Hundreds of firefighters lined the streets Wednesday to pay tribute to Joseph Sanford, Jr.
Thousands of firefighters came out on Tuesday night, in a show of support for a fallen colleague.
Dozens of vehicles lined Community Drive in Manhasset Wednesday to honor Joseph Sanford, Jr.
There was sad news to report from Long Island on Tuesday. A firefighter injured battling a house fire last Friday, has died.
Joseph Sanford, a 17-year veteran volunteer with the Inwood Fire Department, was fighting the fire when he fell through one of the floors of the home on Central Avenue in Woodmere.
The Central Avenue house was totally gutted by the fire, which broke out at around 4 a.m., CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reported.
Witnesses say the thief– who is described as being between 30 and 40 years old, 6 feet tall and wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt– ran off behind the store.
Authorities believe an attack on a woman who was robbed of her engagement ring in Woodmere, Long Island may be part of a pattern.
Police continued to search Thursday for a suspect who followed a 74-year-old woman into her garage, and robbed her of an expensive diamond engagement ring, in Woodmere, Long Island.
Nassau County police were searching Wednesday night for a suspect who accosted and robbed a 74-year-old woman in broad daylight in Woodmere.
Police on Friday were searching for a robber who put a 69-year-old woman into a chokehold as she was walking through her house in Woodmere, Long Island.
Gershon Barkany was arrested by FBI agents on March 28. He’s accused of spending the investors’ money for his personal benefit.
The plan is to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere for $12.5 million to a group that wants to convert it to an outpatient medical center.
The hot-button issue is whether to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere for $12.5 dollars, return it to the tax rolls and pump the much-needed cash into the district’s budget.
She cleaned their homes and then cleaned them out of their prized possessions. That’s what police in Nassau County are saying about a Queens woman who worked for several families in the Five-Towns area.