The noxious smell of natural gas has been constantly wafting through a residential neighborhood.
As Southampton celebrates its 375th birthday, it is acknowledging the difficult chapters of slavery in its past
The Department of Environmental Protection must determine which — among hundreds of species — need the most help to survive.
It’s a jewel on Main Street – a church settled in the 1830s by East End founding fathers. But no one knew until just recently that the roof was in danger of collapse.
Summer visitors to Fire Island have often enjoyed free parking on the mainland, but when business owners in Bay Shore complained that customers could not shop because of the clutter of cars.
Family members make the pilgrimage once a week to visit the Uniondale, Long Island gravesite of their loved ones – often leaving cherished mementos. But now, the mementos are being cleared away.
On hot summer days, many Long Islanders are called to traffic court to settle fines or negotiate dismissed tickets – but they are advised not to dress for the weather.
Many drivers are irate over a county policy of charging $30 even when tickets are dismissed.
Three small children escaped injury Monday when the pickup truck in which they were passengers crashed on Long Island.
The Town of Oyster Bay said it installed the turnstiles and gate near the bike trail to prevent people from causing a safety hazard and taking their bicycles on the beach.
A Long Island Rail Road train has collided with two vehicles at an intersection in Riverhead, a railroad spokesman said.
A controversial law permits lane-splitting for motorcyclists in California – but could it ever work in the bustling Tri-State Area?
Experts blame low oxygen levels for the kill, but what exactly is causing the problem remains a mystery.
A beloved supervisor of a Long Island after school program is out of a job after explaining the Sandy Hook school shooting to children during a lockdown drill.
For the first time in years, the clock is without a caretaker.