Homes built on pilings fit in well in beach communities and can stand up to storms, but some Long Island towns and villages are banning such open foundations.
The Long Island Rail Road recently put up fish netting below overhead rails, but birds became trapped in the netting and died.
Lt. Edward Weckerle Park, a historic suburban neighborhood park, has sadly seen better days.
Blatant racism has struck on Long Island, as a black family got a letter imploring them to leave their town because of their race.
Police are now searching for the suspects, who got away with $3,000 worth of tickets and McArthur’s cellphone.
Some Lindenhurst residents are upset with a proposed plan to build a cellphone tower in a parking lot near the Long Island Rail Road station.
A beloved bulldog that was stolen from her owners has found her way home years later.
There were tears of disappointment this week for the parents of a Long Island teenager killed in a drunken driving crash on Long Island.
A Long Island man has been convicted in the 2012 drunken driving death of a teenager who had just graduated from high school.
The snow, slick roads and spinouts of north suburban counties were not seen on Long Island, but drivers and residents there ran into their own problems with drenching rain and flooding.
Two women were arrested Friday during a raid on a Long Island massage parlor that was allegedly offering more than just massages.
Michael Grasing’s blood-alcohol level was four times the legal limit in June 2012 when he ran red lights at speeds approaching 100 mph before slamming into the rear of 18-year-old Brittney Walsh’s SUV, authorities said.
The Long Island village of Lindenhurst has decided to follow in the steps of New York City in banning the use of e-cigarettes in public buildings.
School starts next week in Lindenhurst and parents don’t want their children walking to Harding Elementary School past the so-called “Mold House” on Granada Parkway.
Suffolk County and the towns of Islip and Brookhaven have declared states of emergency after what County Executive Steve Bellone called an “unprecedented” deluge.