Businesses along West Park Avenue right near the Long Beach train station say a strike will hurt, even if it’s short.
Two baby herons were back resting comfortably in their nests Tuesday night, after being rescued by firefighters when they fell out of a tree in Long Beach, Long Island.
In Long Beach, the town deployed more than 100 beach patrol personnel Saturday to cover more than 4 miles of beach.
Long Beach residents are stumped and upset as hundreds of trees in the oceanfront town have come down.
In Long Beach, some revolutionary new fire hydrants have been turning a lot of heads.
Although forecasters are expecting a slower-than-usual hurricane season, officials are still advising residents to be ready.
Longtime New York State Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg (D-Long Beach) announced Monday that he will not run for reelection this fall.
Jeremy Laratro and Dayvon Merchant are accused of two burglaries and an attempted burglary in Lido Beach, Long Island.
Long Beach Police Commissioner Michael Tangney said more than 60 heavily armed officers went to a home Tuesday after they had received a fake call that someone killed his mother and brother there.
It turned out the 911 call police were responding to was a hoax and part of a game called “Swatting” that law enforcement officials say has become a nationwide epidemic.
Failure to report suspected child abuse or mistreatment is among the 21 violations the Magnolia Day Care Center has been accused of by the state.
Commuting into New York City is more than just a commute –it’s a lifestyle. But with all the congestion and traffic, we sometimes forget the beautiful scenic views we come across as we head into NYC.
In Long Beach, homes and lives are still being rebuilt in the wake of superstorm Sandy. But now children in the Long Island community may have to weather another kind of storm.
The second oldest resident of New York state celebrated a milestone Wednesday, as she celebrated her 113th birthday.
Evidence of Sandy’s wrath still remains in communities across Long Island. Nearly 100,000 buildings were destroyed in the storm, causing more than $8 billion in damage. Parts of the Long Island Rail Road were washed away and permanent repairs won’t be finished for another five years.