Customers at a popular Westbury, Long Island dry cleaner were left hanging on Thursday, after the owner was suddenly evicted.
A round of 100 new red-light cameras are going up across Long Island. There is no law on the books in New York that mandates camera alerts at intersections.
Hundreds of runners took off at the sound of the horn Saturday morning for the 5K run – part of the Long Island Marathon weekend.
Peter Cavallaro, mayor of the village of Westbury, has accused the owner of the Avanti cabaret of operating a swingers club inside, something the owner denies.
On Saturday night, Jerry Lewis will headline at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, showcasing a mix of comedy, music, reminiscences and banter.
Paul Hannwacker, 46, was arrested early Sunday after he was found in an intoxicated state in his car that was stopped at a 45-degree angle in the middle of the road in Westbury, police said.
With a big birthday cake in front of her and her daughter by her side, Ida Zipkis celebrated her 104th birthday Wednesday at the Bristal Assisted Living Community in Westbury, Long Island.
Jerry Seinfeld announced Wednesday that he has added a show in Long Island to his upcoming tour in December, and that he will donate the proceeds to relief efforts for Superstorm Sandy victims.
A big pumpkin sitting on Scott Armstrong’s front yard in Commack recently took the top prize at the annual “Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off” in Westbury. The massive pumpkin tipped the scales at 12,079 lbs making it the heaviest pumpkin ever grown on Long Island.
Witnesses told them that a man fired a gun and then fled with another man in a Honda Civic. Police found the suspects inside the car at a nearby parking garage.
Police surrounded the 2007 Town & Country minivan after getting the call that it was the same van involved in multiple car break-ins around Westbury and Valley Stream.
On Long Island, residents and lawmakers want to preserve the site where Charles Lindbergh took off for his historic 1927 Transatlantic flight to France.
The Long Island Rail Road has scheduled a major facelift for its busiest line. More than $200 million will be spent to upgrade the Long Island Rail Road’s Main Line, which carries more than 40 percent of its traffic.
An investigation is underway to determine whether any labs participated in a cover-up and into just how widespread unlicensed doctoring may be.
What winter? It is windy outside, but who cares? With temps expected to reach 70 on March 8, who’s complaining?