Federal agents and police raided nearly a dozen 7-Eleven stores on Long Island Monday as part of an investigation into identity theft and human smuggling.
The kidney was successfully transplanted June 3 at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, just in time for the family to celebrate Father’s Day.
There is anger and heartbreak on Long Island after a catering hall closed down with no warning.
“We’re seeing an increase in the extreme events and increase in damage associated with them as we’ve become more vulnerable,” said Louis Uccellini, Director of the National Weather Service.
Daniel Sheehan could face the rest of his life behind bars for planting a dud bomb at a Long Island store.
Eight residents of the Bristal Assisted Living Communities have been taking part in a unique program at the stables at HorseAbility on the SUNY Old Westbury campus.
A heartless prank left a young man with a broken heart on Long Island, after his wheelchair was stolen from his home.
“International service would be a real boom,” Schumer said during a press conference Monday. “It’s a win-win. International flights provide Long Islander’s with direct access to popular vacation spots and it helps our local economy.”
Backpacks, coolers, luggage and large bags are banned from going beyond the parking lot of the race track.
Many of those arrested in the month-long sting, dubbed “Operation Flush the Johns,” include lawyers, bankers, teachers and medical professionals.
A new survey shows that even in the wake of Sandy and Irene most coastal residents maintain a false sense of security and aren’t taking proper action to prepare for hurricanes, said John Miller, CEO of the American Red Cross on Long Island.
After seven months of limited service and an estimated $650 million in hurricane damage, regular service on the A train is rolling through the Rockaways.
A 53-year-old Staten Island man raised his thumb into the air Wednesday – an act just two weeks ago that he thought would be impossible ever to accomplish again.
U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) of Long Island thinks the recent Ranbaxy case shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may be asleep at the wheel.
Chaim Weiss was found murdered in November 1986. Police said the 15-year-old was stabbed to death in his sleep at the Mesivta of Long Beach.
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