A Selden man was arrested for driving while intoxicated following a wrong way crash that seriously injured two people on Sunday morning.
Some towns on Long Island have already blown their snow budgets and the season is only halfway over.
Nina Gebarowski, 38, of Selden, covered her face and apologized as she left the courthouse in Central Islip Friday. Gebarowski is accused of driving drunk with her 2-year-old daughter in the car when she hit a pedestrian in Selden who was walking with his 4-year-old son.
Police were searching Saturday for a suspect in the fire that gutted a tanning salon in Selden, Long Island, early on Christmas Day.
Thomas Green, 66, of Selden, died of cancer Thursday night at Stony Brook University Medical Center, attorney Ronald Kuby said.
The reptile amnesty event at a Petco in Selden was organized by the Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in coordination with New York state and federal wildlife authorities.
Prosecutors dropped their objections to releasing 66-year-old Thomas Green after a doctor confirmed reports that the man is likely dying of cancer.
The Suffolk County SPCA says owners of illegal pets, such as venomous snakes, constrictors, alligators or other dangerous reptiles, will be able to surrender their animals without a penalty.
A notorious Long Island sex offender scored a victory in court Monday, as a judge ordered that he be retried or set free.
Lt. Michael Cosgrove will receive the Liberty Mutual National Firemark Award for Heroism for saving the lives of his neighbors during a fire two years ago.
A Long Island teen was in serious condition Sunday night, hospitalized with head injuries after a hit-and-run crash.
The incident took place at a home at 4 Choate Ave. in Selden at 7:14 p.m. The house and the vehicle both caught fire, Suffolk County police said in a news release.
The Town of Brookhaven has been heavily criticized for taking days to plow many streets, and now a couple said after the plows finally came, the drivers caused a flood.
It wasn’t only the roads on Long Island that were affected by the blizzard, the snow also proved to be too much for some buildings including a Selden home that had been standing for more than four decades.
Even for those who chose to stay home in Suffolk County, the blizzard that rocked the Tri-State Area on Friday into Saturday has been nightmare.