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.
A Pennsylvania man was in court Monday, charged with bilking Long Island homeowners out of thousands of dollars for air conditioning work he never performed.
Police in Nassau County were searching Wednesday night for an unidentified person who drew swastikas with chalk on 14 cars in Bethpage and Massapequa Park.
Thousands 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.
Mayor 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.
Graduating students of Farmingdale State College arrived for commencement on Saturday morning. And just steps away was a congratulatory message, mixed with a message of sadness for the two students who died in a plane crash on Wednesday.
When a Long Island contractor heard about the story of a cancer patient, he had to help.
Police are investigating after someone apparently used those vehicles for target practice overnight.
As part of a free trial period, parking sensors were placed along Park Boulevard in Massapequa Park, Long Island.
Police arrested Francisco Sanchez, Marvin Escobar, Robert Alcantara and Jose Castro Friday morning after cops say they stole jewelry from a home in East Patchogue.
The Giants take on the Patriots in Indianapolis next weekend for Super Bowl XLVI and there is a party promotion on Long Island that is almost too good to be true.
Police said since Dec. 9, teams of two have targeted senior citizens in Wantagh, Massapequa Park, Jericho, West Hempstead, Oceanside and Merrick.
A recent rash of distraction burglaries is continuing on Long Island. This time the two suspects allegedly targeted an Oceanside woman on her 89th birthday around noon on Wednesday.
Nassau County police say the burglaries happened seven times in the past two weeks.
Massapequa Park will be the first Long Island municipality to use electronic sensors embedded in the street to detect illegally parked vehicles.