This weekend, tighter controls were in effect after locals met earlier in the week to tell officials they’d had enough.
They complain that young people are regularly responsible for public drunkenness and excessive noise.
The dangerous and venomous Portuguese man o’ war has now been spotted along Long Island from Robert Moses State Park all the way to Montauk, according to an environmental group.
Summer is around the corner, and that means it’s time to plan that weekend escape.
A Long Island Rail Road train has hit and killed a person, disrupting service on the Montauk branch.
Regular weekday service is resuming on the subways and rails a day after a snowstorm shut down the city but commuters should expect delays.
It’s been 18 months since Sandy struck and now on the cusp of the 2014 hurricane season, Montauk residents are calling the federal emergency project to protect their vulnerable East End community pathetic.
An investment fund manager has admitted in a Long Island courtroom to stealing nearly $100 million of investors’ money in a Ponzi scheme that helped fund his interest in a Hamptons resort.
The party bus that police said was full of drunken teens Monday night is completely trashed, company owner Matt Delaney said.
There were 42 people, all ages 16 and 17, in various stages of intoxication aboard the limo bus, police said.
A woman was killed and two other victims were transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in East Patchogue, according to the report.
If convicted, Brian Callahan and Adam J. Manson each face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison on each of the securities fraud, wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud counts.
The father of rescued lobsterman John Aldridge said his son survived 12 hours in shark-infested waters — without a life jacket — by thinking about his family.
Beachgoers have been advised to be on the lookout, as dozens of venomous Portuguese man o’ war have been washed ashore on beaches along the East End of Long Island.
As summer approaches, some families are trading their year-round homes in East Hampton, for “trailers.” And it’s all to make some serious cash.