The hot-button issue is whether to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere for $12.5 dollars, return it to the tax rolls and pump the much-needed cash into the district’s budget.
Residents have complained that the students are noisy, litter and create parking problems.
The Islanders are skating off to Brooklyn in 2015, leaving cash-strapped Nassau County once again on the hot seat to come up with a critically needed plan to save its coliseum.
Hurricane Sandy is taking an unexpected toll on local crops, and it could lead to higher prices at grocery stores.
Nassau’s emergency pet shelter will officially close its doors Friday. But as of midnight on Monday, the pets will all be officially placed in the custody of Nassau’s SPCA.
After several hours of flurries, the region was seeing heavy snowfall in some areas Thursday night. In Westchester County, plows were hitting the streets. Along the Jersey Shore, streets were inundated with rising waters.
Louie Blanton, 24, of Amityville, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault upon a police officer, unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, and criminal possession of a weapon in January.
Joseph Tutaj died suddenly on Feb. 19 while in Los Angeles to perform at Disneyland with the school marching band.
Joseph Tutaj was hospitalized with a high fever and died on Feb. 19 while in Los Angeles to perform at Disneyland with the Seaford High School marching band.
A dangerous plant from Asia is attacking parts of Long Island’s most pristine waterways. The perennial pepperweed has infested a treasured North Shore beach park, threatening birds and fish.
Fire Island chief ranger Lena Koschmann said there’s been an increase in complaints and observations of sex, masturbation and prostitution, especially on the popular Lighthouse Beach.
Victims were in tears inside a packed Suffolk County courtroom Tuesday, as the drugged driver who struck three teenagers back in 2011 worked out a controversial plea deal.
There is still a daily struggle for normalcy in the Long Beach School District, where of its 4,000 students all but 500 were flooded out of their neighborhoods.
A woman is seen on surveillance video walking into the store with a big, dark-colored bag hanging off her arm. Store employees said she posed as a customer.
Joseph Tutaj traveled to Los Angeles last week with the Seaford High School marching band to perform at Disneyland. The 15-year-old died Tuesday after he was hospitalized with a high fever.
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