FBI Veteran Geraldine Hart Becomes First Woman To Lead Suffolk County Police DepartmentMore than 100 top law enforcement officials vied for the job, but on Thursday one person was selected to lead a massive Long Island police department.
Long Island Town Bans Use Of Plywood To Cover Windows On Zombie HomesBoarded-up eyesores known as zombie homes are getting a new look.
Homeowners Petition Babylon Officials To Protect Historic BuildingsPeople living in one Long Island village are fighting to save two historic buildings from the wrecking ball.
LI Hospital Offers Free Course On How To ‘Stop The Bleed’ In Mass Casualty ScenariosWhile the country struggles to comprehend the latest school shooting in Florida, one Long Island hospital is offering a program that’s designed to save lives after an attack.
EMS Crew Helps Deliver Baby Along Southern State ParkwayIf you think rush hour is stressful, how about being stuck in traffic when you go into labor?
Long Island Officials Searching For Teenager With AutismJoseph "Michael" Barbella was last seen around 5 p.m. Monday, when authorities say he was startled by a loud noise near the corner of Malverne and Hempstead Avenues in Malverne.
Brentwood Hoops Coach Up For Junior Coach Of The Year HonorsA big honor is coming this week for a local basketball coach. The New York Knicks are about to name a junior coach of the year.
Village Of Patchogue Doing Away With Foam Cups & ContainersMayor Paul Pontieri says it’s not hard to see the problem in the water.
Long Island Hockey Player Will Honor Late Brother’s Legacy At 2018 Winter GamesThe Long Island native and former New York Ranger hopes to not only honor his country but his family, as well.
Crawl Spaces Could Be Keeping Threatened Bat Species Alive On Long IslandLive on Long Island? Have a crawl space under your home? The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation wants you to volunteer your space for inspection.
Bay Shore Historical Society Helps Reunite People With Baby PicturesThousands of hospital photos taken of newborn babies in the 1950s and ‘60s have been found. Now, they’re being given to the families.
Smithtown Community Split Over Proposed 120-Foot Cell TowerDropped calls are a way of life there, and some call it a dangerous coverage gap.

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