Tom Archer has lost count of how times he’s helped victims of car accidents on Smithtown Boulevard. His son was 15 when an accident on the road left him brain damaged.
Three alligators were turned in this weekend at the first-ever amnesty program for owners of illegal reptiles in Suffolk County.
It might have been cute when you first got it, but now that snake, lizard, or alligator may be a little to much to handle. If that’s your situation, Saturday is the day for your day.
The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will be holding an amnesty day later this month, where anyone who is keeping an illegal reptile can turn the animal in, no questions asked.
Parents and friends of the disabled were set to protest against proposed state budget cuts on Long Island Saturday.
Walter Amerbach, 21, has been charged with 11 counts of petit larceny, Suffolk County police said.
Police said 44-year-old Robert Slavonik was pulling out of a Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot when his Dodge pickup truck struck the school bus.
Special equipment is needed to clear heavy snow piled up to three feet in spots. But Newsday reports that a 1936 state statute limits how much towns can spend on heavy machinery.
In Smithtown, 70 employees used two dozen vehicles to plow snow-covered streets overnight before loading the snow onto trucks and hauling it away.
On Tuesday, as schools reopened, many still want to know what went wrong after a scramble to clear campuses of a snowy mess.
While all lanes of the Long Island Expressway finally reopened Monday morning, many local roads in Suffolk County were still covered with thick sheets of snow and ice later in the day.
Charles Richie’s property at 21 Heather Drive in the quaint Kings Park community is littered with piles of scrap metal, wood, paper goods, broken electronics, tools and broken furniture.
Charles Richie’s property at 21 Heather Drive in the quaint Kings Park community is littered with piles of scrap metal, wood, and broken furniture.
The cause of the road collapse is under investigation.
A Long Island town official is calling for vehicles damaged in Superstorm Sandy to be scrapped for salvage so they can’t be resold.