Pokemon Go Players Help Raise Money To Repair Defaced Jesus Statue On LIOnly weeks before thousands of Long Islanders walk the Stations of the Cross to commemorate Good Friday, a sacred statue was discovered defaced with a crowbar or hammer. But good-hearted people are coming to the rescue.
Volunteer Firefighters Arrested On Arson Charges In Suffolk CountyActing Police Commissioner Stuart Cameron announced the arrests of Austin Lehman, Shawn Key and Stephen Hernandez during a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Man With Baseball Bat Fatally Shot By Police After Apparent Road Rage IncidentIt happened at Bayview Avenue and East Shore Road.
Suffolk County Schools Partner With Police To Keep Students SafeThe initiative, known as SHARE, allows schools to connect their closed-circuit cameras directly to the Suffolk County Police Department, both inside the headquarters and with cops on beat using tablets.
Long Island Family Pushes For EpiPens On Planes After Mid-Flight Allergy AttackLuca Ingrassia had no idea he was allergic to tree nuts when he and his family boarded the plane to fly home to Garden City.
Long Island Residents Faced With Flooding As Nor'easter IntensifiesStreets were flooded on and off since Friday's nor'easter, so Wednesday's storm was only adding to locals' worries. 
Battle Brewing Over $500 Million Apartment Complex On Long IslandSome folks are against the project, while experts say Long Island badly needs affordable rentals.
'Use Your Common Sense': Long Island Officials Urge Caution During Coastal StormLong Island officials urged caution Friday, as a powerful coastal storm brought heavy rain and strong winds to the Tri-State.
Nor'easter Set To Bring Heavy Rain, Dangerous WindsHeavy rain and intermittent snow are expected as the storm moves up the Eastern seaboard, beginning in New York and Connecticut on Thursday evening.
Oyster Bay Raises Parking Rates; Drivers Say There Aren’t Enough SpacesThe Town of Oyster Bay has 30 municipal lots and in 2018 issued 41,202 valid permits, but there are just 6,891 available spaces.
Town Of Hempstead Renames Street, School In Honor Of Civil Rights HeroGen. Joseph A. McNeil was a founding member of the Greensboro Four, who led the 1960s sit-in at the segregated Woolworth Lunch Counter in North Carolina.
‘We’re Tired Of It:’ Lindenhurst Residents Fed Up With Delay In Funding To Fix ParkThree years have passed since the community won a grant to upgrade outdated equipment. But bickering in Albany may have stalled the check.

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