The 68 sites in Nassau County and 67 in Suffolk County include spots where hazardous waste was once stored.
There are car parts everywhere around the home on Broadway Avenue in Sayville.
The lawsuit was brought by about a million angry customers who were without power for weeks in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
The flight was about to take off from Philadelphia heading to Long Island’s MacArthur Airport when Albert Rizzi said he was confronted by a flight attendant because his guide dog wouldn’t stay under his seat.
Authorities on Long Island are warning about the hazards of so-called “Skittles” drug parties, which seem to be gaining in popularity.
Police and prosecutors say that between 2009 and 2012, the ring committed more than 45 commercial and residential burglaries on Long Island. The federal indictment of the five men was unsealed Thursday.
A spokesperson for National Grid said crews have begun spraying water during the demolition to prevent dust. The spokesperson added the dust is not toxic.
State PTA President Lana Ajemian announced the group is launching a campaign called “Hear Our Voice,” which aims to convince the state to halt Common Core testing for at least one year.
After a handful of burglaries, residents have been calling each other and using Facebook to make sure no one else becomes a victim.
A vigil was planned in Patchogue, Long Island Saturday, on the five-year anniversary of the hate-driven murder of an Ecuadorean immigrant.
Those caught being drunk and disorderly in Babylon can now be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor carrying a penalty of up to 90 days in jail. Previously, police could only hand out tickets for public drunkenness.
The report from the state Division of Criminal Justice Services obtained by Newsday shows the number of hate crimes rose 200 percent in Suffolk County from 2011 to 2012.
According to Suffolk County Police, Mario Cernas, 19, posted that there would be a shooting during a high school soccer game at the Dowling College Sports Complex in Shirley.
A judge has ruled that a Long Island mother found not guilty because of mental disease in the 2008 drowning of her three children cannot inherit money from their $350,000 estate.
A child severely injured his finger on a piece of exercise equipment in a Long Island Park recently.