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.
Some Long Island Rail Road commuters faced delays after an engineer spotted a body on the tracks in Oyster Bay.
Police sources told CBS 2 the charges stem from two incidents over the last 10 days — that he exposed himself to an 8-year-old girl and inappropriately touched her.
Rosendo “Rusty” Torres wasn’t a household name when he played two years for the Yankees back in the 1970s, but everyone knows him in one Massapequa neighborhood, and they can’t believe he’s being accused of sexually abusing a child.
Federal funding to preserve, protect and restore Long Island Sound expired in 2011.
Across from the famed Oheka Castle on the border splitting Nassau and Suffolk counties sits an 18-acre mulching business that many local residents claim is a polluting eyesore.
The Marie Colvin Convoy for Freedom of Syria, which started in Los Angeles last week, is expected to arrive at the East Norwich home of Colvin’s family on Friday.
Marie Colvin, an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times, died on Feb. 22 from government shelling in the city of Homs.
A wake is being held this weekend on Long Island for award-winning journalist Marie Colvin who was killed last month while covering the recent ongoing violence in Syria.
180 people thought their money was going into a 401(k) retirement plans, but D.A. Thomas Spota said it was really going into Soni’s pockets.
The-56-year-old from Oyster Bay was killed last month along with a French photographer while covering the violence in the Syrian city of Homs.
Colvin, a Long Island native who worked for Britain’s Sunday Times, was killed along with French photographer late last month during shelling inside the besieged city of Homs.
The Red Cross said Friday that it is transporting the remains of American reporter Marie Colvin, originally of Oyster Bay, and French photographer Remi Ochlik to Damascus.
In the video, an activist says he is in a cemetery in the neighborhood of Baba Amr, where Marie Colvin, a native of Oyster Bay, was killed.
Oyster Bay native Marie Colvin died Wednesday in a rocket attack on the besieged city of Homs. The 56-year-old was an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times.