Gov. Hochul Signs Law Banning Hate Symbols On Publicly Funded Property In New YorkThe law was prompted by incidents last year on Long Island, where Confederate flags were hung on a fire truck and station.
73-Year-Old Long Island Man Determined To Keep Community Clean Spends Weekends Picking Up TrashInstead of just rolling his eyes, Mel Silverman rolls up his sleeves every weekend and takes his loathing of litter to another level.
Black History Is Our History: Mary Bell House Earns New York Preservation Award For Link To One Of Long Island's First Black ChurchesThe Mary Bell House in Center Moriches holds the history of Long Island's early Black leaders. The home was in jeopardy of being demolished, but it won a state preservation award.
Airbnb Bans User, Takes Legal Action After Unauthorized Party At Suffolk County EstateAirbnb says it is taking legal action against a customer who threw a potential COVID-19 super-spreader party on Long Island.
Suffolk County Police Break Up 500-Person Potential Super-Spreader Party At Castle-Like HomeLong Island is ramping up more COVID-19 testing sites as a crucial weapon to slow the surge.
Gov. Cuomo Orders Investigation After Brookhaven Fire Truck Seen Displaying Confederate Flag
Brookhaven Fire Department Apologizes After Photo Surfaces Of Truck Displaying Confederate FlagAn investigation is now underway after a fire truck on Long Island was photographed with a Confederate flag displayed.
LI Man Charged With Animal Cruelty, Accused Of Neglecting Pit BullsThe Suffolk County SPCA says the two dogs were picked up as strays by a Brookhaven animal control officer Tuesday.
Only On 2: Lawmaker Proposes Fixes To Dangerous Suffolk County IntersectionIn one Long Island town there's a dangerous intersection known as "five corners." The intersecting roads get people to places like the mall or school, but changes could be coming.
Exclusive: Family In Battle On Long Island After Zoning Change Renders Land Practically WorthlessThe family says they've lost a lifetime investment because of a change in law that was posted only in the back of a county newspaper.
Message In A Bottle Used To Study Ocean Currents Found 47 Years Later On Long Island ShoreNearly five decades after it was tossed out to sea, a bottle was found along the South Shore of Long Island.
Potholes Off Long Island Expressway Causing HeadachesPothole problems on Long Island have officials in one town saying the craters in their roads are particularly bad.
New Home Up As Prize For Winning Military FamilyA group of volunteers are rehabilitating a home for the holidays, and for one veteran in need, it will be a surprise gift.
Brookhaven Officials Cite Student’s Death In Request For Sidewalk ExtensionThere are concerns over a sidewalk that comes to an abrupt end.
Teachers Fear Nearby Landfill Is Behind Rash Of Cancer Cases At Brookhaven SchoolStudents and teachers on Long Island have been falling ill, and some are demanding that their school be shuttered.