Driver Who Admitted To Drinking Before Crash That Killed Boy Scout Will Stand TrialThomas Murphy rejected a plea deal in the case Thursday.
Attorneys Release Names Of 180 Area Boy Scout Leaders Accused Of AbuseThe leaders have allegedly been accused of sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts of America’s so-called “perversion files.”
New York Democrats Going After Statute Of Limitations On Sexual Abuse Of Young PeopleDemocrats in Albany are flexing their political muscle again to pass long-stalled legislation.
Boy Scouts Take Part In 'Peace Hike,' Visit Variety Of Religious InstitutionsThey were all part of the Boy Scouts of America's Long Island troops and visited churches, synagogues, Hindu temples and more, learning about what unites us all. 
Long Island Teen Uses Eagle Scout Project To Honor Victims Of 9/11 Terror AttackA 90 pound piece of steel from the World Trade Center stands atop the new monument, but engraved on its side are the names the West Babylon Boy Scout doesn't want anyone to forget.
With Girls Joining The Ranks, Boy Scouts Plan A Name ChangeThe organization on Wednesday announced a new name for its Boy Scouts program: Scouts BSA. The change will take effect next February.
NJ Boy Scouts Leader Accused Of Exchanging Sexually Explicit Messages With ChildThe Monmouth County prosecutor’s office said 25-year-old Joseph Palermo, of Hazlet, has been charged with engendering the welfare of a child.
Long Island Eagle Scout Earns All 137 Merit BadgesIn the Boy Scouts, earning 21 merit badges makes you an Eagle Scout. But earning all of the badges offered makes you a rarity.
Boy Scouts Will Allow Girls To Join Cub Scouts Beginning Next YearThe organization also plans to launch a program for older girls that will enable them to earn the coveted rank of Eagle Scout.
Boy Scouts Of America Considers Recruiting Girls To Boost Declining MembershipThe Girl Scouts want no part of it, and a feud has erupted between the president of the Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts.
N.J. Judge Rules Sexual Abuse Case Against Boy Scouts Can ProceedA New Jersey judge has ruled against the Boy Scouts of America’s bid to have a 20-year-old sexual abuse lawsuit thrown out.