After a six-day journey through the Midwest, the North Shore Animal League America van backed up to the Port Washington shelter, where volunteers and staff eagerly awaited their arrival.
Artem G. Ayzen, 25, of Brooklyn was rollerblading on North Country Road around 10:55 p.m. Wednesday when he was struck by a vehicle that fled the scene, police said.
The storm is churning up big waves all along the Atlantic coast as it travels northward.
The renewed call for greater safety measures comes on the heels of an accident that badly injured a 10-year-old boy.
Long Island’s largest school district has removed fatty snacks and drinks from vending machines.
Top state honors were issued Friday for a Long Island man who risked it all in the D-Day invasion that led to victory in World War II.
The Coast Guard reports 20 percent of all accidents on waterways are the result of alcohol impaired boaters.
A children’s choir on Long Island has seen immense success even in the face of school budget cuts, as they get ready for a big performance.
Two Sandy-damaged beaches on Long Island have been fully restored, and are now ready to open for Memorial Day.
Prom season comes with big dangers on the roadways, as some students at Wyandanch High School learned from a very real prop demonstrating the hazards.
State lawmakers exempted the state from having to reimburse drivers for pothole-releated damages during winter months.
U.S. Labor Department statistics show that out of 3 million recent college grads, 36 percent have no job or one they doesn’t require a degree.
Some towns on Long Island have already blown their snow budgets and the season is only halfway over.
Dozens of school districts have declared a snow day and plows are back out clearing highways as the latest winter storm smacks Long Island.
New York Lottery officials are trying to track down the owner of a $1 million Powerball ticket purchased on Long Island in July.