The Long Island village of Lindenhurst has decided to follow in the steps of New York City in banning the use of e-cigarettes in public buildings.
A Long Island man remained behind bars Friday evening after 50 different license suspensions or revocations, and the Nassau County District Attorney’s office called him a “menace to innocent motorists and their families.”
CBS 2 has gotten action following a report on no-show fines levied against Long Island homeowners by National Grid.
More than a month after a New Hyde Park teenager, who was allegedly high, slammed into the Antoine family, the youth was charged with crimes that could lock him away for 25 years.
Homeowners in Suffolk County are in shock after receiving water bills that they say are extremely high.
Richard Becher, 50, was struck in the head by a ball while pitching batting practice to his son’s team at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank on Saturday.
Commack school officials are investigating after two pictures appeared on social media apparently showing high school students wearing T-shirts spelling out the word “rape.”
Some suburban Garden City families say they can’t get a straight answer as to why ear-shattering construction noise is allowed to wake them.
The redevelopment project includes a luxury wing with up to 20 new high-end retailers, a 100,000-square-foot building that will house Neiman Marcus, more parking and a dining district with al freso dining and more sit-down restaurants.
Some suburban homeowners are furious after being shocked with a surprising fine. The charge is being tacked onto their bills because they’re not home when a worker shows up to read the meter.
Roy Weinman is a fixture in his Bellmore community and has never missed a day on the job. But after 100 years, competition is driving him out and change is coming.
Mourners from Long Island gathered at Point Lookout for a sunrise service to remember the victims of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
Attempting to address a chronic shortage of on-campus beds, Stony Brook is leasing dorms at Dowling College in Shirley.
Some homeowners in the Hamptons are puzzled and angry after finding recruitment pamphlets for the Ku Klux Klan at their homes.
School starts next week in Lindenhurst and parents don’t want their children walking to Harding Elementary School past the so-called “Mold House” on Granada Parkway.