Faith Ross and her daughter Francesca Maselli ran into trouble in January when police investigating a bad stench found 26 dead pets in their Rockville Centre home.
For most of us trying to dig out, it’s a nuisance. But, for others in the town of Hempstead on Long Island, it’s a matter of life and death.
A new law in the Long Island town of Hempstead affects any business owner that plans to open a convenience store or fast food restaurant.
The animals were found inside the Montauk Avenue home along with carcasses of 26 other animals, including dogs, ferrets, cats and birds, Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray said.
The Hempstead supervisor has declared a snow emergency in response to the winter snowstorm.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, some lucky families on Long Island have been given the chance to live out the American dream.
Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray unveiled an 11 point plan Monday focused on enhancing the level of pet care.
New cell towers are now banned within 1,500 feet of a home, a house of worship, a daycare center or a school in the Town of Hempstead.
There’s towering trouble for hundreds of people on Long Island, as residents are fighting the wireless industry and lawmakers.