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.
Marie Colvin, an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times, died Wednesday from government shelling in the city of Homes.
Nassau Police say James Watt sold the stolen art to Coin Galleries of Oyster Bay. There’s no word on how much he sold them for.
After one man died from West Nile Virus and a number of mosquitos tested positive for the virus, the Nassau County health department has decided to spray the pesticide Scourge.
Police say 20-year-old Nicole Ottaiano is responsible for a shocking crime. Ottaiano has pleaded not guilty. Bail was set at $5,000.
Residents in coastal areas of Long Island are being told to evacuate their homes as Hurricane Irene makes its way up the East Coast.
Otters have rarely been seen in the region for much of the last century due to hunting and pollution. But in recent years, naturalists have spotted the mammals with increasing frequency.
Heavy rain and flooding Sunday has caused power outages, train service disruptions and has stranded motorists throughout the area. So much rain has fallen that New York City set a record for rainfall on Sunday.
Currently, there are almost 40,000 vacant homes or apartments on the island.
Guercia, 35, was pulled over after officers saw him swerving as he left Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa, according to police.
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.
The U.S. senator says the National Park Service should help renovate a Long Island Rail Road station once used by President Theodore Roosevelt.
The days of having to park far away and take a shuttle bus are over!
Mass transit around the Tri-State finally began to move again after the blizzard brought the commute to a standstill but many suffered a long ride to work this morning and were prepared to face much of the same this afternoon.
Homeowners in Smithtown are unhappy over a plan that would force them to shell out thousands of dollars to repair crumbling sidewalks.