Women Harassed By Half-Clothed Man In Long Island ParkTwice this week, a half-clothed man approached women who were exercising. The man exposed himself before running away, police said.
Police: Knifepoint Robbery In Massapequa Park Fits Crime PatternNassau County police said a man fitting the description from three March robberies entered the store, displayed a large kitchen knife and demanded cash from the register.
Long Island Family Seeks Snow Donations To Keep Giant Snowman Through SpringDespite only two major snowstorms this winter, one Long Island family is hoping to make its 12-foot snowman last until spring -- and you can help.
Man Who Vanished After Going Jogging In Massapequa Park Found SafeMichael Bryant Adragna was found safe on Thursday.
Frantic Search On For Man Who Vanished After Going Jogging In Massapequa ParkA jogger went for a run in Massapequa Park, Long Island and never returned, and a frantic family has been left to pass out posters and look for clues.
Well Into Spring, Massapequa Park Snowman Is Still GoingIt’s hard to imagine with temperatures in the 60s, but a snowman is still standing on Long Island.
Long Island Family Seeks To Preserve Snowman Even With Winter OverMany New Yorkers spent the months of February and March complaining about snow, but one Long Island family wants to hold onto the nostalgia of winter.
Postal Worker Accused Of Throwing Away Thousands Of Pieces Of Mail On L.I.The mail is supposed to go through snow, rain, heat and gloom of night, but one postal worker stood accused this week of being too lazy to deliver the mail in any weather.
Prosecutors: Unlicensed Air Conditioning Contractor Scammed L.I. Home OwnersA Pennsylvania man was in court Monday, charged with bilking Long Island homeowners out of thousands of dollars for air conditioning work he never performed.
Swastikas Found Scrawled On 14 Cars On Long IslandPolice in Nassau County were searching Wednesday night for an unidentified person who drew swastikas with chalk on 14 cars in Bethpage and Massapequa Park.
Massapequa Park Passes Stunning -- And Potentially Expensive -- New Law On Property UpkeepThousands of dollars in fines? Even jail time? They're taking home maintenance seriously in one Long Island village. Make no mistake, a messy lawn can cost you in Massapequa Park.
Massapequa Park Aims To Prevent Foreclosures From Becoming EyesoresMayor James Altadonna has proposed a new law that would charge a bank $500 every time a village employee has to clean up an unkempt property.