Hornwort is a nuisance plant that has literally taken over a popular family park in Huntington. Officials have stocked the pond with grass-eating carp.
One year after their son was disciplined inside his Brentwood middle school, a disturbing hallway security videotape surfaced, that, until recently, the family said they never knew existed.
A day of skateboarding almost claimed the life of a Long Island Teenager who though that skating without a helmet was the cool thing to do.
While many commuters are looking forward to the Long Island Rail Road’s expansion into Grand Central Terminal, those in one Long Island town are a bit wary.
Is it gaudy green or the new rave? An historic New York City park has been repainted and some are stunned by the break with tradition.
Officials in a Long Island town said this week that they have to scare off invasive Canada geese, and now must resort to euthanasia.
“We are here on a beautiful day, with a storm cloud not anywhere around, with a message to deliver: Superstorm Sandy delivered a very tough blow, but it was by no means a knockout blow,” Bellone said.
When three women were found alive in Cleveland a decade after disappearing, Long Island kidnapping victim Katie Beers was flooded with a rush of buried memories.
Police said one suspect picked up the woman and threw her to the ground while the other stole her cellphone.
Just like in “The Wizard of Oz”, Rocky Point residents say they fear being crushed by a falling house, a condemned vacant house teetering on the edge of a cliff worn away by erosion.
A public hearing held Thursday in Farmingdale took aim at what’s become a growing problem of school bus drivers operating their vehicles while intoxicated.
Is 15 too young to buy the “morning-after” pill? That’s the question dividing parents in our area after a controversial decision Tuesday from the federal government.
Scientists at Stony Brook University searching for health risks in everyday products stumbled upon something that might accelerate aging and increase wrinkling.
Sandy caused billions of dollars in damage and left tens of thousands of people homeless after coming ashore Oct. 29. Six months later, major issues including housing, business, tourism and coastal protection still remain.
Christopher Capurso, 22, was not licensed to own a tow truck and was holding cars hostage, according to investigators.