The LIRR said equipment breakdowns like the one riders experienced on Wednesday could happen “at a moment’s notice” until it can make permanent repairs to a faulty signal system.
Christian Killoran is trying to legally force the district to admit his son into its middle school.
A Westhampton Beach student wants to continue to be mainstreamed and remain with his friends, sibling and classmates.
It happened just before 9 p.m. Sunday on Little East Neck Road near Gordon Avenue in West Babylon.
Edgar Medina, of Brentwood, was charged with burglary, grand larceny and possession of burglar tools.
The state Department of Transportation has withdrawn its bid to build a rest area off the Long Island Expressway in Huntington, between exits 51 and 52.
Ingrid Gordon-Patterson was convicted in June of criminal sale of a prescription, conspiracy and criminal possession of a weapon.
South Nassau has been playing the lullaby for about two weeks now, and hospital spokesman Joe Calderone said the impact has been wonderful.
The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is ready to make a move to rescue hundreds of animals from a Long Island home.
The video was recorded Saturday by a West Hempstead couple waiting to see a movie. As of Wednesday morning, the video had been viewed nearly 90,000 times.
The attack took place around 12:45 p.m. at victim Irma Grossman’s home in Oceanside.
Kendell Owens, 31, apologized as he was led away in handcuffs on his way to court Wednesday morning.
PSEG Long Island said it hopes to have everyone’s power restored by Thursday night.
Thursday marks 70 years since the United States dropped the first of two atomic bombs on Japan, ultimately ending World World II.
An early morning storm has knocked out power to thousands of customers on Long Island and snarled rail service for LIRR riders.