North Shore Garbage Strike Has Residents Worried About VerminMultiple villages on Long Island's North Shore are worried about vermin that may be attracted to piles of uncollected garbage.
‘She Was Very Fortunate,’ Tree Slams Into Bedroom Minutes After Woman Gets UpBrutal winds caused damage and created a commuter mess for the ride home. The powerful winds ripped the roof off of a Queens gas station sending customers scrambling.
North Shore Residents Worry ‘McMansions’ Will Take The Charm From Their CommunitySome neighbors have been pushing back, saying the huge homes are taking away from the charm of their community.
Proposal To Surround East Hills With ‘Ring Of Steel’ Raises Civil Liberties ConcernsOne of the wealthiest suburban communities -- East Hills in Nassau County -- wants to go high tech to keep homeowners safe.
5 Best Surfing Towns In The USProfiling five of the very best surf towns in America
Car Ends Up In Water At Long Island Boat Launching RampA car ended up in the water Friday afternoon on a boat loading ramp on the North Shore of Long Island.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Long Island Sound Threatens Hundreds Of North Shore HomesThe Long Island Sound that is causing some serious erosion concerns on the North Shore of Long Island.
13 Long Island Beaches Closed To Swimming Due To Bacteria ConcernsHealth officials have closed 13 Long Island beaches to swimming because of concerns about bacteria levels.
Bulldozing Of Prime Woodland Infuriates Environmentalists On Long IslandSome Long Islanders are irate, claiming important environmental laws were circumvented to make way for upscale condos.
Summer After Sandy: Slow Road Back In BayvilleOne of only two main roadways leading to the tiny community was washed out by superstorm Sandy and business owners really suffered.
West Shore Road Reopens Connecting Oyster Bay To BayvilleNassau County Executive Ed Mangano and other officials cut the ribbon on Monday and Tuesday was the first morning drive for it since Sandy.
EXCLUSIVE: Eyesore National Grid Plant's Demise May Mean Problems For Nearby TownsIt has been a fixture on the Long Island landscape since the 1920s -- and not a pretty one. An old power plant is finally coming down, but residents nearby said they are worried about their taxes going way up.