A friendly competition has been waged on Long Island over Christmas lights, pitting neighbor against neighbor.
Insurance companies are now paying for costly CT scans for longtime smokers over the age of 55.
The flu bug is hitting Long Island hard this year and the number of reported cases since October have more than tripled over last year.
The remains of a New York City soldier missing from the Korean War will be buried next to the mother who ached for his return.
A flood watch is in effect through late Tuesday night for New York City, parts of Long Island, Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Putnam counties as well as for parts of Connecticut, New Jersey.
If you are looking for a new puppy, dozens had just arrived on Long Island Monday from the West Coast.
On this Black Friday, it wasn’t just shoppers that had new additions to their homes– but pet lovers, too.
Hundreds of energetic, healthy dogs and cats fill the Hempstead Town Shelter; but soon, many of them will be headed to loving new homes.
A popular holiday light show is returning after going dark for seven years due to budget cuts.
On the eve on the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, dozens of volunteers picked up hammers and saws to help a desperate Queens family reclaim their storm-damaged home.
Folks lined up at Adventureland on Route 110 to ride the Hurricane one last time.
A record crowd turned out Saturday to raise money and awareness for down syndrome.
On Long Island, a massive construction project is underway to build Suffolk County’s first children’s hospital.
First there was an uproar over speeding tickets in Nassau County school zones. But now there is a proposal to install warning lights.
A federal judge stopped the work set to begin because the society believes a tiny bird that nests along the shore, the piping plover, would be unable to get around the bigger dunes.