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?
Philomenia Mistrulli received a letter from the Cemetery of the Holy Rood in Westbury telling her the bronze vase on her husband’s grave was stolen.
Nassau County police officer Todd Atkin said when he arrived at a Westbury home responding to a 911 call, he saw a 40-year-old mother with her newborn son in her arms.
New York Health Commissioner Nirav Shah says 12 decorative metal tissue boxes contaminated with radioactive material have been removed from four Bed, Bath and Beyond stores in the state.
Police in Long Island are hunting for a gunman who followed three women to their Westbury, Long Island home in the middle of the day and then robbed them.
The boy was just 8-years-old when Evan Sachs, 23, attacked him at a Dave & Buster’s restaurant in Westbury in October of 2010. Sachs was sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to the attack.
Math, science, and history are all very important classes at the Westbury school district, but another class will also help young people grow up to be proper adults.
We usually accept that, on certain days of the year, virtually everything is closed. Well, one company decision to open its businesses is causing controversy on Long Island.
Westbury Mayor Peter Cavallero said the scheme could involve the promise of services, asking for money up front, then the scammers would take off with the cash.
Rep. Steve Israel of Long Island says that one way to slow the sale of made in China products here in America is to prevent them from being sold in our national parks.
Authorities say suspected door-to-door scam artists are likely casing homes and targeting people for robberies.