Melissa Brengel said the flag was taken from her home on Michael Lane in Huntington Station sometime Monday night.
Town of Brookhaven officials announced Tuesday that they will take legal action against the Long Island Rail Road to clean up a shuttered yard full of toxic chemicals in East Yaphank.
The senator is calling for the improved notification system following three recent burglaries in which suspects posed as National Grid utility workers to gain access to customers’ homes.
Richard Ortiz, 45, of East Meadow, surrendered to police on Tuesday and was charged with second-degree assault.
Christine Nunes, 37, of Lynbrook left the 3-year-old girl in the backseat of a locked 2006 Dodge Caravan while she went inside a Target store, where she stole several items, police said.
North Shore businessman Thomas Cerna came up with the idea for Youthire.com last summer when he needed someone to water his plants while he and his wife went away on vacation.
Monica Peterman, 45, was on her way to work when her car was struck on East Main Street and Route 111 in Smithtown on June 14. Peterman was taken to a local hospital where she died.
Michael Elardo, 48, of Syosset was charged with leaving the scene of an accident after surrendering to police earlier this week.
Shanelle Davis is a senior at Benjamin Cardozo High School in Bayside and will be graduating at the top of her class.
A freelance videographer has settled a civil rights lawsuit against the Suffolk County Police Department, after he was arrested an arrest following an order by a police sergeant to stop taping the arrest of a suspect.
The plane went down around 9 a.m. near the side of a house on Camille Lane in East Patchogue and burst into flames, authorities said.
Mineola officials said they’re trying to preserve the village’s suburban charm with a new ordinance that prohibits paved driveways from taking up more than 25 percent of a front yard.
Suffolk County is considering legislation, dubbed “Kari’s Law,” that would eliminate the need to dial 9 before 911 while staying at a hotel.
Test results confirm a housing development for war veterans on Long Island is contaminated with hazardous materials.
A house being built on the water in Freeport is being called “the monstrosity” by some neighbors.