Police say Dominick Hatzmarkos, 47, was traveling eastbound on Forest Court when he apparently lost control of his 2008 Nissan Maxima, struck a fence, and crashed into a home at 5 East Drive.
Rep. Steve Israel of Long Island says that one way to slow the sale of made in China products here in America is to prevent them from being sold in our national parks.
Police say as one of the suspects distracted the cashier at the counter, the other two grabbed three cases of beer and quickly left the store.
Victoria Ruvolo of Long Island is lucky to be alive after a 20-pound turkey was thrown through her car windshield in the fall of 2004. She talks about the incident and forgiveness in her new book.
Heavy rain and flooding Sunday has caused power outages, train service disruptions and has stranded motorists throughout the area. So much rain has fallen that New York City set a record for rainfall on Sunday.
Inside Penn Station, thousands were straining their necks watching the schedule monitors while listening for any service changes.
Police say 33-year-old Brian Mullady was driving a Dodge pickup on Smithtown Avenue in Ronkonkoma when it crossed into oncoming traffic just before hitting the Cadillac Escalade.
Neighbor Kathy Meyers says a man, who is 62-years-old, has lived in the home for years without running water and electricity and with raccoons. He was not home when the collapse occurred.
The new control tower has a host of technological advances, including working heat, plus a greater view of the complex, which will make things safer.
Authorities say he was killed after driving through crossing gates. One person aboard the train was hospitalized with a shoulder injury.
Airport commissioner Teresa Rizutto says that last year they raised nearly $50,000 for the Long Island 9-1-1 Veterans charity and they hope to do even more this year.
Right now, two million people a year fly in and out of MacArthur Airport on Long Island.
A 31-year-old woman was found dead in the rubble on the main floor of a home in Ronkonkoma after an early morning fire, officials said.
The railroad was working on a timetable that would take effect only in emergencies, like when service was completely suspended during last month’s blizzard.
Mass transit around the Tri-State finally began to move again after the blizzard brought the commute to a standstill but many suffered a long ride to work this morning and were prepared to face much of the same this afternoon.