Nassau County police are investigating whether the same people are responsible for two driveway stickups Wednesday night.
In a startling new study by Stony Brook scientists, more than two-thirds of the Island’s coastal waters this summer showed poor to lethal amounts of oxygen.
More than 100 years after America’s first retail gasoline station opened, the National Petroleum News reports that America’s 160,000 gas stations are slowly receding from the landscape.
On Saturday night, a truck hit Tracy Ann Mangino, 40, and kept going. Police are searching for the driver who left the mother to die along a busy road.
The collapse happened inside the old Social Services building, which is now being turned into a family court in Mineola.
Girl Scouts may have become victims of their own success, as some Long Island neighbors are fighting to rid their community of the scouts’ annual holiday light show.
The overgrown 3.5-mile stretch of rail line that was once the Long Island Rail Road’s Rockaway Beach Branch, hasn’t been active for more than 50 years.
Black Friday may still be six weeks away, but stores are already advertising holiday shopping sales.
Contractors recently ripped apart the roof of what they thought was a Superstorm Sandy-damaged home in Canarsie, Brooklyn – but they got the wrong roof.
A hearse carrying a huge football jersey with Tom Cutinella’s number emblazoned in flowers arrived at St. John the Baptist Catholic church in Wading River Tuesday morning.
In Rockville Centre schoolchildren at Holy Child watched in awe as Pope Francis addressed the world. They and their parents were plugged into his modern message of a more merciful church.
There was new fallout Friday following the death of a 16-year-old high school football player on Long Island after a collision at a game.
She remained calm amid chaos. A heroic school aide came to the rescue of a child who was turning blue and choking in the cafeteria.
A suburban Long Island woman says she is facing eviction from her home after falling victim to a mortgage fraud from two companies now under state investigation.
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.