Marie Lapersonerie, whose son tragically died after a car crash, began Sean’s Gift, giving blankets to family members of organ donors in an effort to bring them comfort.
Police say a victim reported to authorities that on Feb. 29 a man tried to pull him over in Bay Shore and identified himself as a federal agent before fleeing after being asked for identification.
A Long Island man could face murder charges after police say he drove under the influence of drugs and killed a 5-year-old boy. The little boy and his family were heading to a Christmas tree farm.
Scott Robb, 38, was airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center Sunday after the crash.
Robert and Diane Maresca, of West Islip, plunked down $975 when they filed a trademark application with the U.S. Patent Office.
Newer and bigger is better, right? Well, not if you ask people in one Long Island town.
The two victims were taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
A teenager credits skills he picked up as a junior volunteer in the intensive care unit at Good Samaritan Hospital in helping him think clearly during a brutal grizzly bear attack in Alaska over the weekend.
The US Coast Guard says a scuba diver who surfaced unconscious while on a dive off Long Island has died.
Police were investigating how a car accelerated across a parking lot and into the water near a Long Island boat basin. They said the driver was able to swim to safety.
A Long Island catering hall suddenly shut their doors, and people are wondering where their deposits are.
Suffolk County police said Thursday they’re looking for the man who took more than $2,000 from a wallet left on a counter at a West Islip McDonald’s restaurant on Oct. 22.
It was a very disturbing scene. The man’s wheelchair was mangled, his shoes were thrown, and debris was all over the road.