Get those motors revving, because we’ve got a Labor Day playlist of ten classic songs for the long drive ahead.
Police are trying to keep the roads and waterways safe for Long Islanders this Labor Day weekend.
As we enter the Labor Day weekend, the thoughts of many will turn to fall, and with that comes thoughts of a New York State apple.
From fire pits to furniture, get ready to turn your backyard into a party oasis.
More than a dozen different law enforcement agencies on Long Island have formed a task force focused on nabbing drunk drivers.
A new state law takes effect this weekend, allowing retail alcohol sales on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at package stores. Supermarkets, which already sell beer, will also be able to sell beer on Sundays.
The 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the most dangerous for teenage drivers in America, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
The governor, who says he has seen Bruce Springsteen play live 126 times, made the plea Tuesday during a tour of the new Revel casino, which is slated to open Monday.
If you want to secure a rental property in the Hamptons for the summer, you had better hurry.
At the starting point late Saturday morning, the mayor, who is in his third and final term, emphasized the 10th anniversary of the trade center attack on Sept. 11, 2001.
Mayor Bloomberg wants more federal involvement in gun control enforcement and a loophole addressed involving gun shows.
Labor Day turned out to be more work than fun for thousands of New Jersey residents still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Irene. However, electricity has been restored statewide.
If you filled your gas tank this Labor Day weekend you know it cost a lot more than it did last year and as you return home from your holiday weekend make sure you have some extra cash to fill up your tank.
From the Hamptons to the Jersey shore, officials and business owners alike want you to know the beaches are open this Labor Day weekend.
A week after telling people – in some not very subtle terms – to leave the shore as Hurricane Irene swirled up the coast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday encouraged people to head back to the boardwalk — with open wallets.