This Fourth of July weekend holds special meeting for a Long Island veteran, who was observing the tenth anniversary of injuries that nearly killed him in Iraq.
A David and Goliath fight of sorts continues to heat up on Long Island – with a small country community pitted against big-city money.
United Riverhead Terminal Inc. says the expansion in the Northville section of Riverhead will bring more jobs and cheaper gas prices.
Police on Long Island believe a pothole is to blame for the death of a motorcyclist.
Making matters worse, much of the roadways are covered in black ice.
Police on Long Island are trying to find out who called in bomb threats to two high schools in Riverhead.
Police in Riverhead credit a 7-year-old child with helping save the life of a man trapped in a fire.
Unless Riverhead residents living on private roads have their streets declared public, they’ll no longer receive town snow-plowing services.
Two people have been slashed in separate incidents at suburban New York stores on Black Friday, but authorities say the crimes were not related to shopping.
A woman who lives at a house on Segal Avenue said she heard several shots fired. Then two men ran into her house.
A giant scrap metal heap has neighbors in one Long Island town worried about what they’re breathing in.
The Coast Guard said it received a report from another aircraft in the area of a small, white plane in the water about eight miles off Mattituck Inlet.
The victim was attacked from behind around 10:30 p.m. on June 1 near the Long Island Railroad tracks on Maple Avenue after leaving church.
On Long Island – where early crops are normally going strong this time of year – there are delays that will soon impact prices.
For parents, identifying a teen who needs some tough love can be a tough decision. Some are forcing their kids to stand face to face with hardened criminals, hoping they’ll clean up their act.