Officials announced new, nationwide security measures for standardized test-takers on Tuesday aimed at preventing another testing scandal like the one that rocked Long Island.
Drugs and teens – the struggles and challenges are constantly evolving. Keeping them away from each other is the goal.
Paul Faulk, an 18-year-old community college student with no law enforcement or business experience, has launched his candidacy for Port Washington police commissioner.
Officials say four men, apparently intoxicated, were in a row boat that overturned near the town dock in Port Washington.
Residents in coastal areas of Long Island are being told to evacuate their homes as Hurricane Irene makes its way up the East Coast.
Some of the dogs and cats at the North Shore Animal League in Port Washington have been through some tough times, including abuse and neglect. That is why Cara Taback hopes generous people will make special donations.
If you live in New York City you know all about alternate side of the street parking, enabling streets to be cleaned. But residents in one Long Island community could soon see their own version of the rule for a completely different reason.
The Long Island Rail Road says it expects to have regular service restored by Friday morning, however, it will continue to have a “significantly reduced” rush-hour schedule Thursday afternoon.
There is no light at the end of the tunnel for Long Island Rail Road commuters — at least until Friday at the earliest.
More than 700 animals are up for adoption at the annual North Shore Animal League Pet Adopt-A-Thon in Port Washington, and NFL football player Jarvis Green is there to help out.
More than 800 animals are up for adoption this weekend at a Long Island adopt-a-thon.
Officials say the 51-year-old owner of a Port Washington jewelry store called for an ambulance after falling ill at the Manorhaven Boulevard shop Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of Long Island high school students are spending their winter break at Island Harvest in Uniondale helping to prepare and distribute food for the needy.
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.
Seventy dogs and puppies rescued from an Arkansas puppy mill will be thoroughly evaluated, spayed or neutered prior to adoption.