An overnight blaze has seriously damaged three businesses on Main Street in Smithtown, Long Island.
Three pedestrian have been killed there since November 2009 and drivers are seen speeding through the busy area.
Days after Hurricane Irene made her way north, things in New York City’s northern suburbs are still not back to normal.
Tropical Storm Irene is sending water into the streets of several shoreline neighborhoods as it surges across Connecticut.
About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria.
Firefighters went to each of the 7 evacuated buildings to make sure things were safe. Everyone has since been allowed to return to their homes.
There is a plan to turn the four-lane Main Street in downtown Smithtown into a two-lane road. Three people have been killed in the area in the last 18 months.
One Long Island village is trying to get you to shop and dine there by easing up on the law.
The accident occurred in Smithtown on a stretch of roadway that has been the site of several recent pedestrian accidents.
Police on Long Island are investigating the death of a 33-year-old man who was struck and killed while crossing a street in Smithtown.
Years ago, Main Street was a shopping destination. Today, it is a shadow of its former self, with many stores having fled to the malls.
An early morning fire that burned through four row houses in Paterson on Wednesday has left 26 people displaced.
At a town-hall meeting in PA on Monday, President Obama said there are people in the country that feel he’s been too soft on Wall Street.
Flushing has become the city’s largest hub of Asian commerce dwarfing Manhattan’s Chinatown leaving many of its longtime residents feeling a bit isolated.