Beachgoers are disappointed with the severe weather forecast for the Fourth of July, but many say two good days out of three isn’t so bad.
The sun was sizzling, and tons of people were out at the beach Monday for the official beginning of the summer season.
After a year’s absence, the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach received a warm welcome back this weekend — with a near-record crowd Sunday.
From the Blue Angels to the Golden Knights parachute team, necks were hurting as the crowd strained to catch every minute of the sky-high action.
The U.S. Navy’s aerobatic team landed Thursday morning at Republic Airport in Farmingdale.
Following months of cabin fever, hibernation is over and Tri-State area residents are dusting off their barbecues, counting down the days until Memorial Day.
Raymond Roth was sentenced to 2 1/3 years to 7 years in prison Thursday and ordered to more than $36,000 in restitution to the Coast Guard and Nassau County police.
Beach prep has started on Long Island. For the next seven weeks crews will be working hard to get Jones Beach ready for summer crowds.
The five-year project includes restoration of historic structures and the fountain at the Central Mall, new picnic areas and recreation fields, and an adventure play area with rock climbing walls.
Police said Raymond Roth, 49, impersonated an officer and attempted to kidnap a woman in Freeport just hours after accepting a plea deal in his 2012 fake-drowning case.
Jonathan Roth, 23, of Massapequa pleaded guilty last year to falsely reporting an incident and was originally expected to receive no jail time, but lost the deal after jumping bail.
The Blue Angels flew to Long Island this week to officially announced their return to the annual Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach.
Jonathan Roth, 23, appeared Friday in Nassau County Court. He was captured Thursday by a bail bondsman, who tracked him to Ohio and brought him back to Long Island.
The man who helped fake his father’s disappearance in Long Island has now pulled his own disappearing act, prosecutors said.
The Department of Transportation plans to have the sign fixed with an adhesive overlay at no additional cost.