Two people were killed by Long Island Rail Road commuter trains in separate incidents Saturday, according to a published report.
Five LIRR workers were hurt; three refused medical aid and two others were taken to nearby hospitals for non life-threatening injuries.
Long Island Rail Road service is back to normal after it was suspended Friday on several lines when a man was struck and killed on the tracks in New Hyde Park.
Bitter arctic air has a firm grip on the Tri-State Area and isn’t about to let go anytime soon.
An environmental assessment is under way on building an additional track from Ronkonkoma, one of the railroad’s busiest stations, to Farmingdale. Only one track runs between the stations, which are about 18 miles apart.
Temporary repairs to an East River Amtrak tunnel have allowed for the reopening of a number of lines but with a reduced number of trains able to travel through the tunnel.
It was an emotional goodbye at the funeral for Officer Joseph Olivieri at St. Joseph Church in Ronkonkoma Monday.
A sea of blue is expected to dominate Ronkonkoma, as a police officer killed on the Long Island Expressway is laid to rest.
Another alligator has been found on Long Island. The latest gator was found in Lilly Pond Park in Ronkonkoma.
A family’s frantic search for a missing Farmingville girl is over.
Four women — three employees and one customer — were bitten by a 2-year-old pit bull named Gino at the Hounds Town USA facility in Ronkonkoma around 7:30 p.m. Thursday, police said.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney attended two fundraisers on Long Island Thursday evening. The two fundraisers were held at private homes in Old Brookville and Muttontown.
Suffolk County police say the driver of an SUV was killed in a fiery crash with a Long Island Rail Road train. Nobody on the train was hurt.
The injuries on these cats are horrific,” Guardians of Rescue’s Karen Svonik said. “Two of the mamas were sitting on the shelter, shaking together, the babies strewn about the colony. Somebody viciously pulled the babies out and proceeded to crush them with some type of object.”
Firefighter Richard Nappi’s viewing at the Maloney’s Funeral Home in Lake Ronkonkoma will continue Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.