Town of Brookhaven
Residents in one Suffolk County community want squatters gone. Neighbors say the town of Selden or the police should take action, but their hands may be tied.
The struggling Long Island bay waters have been receiving some special help, courtesy of thousands of young shellfish.
Once and for all, Brookhaven officials hope to pinpoint the source of the putrid stench that many believe is coming from a nearby landfill.
Residents in East Setauket are upset over homes being constructed on vacant land. They are worried the cesspools attached to the homes may ruin the groundwater.
Teachers say they are getting sick in the classroom, as a result of a terrible odor. They think they know where the smell is coming from, but nothing has been done to fix the problem.
Middle Island residents are fed up with a giant pile of mulch that they say is stinking up the neighborhood.
Some homeowners in Shoreham, Long Island remained homeless Thursday, a day after melting snow banks flooded their homes so badly that the homes had to be condemned.
Long Islanders were saying “enough already” Thursday as yet another snowstorm hit the area, and some towns have also been hit with serious concerns about road salt shortages.
The Town of Brookhaven on Long Island has begun demolishing vacant, structurally unsound homes.
Town of Brookhaven officials announced Tuesday that they will take legal action against the Long Island Rail Road to clean up a shuttered yard full of toxic chemicals in East Yaphank.
The Coast Guard reports 20 percent of all accidents on waterways are the result of alcohol impaired boaters.
Residents have demanded a full cleanup of a shuttered and contaminated Long Island Rail Road yard in East Yaphank.
In 2013, the town removed more than 10,000 of the offending commercial signs from along roadways and on utility poles.
An adult pajama party hosted after hours inside a children’s entertainment facility had parents furious on Long Island Tuesday night.
Sixteen new trucks along with a new computerized communications system should prevent the kind of snow plowing disaster that occurred last winter, Highways Superintendent Dan Losquadro said.