Long Beach native Billy Crystal is giving back to his hometown which is still recovering after being slammed by Superstorm Sandy.
Water isn’t gold, some Long Island ratepayers have been complaining – so why are their water bills rising?
Initially developed by Bio Specifics Technologies in Lynbrook and now pioneered by Stony Brook University researchers, an enzyme-based injection called Xiaflex may be a new weapon in the battle against cellulite.
Tara Driscoll, 34, of Bay Shore, was sentenced today to six years probation with sex offender conditions.
A Nassau County police officer was driving on Waverly Avenue in East Rockaway early on Sunday morning when his car was hit head-on by another vehicle. The two men in the car that hit him are under arrest and facing multiple charges.
At Lynbrook Bagels, they’ve made special blue-colored bagels in honor of the New York Giants playoff game this weekend.
The village of Lynbrook is going green, launching a major new lighting project that brings solar and other energy efficient lighting throughout the village.
After one man died from West Nile Virus and a number of mosquitos tested positive for the virus, the Nassau County health department has decided to spray the pesticide Scourge.
Arrested and charged with both rape and performing a criminal sexual act is 33-year-old Tara Driscoll of Bay Shore. She was a high school English teacher at Campus Magnet Educational Complex in Queens until last May when an investigation started.
The state Public Service Commission says Sal and Ruth Mazzaro can get back about $420 in utility charges. The Mazzarros were billed as commercial customers and say they’re owed more than that.
Victor Tosner, 57, is accused of making numerous threats over the phone and in person to two parish priests and parishioners.
Staten Island resident Nicholas Genovese says he is happy to be alive after nearly being electrocuted over the weekend.
The accident happened at the Bank of America on Merrick Road in Lynbrook.
According to detectives, two men were preparing to wash windows at a Bank of America branch in Lynbrook using a 40-foot washing pole when a gust of wind blew the pole into a power line.
Recent Facebook postings led cops to open up an unsolved Long Island crime from the ‘80s.