LIRR Service Restored After Train Derailment In New Hyde Park"I thank all of the employees who worked around the clock to restore train service so commuters can get where they need to go as easily and efficiently as possible," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Ex-Oyster Bay Official Gets Prison For Tax EvasionA former town official on Long Island will serve more than two years in prison for failing to pay taxes on money he received as a commissioner.
Service Restored With Delays On 3 LIRR Branches After Person Hit By Train Near Mineola StationLong Island Rail Road commuters are facing a messy morning commute after service on three branches was snarled Thursday morning.
Police: Oyster Bay Man Streamed Himself Live Driving DrunkPolice on Sunday said an Oyster Bay, Long Island man drove drunk in the early morning hours – and streamed himself live over the Internet doing so.
Oyster Bay Residents Put The Brakes On Designation As Major Truck RouteThere was a victory Thursday, for a community doing battle against extra-long trucks.
Oyster Bay Football Players Say They're Safer With High-Tech HelmetsOyster Bay, Long Island has begun use of football players with electronic sensors to help prevent head injuries.
Oyster Bay Bans Truck Traffic On Road, But Feds Say Town Doesn't Have JurisdictionThe Federal Highway Administration says only the state has the power to de-designate restrictions on the roadway,
Legal Battle Expected In Narrow Oyster Bay Supervisor's RaceDemocratic political novice John Mangelli leads nine-term Republican John Venditto by just 68 votes.
Oyster Bay High School Using Helmets That Alert Of Hard Hits To HeadOyster Bay is the first school district on Long Island to equip its high school football players with electronic sensors designed to help prevent serious head injuries.
2 People Struck, Killed By LIRR Train In Hollis, QueensLong Island Rail Road customers are facing delays and cancellations on several branches after two people were struck and killed by a train in Hollis, Queens.
Hempstead Town Supervisor Trying To Make It Harder For Door-To-Door SolicitorsResidents in one Long Island community who've had enough with door-to-door solicitors are asking the town supervisor to do something.
Police: Long Island Volunteer Firefighter Charged With ArsonA Long Island volunteer firefighter faces an arson charge in connection with a fire at a historic house last year.

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