A Long Island school, one of the first in the nation to be named for President John F. Kennedy, spent Friday honoring his legacy on the 50th anniversary of his death.
The Marines unloaded more than 2,000 turkeys donated by Stop & Shop for the upcoming holidays.
Just days after Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed a bill banning the sale of tobacco products to anyone under age 21, a similar effort has launched in Suffolk County.
When complete, Jefferson Plaza will consist of 154 units of luxury housing and retail space.
The deal is part of a $2.76 billion budget for 2014. The plan won unanimous approval.
The state Board of Regents approved a plan to trim down the time allotted for the math exam by 20 minutes and the English assessment by 10 minutes.
Sixteen new trucks along with a new computerized communications system should prevent the kind of snow plowing disaster that occurred last winter, Highways Superintendent Dan Losquadro said.
The fire broke out around 11:45 p.m. Thursday at a home on Fourth Avenue in Huntington Station.
Kenneth Iacono of North Hempstead was convicted in 2011 and fined for violating a town code prohibiting the feeding and harboring of wild pigeons. He was in State Supreme Court Thursday hoping to get the conviction tossed.
About 800 people packed into the Mineola High School auditorium in Garden City Park on Wednesday night to give Commissioner John King Jr. an earful.
There’s little doubt that Gotti is nursing a stab wound, but other circumstances surrounding the story are a mystery.
A fire Sept. 24 at the Gabila’s plant in Copiague, Long Island, damaged the machinery that makes the company’s biggest seller – “The Original Coney Island Square Knish,” which also come filled with kasha or spinach.
Dramatic rescues were under way Saturday in the Philippines, after the historic super Typhoon Haiyan left behind massive destruction.
Images from the eye of the storm show mountains of debris floating through waterlogged streets, rain falling in torrential sheets and powerful winds bringing down trees and power lines.
A disturbing pattern of break-ins has been plaguing Long Island, with houses being targeted in the middle of the day when no one is home.