Parts Of Long Island Dealing With Flood Waters From Nor'easterFlooding continues to be a problem on Long Island a day after a nor'easter slammed the Tri-State area with high winds and heavy rain.
Dog Rescued After Being Chained In LI Backyard For 15 YearsThe Smithtown-based Guardians of Rescue recovered Bear, an elderly Lab-chow, from a residence in Shirley last week after fielding reports of a dog that appeared to be in need of assistance.
Police Make Arrest In Fatal Shooting Near Hofstra CampusPolice on Long Island have arrested a 17-year-old boy in connection with the fatal shooting of another teen near the campus of Hofstra University last month.
NY Senator Seeks Regulations After Concerns Arise Over Chemical In Long Island WaterA state senator from Long Island is pushing for regulations following concerns over a probable carcinogen in the water.
'We Are Disgusted That Someone Would Deface The Memorial Like This': USMC Seal Stolen From Veterans Memorial On LIThe medallion was stolen from the memorial located on Old Nichols Road and Johnson Avenue some time after midnight Sunday.
Village Of Babylon Enacts Moratorium On New Downtown Bars, RestaurantsThere will be no new bars or restaurants anytime soon in one of the most popular downtown scenes on Long Island.
3 Teens Catch Suspected Purse Thief On Long IslandThree teenagers sprang into action on Long Island to help catch a purse thief.
Suffolk County Officials: Veterans Organizations Need To Submit Paperwork For Marathon PayoutSome veterans organizations in Suffolk County are still waiting for proceeds that were promised to them from the county's inaugural marathon, which was held in September 2015.
Frigid Cold, Icy Conditions Remain As Tri-State Digs Out Of Winter StormThe storm that swept through the area Saturday had moved south and east away from the shore as of Sunday morning, leaving residents to dig out in below-freezing conditions.
Analyst: Resignation Was Right Move For Indicted Oyster Bay Town SupervisorAn analyst said Wednesday that indicted Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto was doing the right thing by resigning.
LI Veteran Organizations Still Waiting For Suffolk County Marathon PayoutRepresentatives from 19 different nonprofits say they have yet to receive their cut of the money raised during the county's first marathon in 2015.
PSEG Long Island Says Price Of Fuel Largely To Blame For Rate HikeLong Island residents will soon see higher energy bills, and a PSEG Long Island said Tuesday that the move is necessary.

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