A man was arrested Tuesday after police alleged he turned Long Island several red light cameras up to the sky so they would not catch violators.
Flooding west of the Hicksville station halted the Ronkonkoma and Port Jefferson branches of the Long Island Rail Road Thursday evening.
Long Island Rail Road customers are facing delays and cancellations on several branches after two people were struck and killed by a train in Hollis, Queens.
Some Long Island Rail Road riders can expect a tough commute Wednesday after rail officials discovered problems on the Ronkonkoma line.
Nine high school students from Connetquot High School on Long Island have been arrested, after a fight that left a 15-year-old boy’s jaw broken.
Regular weekday service is resuming on the subways and rails a day after a snowstorm shut down the city but commuters should expect delays.
The family placed a sign on the front of the Ronkonkoma home that reads in part ‘Christmas Slasher, We Have A Video Surveillance System.’
Police on Long Island and in Queens are investigating separate incidents of holiday decorations being vandalized.
A Long Island psychiatrist was charged Tuesday with unlawfully selling prescriptions for Xanax, Ritalin and other controlled substances without any legitimate medical purpose.
Suffolk County and the towns of Islip and Brookhaven have declared states of emergency after what County Executive Steve Bellone called an “unprecedented” deluge.
With just nine days left before a potential Long Island Rail Road strike, the MTA has made its contingency plan public.
Officials are concerned that the departure of LIRR President Helena Williams could cause problems for ongoing projects.
Vincent Heilig, 30, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested Wednesday for six home burglaries. Police later determined Heilig was responsible for four other home burglaries in Ronkonkoma and Medford.
Suffolk County police Fourth Precinct detectives were on the scene after complaints about drug activity in Ronkonkoma, and pulled over a driver who committed several traffic violations, police said.
A Long Island woman is accused of stealing jewelry from the homes of people who hired her to tutor their special needs children.