Stony Brook University
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest.
The Town of Brookhaven has taken 68 landlords to court this year for allegedly illegally renting rooms to students in their single-family homes. At least 30 other homes are under investigation.
Researchers at Stony Brook University have developed what is essentially a man-made spider web that stops bugs in their tracks.
A 53-year-old Staten Island man raised his thumb into the air Wednesday – an act just two weeks ago that he thought would be impossible ever to accomplish again.
Scientists at Stony Brook University searching for health risks in everyday products stumbled upon something that might accelerate aging and increase wrinkling.
Residents have complained that the students are noisy, litter and create parking problems.
Five schools on Long Island received donations that either matched or exceeded their largest gifts ever.
Zamir Miah, the overnight worker at the Dunkin Donuts on Route 25A in Stony Brook, had a personal policy of not accepting tips from students.
From finding a cure to the medical condition Sepsis to helping third world countries have systems to easily get clean water, the semifinalists at Jericho High School have spent their summers in the labs there to get this far.
Initially developed by Bio Specifics Technologies in Lynbrook and now pioneered by Stony Brook University researchers, an enzyme-based injection called Xiaflex may be a new weapon in the battle against cellulite.
Stony Brook’s underdog run in the College World Series ended on Sunday. The Seawolves were eliminated by Florida State, 12-2.
So much for shocking the world. This time Stony Brook got zapped. Tyler Johnson allowed five runs in the first inning and the Seawolves couldn’t get much going against UCLA in a 9-1 loss in their College World Series debut on Friday.
The jobs situation actually is getting better, if you know where to look, reported WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot.
Until today, there wasn’t a clinic for 9/11 responders in Brooklyn, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported. 9/11 first responder and advocate John Feal called the new center monumental.
At times, we all take things a little too personally or become very defensive. But a new discovery shows a greater number of people are born this way. They’re “highly sensitive,” and it doesn’t just affect their relationships.