Police on Long Island said Wednesday that they have found the man who spray-painted graffiti using the name “Timothy of the Seven Seas.”
Long Island Rail Road vending machines are a quick and easy way for thousands of riders to get tickets. However, investigators fear that some passengers may have been taken for a ride before even getting on a train.
Suffolk County police on Saturday were holding a man who was caught in Buffalo, after he allegedly stole three vehicles and robbed two banks in a period of five days.
The planned “scoot” trains would offer faster, more frequent service from places like Brooklyn to Jamaica, Oyster Bay to Mineola, and Ronkonkoma to Riverhead.
Officers from the Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau have rescued two men from a sinking boat in the Long Island Sound.
It happened back on June 14 at It’s All Greek To Me Pizza on Main Street in Port Jefferson.
Two women charged with caring for elderly patients faced a Long Island judge Tuesday, accused of beating an 88-year-old man in his nursing home bed because he didn’t want to shower.
Five LIRR workers were hurt; three refused medical aid and two others were taken to nearby hospitals for non life-threatening injuries.
The enhanced security at the ferry terminals was first put into place following the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
Long Island Rail Road service is back to normal after it was suspended Friday on several lines when a man was struck and killed on the tracks in New Hyde Park.
A Long Island man may have solved one of the perpetual annoyances of living in the telephone age.
Temporary repairs to an East River Amtrak tunnel have allowed for the reopening of a number of lines but with a reduced number of trains able to travel through the tunnel.
The only catch is that drivers will drivers will have to pay a 40-cent surcharge each time they use the app.
Some residents say the noise is keeping them awake at night and the complaints have led to a new noise code that, if approved, would fine violators $250 or more.
Thursday was a gorgeous day for a bike ride, but Long Islanders know that they can’t ride the bike to the beach, as the state-run bike trails stop short. But that will soon change.