Post-Blizzard Cleanup Creates Unique Set Of Dangers For Drivers, Pedestrians, And HomeownersUp to 2.5-ft of snow fell on Long Island over the weekend, and many side roads are still snow covered and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians.
LI Boy Hailed As Hero After Alerting Family Of 3-Alarm BlazeA Long Island boy was honored for his act of bravery after alerting his family to a fire in their home, effectively saving their lives.
LI Cops: Rainbow Shops Latest Target In Armed Retail Robbery Spree A Rainbow Shops clothing store in Lindenhurst is the latest retail location targeted in what police believe is a string of armed robberies committed by the same suspect.
11 Arrested At Long Island Biker Gathering On Weapons, Drug ChargesPolice said they seized five hanguns, a rifle, a shotgun, marijuana cocaine, crystal meth, a billy club and three vehicles.
Lindenhurst Residents Frustrated Over Flooded StreetsEven though there has been no heavy rain for nearly a week, residents are frustrated that some streets in Lindenhurst have been flooded.
Storm Downs Trees, Causes Street Flooding In New YorkOut on Long Island, Linenhurst was hit hard with dozens of trees downed across just one neighborhood.
Retired MTA Worker Killed By Hit-Run Driver Along Notorious Long Island StretchResidents have complained the stretch of roadway, which has a speed limit of 40 mph, is like a speedway.
LI Towns Ban Open Foundations For Elevated Homes Despite SavingsHomes 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.
Lindenhurst Residents: New Anti-Pigeon Netting At LIRR Station InhumaneThe Long Island Rail Road recently put up fish netting below overhead rails, but birds became trapped in the netting and died.
Long Island Residents Push To Clean Up Park Named For WWI VeteranLt. Edward Weckerle Park, a historic suburban neighborhood park, has sadly seen better days.
Lindenhurst Residents Appalled By Letter Targeting Them For Their RaceBlatant racism has struck on Long Island, as a black family got a letter imploring them to leave their town because of their race.
Long Island Man Says He Was Beaten, Robbed Of $3K In Concert TicketsPolice are now searching for the suspects, who got away with $3,000 worth of tickets and McArthur's cellphone.