Thanks to a mosquito testing positive for West Nile virus, for the time being there will be no more overnight camping at a county park on Long Island.
The drowning of a child on Long Island has safety advocates reminding pool owners of mandatory safety laws.
In all, Guarnaccio received eight service medals for his valor that day 71 years ago.
According to Long Beach City Police, the boy was playing in his apartment in the Channel Park Homes complex on Oak Court when shots rang out at 1:20 p.m. Friday.
Riverhead High School senior Karla Vanston has had perfect attendance for 13 years – all the way back since kindergarten.
A Long Island grandmother couldn’t afford the airfare to see her newborn granddaughter, but a local company stepped in to make her dream come true.
Most teenagers take a limo to their prom, but a Long Island student upped the ante this week when he and his date arrived by helicopter.
A highly acclaimed Long Island choir will sing for the pope at an upcoming command performance at the Vatican.
American Pharoah has a shot at the Triple Crown next month at the Belmont Stakes on Long Island, and things will be a little different for fans at Belmont Park next year.
A call has mounted on Long Island for the public to report animal abuse, after nearly a dozen dogs were rescued from alleged drug dealers who were believed to be training them to fight.
A unique approach matches up troubled veterans with companion dogs – and provides healing for both.
Joseph Saccente may have suffered a “medical emergency” while driving northbound on Shore Road in Oakdale around 7:10 a.m. Thursday, Nassau County police said.
It’s hard to imagine with temperatures in the 60s, but a snowman is still standing on Long Island.
There was hearty applause from hundreds of well-wishers in Bay Shore, along with hugs, kisses and birthday wishes for a woman born during World War I and who immigrated to America from Italy with her family.
Snow fell across the Tri-State Area all day Friday, causing travel delays and leaving people fit to be tied on the first day of spring.