Trailers Hauling Vehicles To Huntington Dealerships Cause Safety Concerns, Residents SayFaren Magee says tractor-trailers block her quiet, residential street multiple times a day to drop off and haul away vehicles at the car dealerships that surround Floral Avenue.
Huntington Officials Eye Air BnB Regulations Amid Complaints From ResidentsAir BnB and other short term rental services have come under fire in the suburbs where the revolving door of strangers has towns and villages upset.
LI, Westchester Residents Concerned About Plans For New Cellphone PolesTowering poles topped with cellphone booster equipment are now lining the streets of some Westchester County and Long Island neighborhoods – and some are calling them an eyesore.
Landmark Long Island Church To Have Centuries Old Steeple RestoredIts rich history dots the walls and hallways, from photos of church fathers dating back a century to a bell that once rang from the previous steeple more than 300 years ago.