It could be a few years before a popular pavilion at a Long Island beach is fully functional following a devastating weekend fire.
The wealthy suburbs on Long Island and in Westchester County have been losing their young workforce at a dramatic rate, and advocates blamed a lack of affordable housing.
A driver has surrendered to police, after a 22-year-old student from Long Island was killed in a hit-and-run at the University of Maryland.
Tri-State Area residents woke up to dangerous cold Saturday, with some areas setting record lows in the minus range. And the conditions brought a high risk of hypothermia and frostbite for anyone outside for too long.
They volunteer and save lives, and now, firefighters on Long Island have asked communities to upgrade old, out-of-date firehouses.
Starting Friday afternoon, the Long Island Rail Road will be running its new express service to the east end of the island.
Four mechanics from the 106th Rescue Wing in Westhampton came and fixed the problem. The Black Hawk was able to safely fly off about two hours after the emergency landing, according to authorities.
Suffolk County lawmakers have voted unanimously to move 38 homeless sex offenders out of two construction trailers, and place them in scattered locations throughout the county.
If you want to secure a rental property in the Hamptons for the summer, you had better hurry.
Children on board a school bus called their parents to tell them their driver was swerving and falling asleep behind the wheel. Police said Carole Crockett’s blood alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit.
The dramatic dune road house defies the term beach house. It is 6,000 square feet of contemporary living, stilts raise it high above sea level to give unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Swimming will be banned until Saturday in the water at Cupsogue Beach County Park on after sharks were spotted just off shore this week, Katie Fehlinger reports. County officials have, however, reopened Smith Point beach to swimmers.
Much of the Jersey Shore was spared, but residents on Long Island’s East End faced some slick roads and deep puddles as Earl brushed alongside the area.