The season is changing and there is plenty to look forward to. The leaves are changing colors and the air is crisp and cool.
Two-hundred gallons of diesel oil spilled when a pressurized hose blew during a fuel delivery that was meant to supply temporary outdoor generators on Thursday. The spill resulted in an unbearable odor.
Fifty children a week are treated in United States emergency rooms as a result of being backed over and crushed under their parents’ cars. But a new law named after a Long Island child that mandates rear cameras in all cars has stalled in Washington.
Nassau County prosecutors said $10,000 cash bail was set at Asya Ulmer’s arraignment on Monday morning.
Neptune was once a historic lifeguard station and is located on three acres of oceanfront property in East Quoge. The spot has been valued for its shimmering waters and tidal marshes.
Consumers in the New York area are now on alert after the Asian fruit fly that first caused millions of dollars in damage to the cherry harvest in the west has made its way east via wind currents.
John Esposito died last week of natural causes at Sing Sing prison in Ossining. He did not know of the decision when he died.
A 16-year-old Queens boy charged in connection with the rape of a 60-year-old woman in a Long Island park, as well as a violent attack on a pregnant woman, faced a judge today.
Cornell graduate John Condzella, 27, leased land on his parents’ East End farm to grow hops. The vines curl up 30-foot trellises and poles and branch out into flowers known as hops. Hops give beer much of its flavor and aroma.
Marine 41 was officially commissioned Thursday on eastern Long Island.
A Long Island man continued to recover this week after a brutal attack on a dog, and the animal remained on the loose Wednesday in a community full of vulnerable children.
A toxic tide has been rolling in on the east end of Long Island, and residents have been concerned.
A Poughkeepsie high school senior died suddenly, after he was bitten by a tick and contracted a severe virus.
The barrier island of Long Beach is taking steps forward this summer in its Hurricane Sandy recovery. Churches, beaches, and the boardwalk have all slowly reopened. But not it’s only hospital.
An officer who police said was responding to a report of a home burglary was shot and injured early Wednesday morning on Long Island.