Some junk food junkies on Long Island are worried that they will not be able to chow down on their favorite fatty foods.
A Hempstead mother has been arrested, accused of leaving her child unsupervised at a store while she shopped at the mall.
A road sign that was put up to honor a nun who was killed in a hit-and-run in the Hamptons may be coming down for good.
The Hampton Arts Cinema, a tiny two-screen theater, doesn’t pull in enough profit to pay for the movie industry’s mandated upgrade from film to digital, which costs $70,000 per projector.
A Long Island nursing home is under investigation following the recent death of a 71-year-old resident. Back in June, some employees at Medford Multicare Center were charged in the death of another resident in the same unit,
Leah Cuevas was arraigned on indictment charges Thursday in Suffolk County District Court. She’s being held without bail.
John Bittrolff, 48, of Manorville, was arraigned Thursday in a Riverhead court. The carpenter and married father of two has been indicted on two counts of second-degree murder in connection with the deaths 31-year-old Rita Tangredi and 20-year-old Colleen McNamee.
Audra Cummings said she was standing next to her driveway when she was mowed down.
More than a dozen family and friends of 36-year-old Monica Lino filled the courtroom Tuesday for the arraignment of 34-year-old Charles Pray.
A search was under way on Long Island and beyond Monday evening, for a killer responsible for the violent apparent slashing of a 36-year-old Suffolk County mother.
Chinelle Browne’s family is demanding answers on where the woman was killed and dismembered, and if the woman charged in the crime, Leah Cuevas, had help.
Leah Cuevas, of Brooklyn, faced a judge Thursday. She is charged in the alleged killing and dismemberment of a woman whose body parts were found scattered around Long Island earlier this month.
He’s certainly seen his fair share of sunny and stormy days.
Out of control algae have become a serious problem in Suffolk County, and experts said the build-up has turned some of the waterways toxic.
Homeowners in one Long Island village say they have a simple request. They want the park across the street and the little league baseball players who use it to be better neighbors.