An armed con artist was on the loose Wednesday night, after terrorizing a 74-year-old woman on Long Island.
Charter schools and pre-kindergarten are getting funding in the recently approved state budget. But tax credits that would have benefited private schools with up to $150 million a year have so far been denied.
More than a dozen 70-year-old trees were suddenly chopped down in one Long Island, and now residents, stuck with unslightly stumps, are demanding answers.
Students at one Long Island school went through withdrawal from Instagarm, text messages, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr this week, but they learned they could actually live without their cellphones.
Forty percent of college seniors and recent graduates polled by Reuters this week fear their job prospects are bleak to none.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice issued a 28-page report on the May 17, 2013 shooting Wednesday, following a review of whether police personnel acted appropriately during the deadly confrontation.
The accident, which involved a Coach USA bus and a pick-up truck, occurred on Roslyn Road near Heathcote Drive in Albertson around 9 a.m. Tuesday.
March is not going out like a lamb. Drivers in Islandia were negotiating through three inches of slush around lunchtime.
Susan Greenspan lives in Seaford but babysits for her young granddaughters at their Babylon home. She argued the children’s residency – not hers – should be the determining factor in granting a resident permit.
Only one ticket nationwide matched the Mega Millions jackpot this week, and the $20 million ticket was sold on Long Island.
Ward Melville High School teacher Stephen Malusa, 47, is accused of fondling a then 15-year-old student in May of last year.
As the Braham family prepares to bury their son, an investigation is now being launched in two states into whether allegations of college fraternity hazing is connected to the suicide of 18-year-old Marquise Braham.
The family of a Queens man was horrified Monday, after their search led them to a beach in the Rockaways where police later found his body in a shallow grave.
Friday was match day in the U.S., when 25,000 medical students from around the country found out their residency assignments.
An argument that waiters and customers will be happier if tips are done away with seems to be gaining steam.