Holbrook, L.I. Residents Not Pleased With Possible Plan For Solid Waste SiteResidents of a suburban community claim they were blindsided by a possible government OK to turn their neighborhood into a waste site.
Northport Cops Rush To Revive Newborn After Baby Arrives EarlyA newborn's life was hanging in the balance during a desperate 911 call for help. A mother was giving birth in her own home and the baby wasn't breathing.
Commuters Weigh Pros And Cons Of Proposed LIRR Third Track ProjectThe $2 billion project would construct a ten mile track between Floral Park and Hicksville and would take three or four years to build.
Nassau County Seniors Want To Know Who Dropped The Ball On Tax AbatementA shock was in the mail for thousands of senior citizens on fixed incomes. Property tax relief that they've counted on for more than a decade expired without notice.
Nanny Accused Of Burning Toddler With Curling Iron In Long Island HomeA trusted nanny working for a Long Island family was in jail Friday afternoon, after allegedly being caught on video burning a young child in her care with a heated curling iron.
'La La Land' Inspires Newcomers To Lace Up Their Dancing ShoesRyan Gosling and Emma Stone dance effortlessly like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, bringing movie buffs in for lessons.
Long Island Residents Worry About Carcinogenic Chemical In WaterThree million Long Island residents served by public and private wells have learned that a chemical with possible cancer links has been detected in drinking water.
Some Taxpayers Skeptical About Grants Meant To ‘Revitalize’ Suffolk County DowntownsThe money came out of the blue -- hundreds of thousands of dollars were earmarked to revitalize the main street of a Long Island town.
Tractor-Trailers Hauling Vehicles To Huntington Dealerships Cause Safety Concerns, Residents SayFaren Magee says tractor-trailers block her quiet, residential street multiple times a day to drop off and haul away vehicles at the car dealerships that surround Floral Avenue.
Nassau Officials Warn Scam Artists Are Impersonating Utility Workers Once AgainInvestigators reminded residents that postal workers, oil deliveries, UPS, and Fed Ex should not be asking to come into your home. The water company is no different.
Broad-Daylight Break-Ins Plague Five Towns On Long IslandResidents of the South Shore of Long Island were subjected to an unwelcome New Year’s holiday tradition this week.
'Save The Best For Last, Right?': Last Minute Shoppers Flock To Stores For Gifts & GroceriesFor some, the rush to the shops was less about spending money, and more about making a last minute memory.

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