Police on Long Island and in Queens are investigating separate incidents of holiday decorations being vandalized.
Police said the Plainview widower was on his way to synagogue when he spotted the vandalized homemade treasure toppled and trashed on his front lawn.
Dozens of frustrated drivers found themselves stranded on the side of the road with flat tires during this past weekend’s heavy rainfall.
Graduation was poised to be double the fun at a Long Island high school this year, as 10 sets of multiples – twins and triplets – were set to graduate in the same senior class.
An HOV lane in Plainview near exit 48 was closed for about 15 minutes Monday as police herded several baby geese to safety.
The skimmer was discovered by an ATM repairman last month at the TD Bank on Old Country Road in Plainview. Another skimmer was also found at the outside card entrance.
With temperatures plummeting to the single digits overnight Monday night into Tuesday, a significant fear has mounted that rain-soaked trees will end up covered in ice. And when winds kick up overnight, the ice-coated branches could bring down electric power lines.
The division was tasked with determining the source and cause of the smell, which residents described as a mix between rotten eggs, sewage and gas.
In each case, two or three suspects steal cell phones, backpacks and cash from victims, police said.
Katie Chaput, 22, of Levittown, said the 70-year-old podiatrist invited her to dinner to discuss a raise and began groping her at the restaurant.
Nearly 50 local runners from Long Island survived the Boston Marathon without injury Monday, but they were still left in horror as the bombs went off.
Yahoo! reportedly told workers that speed and quality are sacrificed when employees work from home.
Julie Cirella, 8, was found dead near her wheelchair at her Plainview home last July, hours after failing to appear as the flower girl at a cousin’s wedding.
Imagine this nightmare: someone armed and violent breaks into your home — unaware you are there — and you hide in the closet. But then his steps come closer and the door opens. That’s the plight of this victim, who may have truly saved her own life.
Burton Radish said he couldn’t believe what found on his front lawn on Tuesday morning. He was referring to what was left of a menorah that stood approximately 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide.