At least three elderly people have been victims of recent so-called “distraction burglaries,” police said.
Scott Greene, Former Suffolk Police Sergeant, Hit With More Charges Of Stealing From Hispanic Drivers
Twenty more victims have accused Scott Greene of stealing from them, bringing the total number of alleged victims to 26.
A raging fire ripped through four stores and killed one person on Friday night.
Dorka Lopez, 41, of Brentwood, said nothing to the judge during her arraignment Friday at First District Court in Central Islip, but through her lawyer proclaimed her innocence.
The Suffolk County Water Authority wants to assure residents in the Town of Islip, where a number of contaminated dumping sites were recently discovered, that the water is safe to drink and bathe in.
A grand jury has indicted at least six employees of a Long Island nursing home in connection with the death of a 72-year-old patient.
In the past eight months PSEG Long Island customers have seen increase after increase in their monthly bills because of power supply charges.
Lt. Christopher Barrella, who is white, had accused the village of awarding the police chief’s job to a Hispanic officer with few qualifications and a lower test score.
FEMA picked up the $350,000 cost to repair the damage. The park has a lighted baseball field as well as three soccer fields.
DA: Illegal Dumping Investigation Reveals Banned Pesticides, Dangerous Metals At 2 Suffolk County Locations
Test results show that two locations under investigation for illegal dumping in the Town of Islip are more dangerous than first thought.
Kyle Rowlinson, 24, of East Islip, was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment in connection with the East Islip and Islip Terrace incidents.
Mary Calamia, a clinical social worker, said she’s not surprised voters on Long Island wanted their voices heard and elected candidates who are in favor of opting out of the Common Core testing.
A city on Long Island wants to ban hookah lounges before any even open up in the neighborhood.
The Stony Brook University School of Medicine recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of its first graduating class.
From the Blue Angels to the Golden Knights parachute team, necks were hurting as the crowd strained to catch every minute of the sky-high action.