For the first time in history, mayors on Long Island’s elite Gold Coast seem willing to sacrifice exclusivity to work cooperatively and develop joint programs.
If you are looking for a new puppy, dozens had just arrived on Long Island Monday from the West Coast.
As a controversial mini-casino becomes a reality on Long Island, residents of Nassau County want to know its location and hours.
Nassau County police are investigating after three suspects, two of which are said to have worn what looked to be UPS uniforms, robbed a home in Elmont around 7:45 p.m. Friday.
The agency says about 250 officers are expected to leave. It currently has 2,257 members.
The Nassau group “Residents Opposing School Zone Speed Cameras” is protesting what protestors call a deceitful money grab masquerading as a child safety initiative.
Lawyer Calls For Probe In Nassau Co. Arrest, Alleged Beating Of Salvadoran National; Alleges Racial Targeting
There’s a call for the Justice Department to investigate the actions of Nassau County police in the recent arrest and beating of a Salvadoran national.
A deserving serviceman and his family were handed the keys to their new home Monday. It is a subsidized house, built over the last five months by other veterans working in their spare time.
Police have reported nearly 30 recent break-ins, mostly south of the Northern State Parkway from Manhasset Hills east to Roslyn Heights around Shelter Rock and Searingtown roads.
Police said 66-year-old Patricia Ward was killed by her son, 35-year-old Derek Ward, who then killed himself by stepping into the path of an oncoming Long Island Rail Road train.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will spend nearly half a billion dollars on Long Island for water and sewage projects, including $383 million to help get homes in Suffolk County hooked up to sewers.
Starting next year, the Long Island-based group Parents for Megan’s Law will begin monitoring the online activities of Nassau County’s registered sex offenders.
Getting to the root of a problem is one thing — but what happens when the root is the problem?
On Monday, a Long Island community honored first responders for the lives that they helped save by using a drug that brings overdosing addicts back to life.
Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder (D-Far Rockaway) and Nassau County Leg. Howard Kopel are urging the state to improve local roads needed for emergency evacuations during disasters.