“The Rooster didn’t just walk off,” said Owen Smith the inn’s proprietor for the past 50 years. “You would have needed a van or a big back seat to get him out of here. He was a big bird.”
A 47-year-old man was driving east on the L.I.E. when he somehow lost control of his Nissan SUV and hit the center median, police said.
From finding a cure to the medical condition Sepsis to helping third world countries have systems to easily get clean water, the semifinalists at Jericho High School have spent their summers in the labs there to get this far.
The 82-year-old woman suffered a serious head injury after she was hit by the vehicle and knocked to the ground on Manors Drive in Jericho around 8:30 a.m. Thursday, police said.
It was a head-on collision between a black Honda and a gray Mercedes, and it was the Honda that was going the wrong way. The car entered at Exit 41 North going eastbound.
Police said since Dec. 9, teams of two have targeted senior citizens in Wantagh, Massapequa Park, Jericho, West Hempstead, Oceanside and Merrick.
A recent rash of distraction burglaries is continuing on Long Island. This time the two suspects allegedly targeted an Oceanside woman on her 89th birthday around noon on Wednesday.
The trees were apparently removed because of liability and safety issues about the sidewalk where the Sycamores, Poplars, Oaks, and Elms were located.
The bandits were hiding in the bushes of Stuart Leiman’s house next door. The trio charged at them, forcing them into the garage. As they started to enter the house, the home’s alarm system went off.
The Northern State Parkway is swollen with runoff traffic. The accident near Exit 41 shut down traffic since 3 a.m.
Gladys Smith-Pinto, 58, and Gladys Smith, 38, were arrested and charged with grand larceny. They were scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
You’ve heard about the Subway Series. Well, how about the Expressway Series?
Some 75 children are participating in Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day at the the Purolator freight company on Long Island.
Police say William Mure took the check over to Porsche of Roslyn and bought himself a 2010 GT3.
Hundreds of Long Island high school students are spending their winter break at Island Harvest in Uniondale helping to prepare and distribute food for the needy.