There were tears of disappointment this week for the parents of a Long Island teenager killed in a drunken driving crash on Long Island.
One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year poses special challenges as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contend with a nor’easter packing rain and snow.
The snow, slick roads and spinouts of north suburban counties were not seen on Long Island, but drivers and residents there ran into their own problems with drenching rain and flooding.
The crash occurred around 11 p.m. Sunday on Route 109 near Route 110 in East Farmingdale.
An Elmont man has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and menacing after police said he threatened a Federal Express driver with a handgun.
In a first for the Tri-State Area, health care professionals in the suburbs may soon be giving patients unusual prescriptions.
Ceili McNicholas, a third-grader in Miller Place School District, told 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera she feels bad about being banned from school for not getting a booster shot.
Inside the box was a a $300 tuxedo jacket — a gift to be worn on an upcoming cruise.
The Nassau group “Residents Opposing School Zone Speed Cameras” is protesting what protestors call a deceitful money grab masquerading as a child safety initiative.
Old Navy has admitted that it is charging more for plus-sized clothing for women, but not for men.
One driver was killed and another critically injured in a head-on collision on the Southern State Parkway.
A fiery crash on the Southern Staten Parkway has claimed the lives of two 19-year-old Queens men.
Some trustees in Roslyn Estates are considering banning the feeding of wild animals after receiving complaints that a growing number of homeowners are leaving out food and drink — all day and all night — for undomesticated animals that could carry rabies or other diseases.
An old tradition met a new generation on Long Island on Friday when a group of young school children met their pen pals.
Prevention is key. And vets tell pet owners to go on the offensive, especially with animals that have long hair.