People have found themselves fed up with the hassle of plowing, shoveling and salting. In fact, people have been pushed to the edge to the point where they have been taking out their frustrations on plow drivers.
The two victims were taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Twenty-three semi-automatic weapons, including a fully-loaded Tec-9, were turned in Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Brownsville. There also were 31 revolvers, seven rifles and shotguns and 10 zip or starter guns.
GREECE, N.Y. (AP) — A suburban Rochester man faces charges after telling the Secret Service of a desire to kill former President George W. Bush. Ian Rotunno was detained Oct. 7 after he abruptly left […]
Tensions are rising as the state nears the Sept. 1 start date to collect taxes on cigarettes sold by Indian tribes.