Five Towns Residents Furious Over Blitz Of $135 Parking TicketsA parking crackdown in Long Island's Five Towns has residents scrambling. Shoppers and shop keepers are outraged over a sudden blitz of $135 parking tickets.
Legendary Long Island Golf Course Offers Big Payment To Resolve Road DisputeIt has hosted the U.S. Open four times in three different centuries, and counts the rich and famous among its members.
Boats Destroyed As Fire Rips Through East Patchogue MarinaNearly a dozen pleasure boats owned by Long Island families were destroyed or damaged in a devastating marina fire at the height of summer vacation season.
Boater Found Dead In Great South Bay Days After Damaged Vessel Is FoundA skilled boater was discovered dead Monday in the Great South Bay off the South Shore of Long Island, less than two days after his empty boat washed ashore.
Treatment Offered To Farmingdale Restaurant Patrons Possibly Exposed To Hepatitis AA worker at the Farmingdale restaurant Trento has the infectious Hepatitis A virus, the health department said. People who drank beverages there July 19, 23, 26, 29 or 30 may have been exposed.
Beach Lovers Want To Know Who Will Clean Up Historic Lake RonkonkomaSuffolk County residents have been told that swimming is now off-limits in historic Lake Ronkonkoma, and beach lovers want to know who will clean up the mess.
Groundhog Invasion Frustrates Syosset, Long Island ResidentsSome homeowners on one Long Island block were complaining late Monday that they are being targeted underground by a groundhog invasion.
Chemicals Found In Westhampton Area Well Water Spark ConcernConcerns are mounting about what is in the water after chemicals were found in water wells in Suffolk County.
Dozens Of Long Island Homeowners Demanding Answers After Power Repeatedly Goes OutRecurring power problems in a Long Island neighborhood have dozens of homeowners upset and demanding a solution.
Decades Later, Family Gets The Chance To Say Goodbye To Man Killed In Korean POW CampNearly 2-million American troops were sent to fight in Korea. Thousands never came home from what some still call 'the forgotten war.'
National Grid Looks To Increase Bills By $16 Per Month For Average CustomerThe company's president said the delivery charge hike is necessary because there is a large discrepancy between what the state allows the company to collect and the increasing expenses it faces.
Long Island Teen Unable To Work, Medical Bills Piling Up After Being Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver A Long Island family is appealing for justice this week. Their teenage son was hit while riding his bicycle and had to undergo serious life-changing surgery.

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