Richard Becher, 50, was struck in the head by a ball while pitching batting practice to his son’s team at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank on Saturday.
Frank Nicholas, 27, was arrested Wednesday and charged with second-degree burglary, police said.
A federal judge stopped the work set to begin because the society believes a tiny bird that nests along the shore, the piping plover, would be unable to get around the bigger dunes.
It could be a few years before a popular pavilion at a Long Island beach is fully functional following a devastating weekend fire.
Scott Shea, 30, was arrested Monday and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
The county will assist in the development and reinvention of the hub with the aim of creating an environment that young people desire.
A study on the short term effects of residual dust from the World Trade Center on rats showed some nerve damage, according to Winthrop-University Hospital Researchers.
A high school senior had been excited for the upcoming football season, but was told on a day before the first practice that he cannot play because he is too old at 19.
Nassau County police have started seizing vehicles of motorists arrested for DWI and holding them while the cases proceed through the courts.
It’s taking longer than expected to get a Long Island hospital shuttered by Superstorm Sandy functioning again and many residents and officials are getting impatient.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice on Monday announced a five-point plan to help combat texting while driving.
More than a dozen leaflets were found Sunday in West Babylon and Shirley, Suffolk County police said. Similar fliers were found in Hampton Bays in July and August.
One of two men charged this week, with bias crimes for allegedly targeting the elderly in a chimney repair scam, cited ‘family’ as his reason for the crime, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota.
Nassau County Court Judge Jerald Carter told 34-year-old Darrell Fuller on Friday that the sentence would be a “prelude to the hell that may await you.”
The bill, which is sponsored by Legis. Kara Hahn (D-Setauket), is intended “to protect lifeguards from the harmful effects of ultraviolet light while on duty.”