Port Jefferson Station
The Tutinos called in an electrician, who told the family their condo was not properly grounded to their utility’s wiring.
A man was arrested Tuesday charged with robbing a Port Jefferson Station Rite Aid pharmacy of cash and Oxycontin pills.
Police said a couple was out to dinner with friends at the Long Island Pour House Bar and Grill on Patchogue Road when they were confronted by the woman’s ex boyfriend in the parking lot.
Police in Suffolk County arrested a man Tuesday, shortly after he allegedly tried to rob a bank, but walked away with nothing.
Gas stations on or near main highways or expressways will be required to have transfer switches so that generator power can be used.
Two nursing home aides are accused of taking disturbing photos and videos of residents at multiple nursing homes on Long Island.
The $25.6 million project at the busy intersection of Routes 347 and 112 at Port Jefferson Station is designed to improve traffic flow and safety.
Ellen Burkheimer used the money she collected to buy heroin and pay her rent and other personal expenses, according to police.
Jennifer O’Leary, 25, of Stony Brook, was arrested Thursday after police said she stole a pocketbook belonging to a 77-year-old woman who was shopping at Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace on Route 112.
Police said 39-year-old David Bradley activated emergency lights he had on his vehicle and pulled over a 19-year-old driver following a road rage incident on Sunday afternoon.
“They were good, very good. They were convincing. I’m not embarrassed. I’m angry,” 73-year-old Barbara Burtch.
His attorney, James McElhone, says Dr. Frank Telang is a “widely respected doctor” and has “absolutely” done nothing wrong.
Everyone is beaming with pride at one Long Island high school where two coaches are being hailed as heroes.