The park’s tranquility was shattered on Sunday morning when a 60-year-old woman was raped during an exercise walk on a wooded trail. Park Police said that the man jumped the woman as she walked past him on the Children’s Explorer Trail.
The Valley Stream, Long Island, couple, who has been married for 44 years, landed the gig after their daughter knew a casting director.
Confusion reigns on Long Island in the Village of Valley Stream after the Federal Emergency Management Agency agreed to drop 1,500 homes from its new flood maps.
Onyx Arroyo, 18 of Queens and Omar Allen, 17, of the Bronx are accused of breaking into a home on Roeckel Avenue in Valley Stream on Monday afternoon.
William Hotz is charged with robbery and resisting Arrest.
The plan to merge police precincts was intended to save Nassau County $20 million, but the PBA said all it has done is increase major crimes.
A Long Island chiropractor is accused of inappropriately using a massaging device on a patient.
The grieving parents of a murdered teenage girl renewed their call for justice Tuesday, more than two decades after the crime.
A Long Island mother said she believes her daughter was murdered by her boyfriend after her body was found on a Breezy Point beach.
More than 4,000 properties on Nassau County’s South Shore, including Cedarhurst, Lybrook and Valley Stream, have been removed from the new federal flood zone maps.
Just over 255,000 Long Islanders remained in the dark Monday, down from more than 935,000 immediately after the storm.
Police briefly detained a Long Island Rail Road train headed to New York City after a pair of passengers got on dressed in camouflage and carrying realistic-looking guns.
Norman Weissman recently saw the scene after coming home from vacation. The FAA, however, says there is no evidence linking the gaping hole in his home to blue ice falling.
The FAA is now looking into why two homes on Long Island have gaping hole in their roofs. The homeowners suspect something fell from an overhead airplane — and what it may have been has them disgusted.
Store after store was wiped away by a fast-moving fire in one Long Island community. Owners who spent years building their businesses lost them in a moment’s notice.