With all the rain we’ve had recently you’d think our lakes would be overflowing. But, that’s not the case on Long Island where one lake is nearly dried up.
The plan is to pay for the project with Federal, State and private funding on Long Island.
The sick Long Island mother wants the school bus law changed for those parents who are too sick to drive their children to school.
Environmental groups are urging the state to step up the war on the insects before they wipe out thousands of additional trees.
The pomp and circumstance at one Long Island school has been turning heads.
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The mother-duo face several drug charges for allegedly selling heroin, making $100 a night.
Turtles are washing up on Long Island beaches, and the die off could signal trouble for fish, shellfish, and the health of local bays.
Police arrested a Long Island man on drug charges Wednesday, and claimed that he was also training roosters in his home for cockfights.
Some Long Island parents have issued a warning, after naked pictures of high school students were posted online without their permission.
Police on Long Island were investigating Tuesday night, after allegations that a website run overseas has been displaying naked and pornographic photos of teenage girls.
A call has mounted on Long Island for the public to report animal abuse, after nearly a dozen dogs were rescued from alleged drug dealers who were believed to be training them to fight.
Strangers came to the rescue on Long Island this week, when they saw two women in need following a wild purse snatching.
According to Suffolk County police, Bitinkunar Patel was working at the Jericho Convenience store in Huntington Friday around 7:20 p.m. when he asked two boys and two girls if they were wearing underwear.
There is a looming water crisis on Long Island. A new report says excessive lawn watering and pesticide runoff from homes is threatening drinking water, bays and harbors.