More than a dozen 70-year-old trees were suddenly chopped down in one Long Island, and now residents, stuck with unslightly stumps, are demanding answers.
Kenneth Iacono of North Hempstead was convicted in 2011 and fined for violating a town code prohibiting the feeding and harboring of wild pigeons. He was in State Supreme Court Thursday hoping to get the conviction tossed.
While many commuters are looking forward to the Long Island Rail Road’s expansion into Grand Central Terminal, those in one Long Island town are a bit wary.
Officials in a Long Island town said this week that they have to scare off invasive Canada geese, and now must resort to euthanasia.
A Long Island man whose son committed suicide after he was bullied at school led the Bullying Awareness Walk Saturday.
Hempstead is just one of many Nassau County towns that is dealing with this pricey problem. In Garden City, neighborhoods are strewn with uprooted stumps and shattered sidewalks.
Wednesday was 12-12-12 and that meant thousands of couples around the country and around the world tied the knot on the once-a-century date.
As of Saturday afternoon, the Long Island Power Authority reported that 130 of its customers are without power, most of which reside in Hempstead, Oyster Bay and North Hempstead.
It has been a problem over the heads of residents in the town of North Hempstead, Long Island for years.
One Long Island town has an environmentally friendly way to dispose of those leaves on your front lawn.
On Long Island, about 89,000 customers remain in the dark as of Thursday night, but there is some power progress being made.
Christopher Heron, 35, was charged with second-degree murder.
Gay couples cheered by supporters began marrying Sunday in New York City on the on the landmark day that New York became the sixth and largest state to recognize same-sex weddings.
The sweltering, humid weather that made stepping out the front door like stepping into a hot, slick sponge kept its hold on the Tri-State area Tuesday.
New York City officials announced Wednesday they would open their clerks’ offices in all five boroughs for a full day July 24, saying gay couples should not be made to wait one day longer to wed.