NYC's First Aviation Summer Camp Teaching Teens To SoarCamp staff members say they hope to expand the program to other boroughs and make it year-round.
Study Shows Alarming Water Price Disparity From Town To Town On Long IslandWater bills wildly fluctuate across Long Island. That's because there are 48 water commissioners, many of whom send out obscure bills with hidden costs.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: CBS2 Demanding Answers As Long Islanders Stuck Without New Hookups While Utility Seeks Pipeline ExtensionThe state Department of Public Service is expanding an investigation into National Grid, vowing to force the power company to meet its obligations to its customers.
LIRR Train Collides With Tractor-Trailer Rig Stuck On TracksLIRR service is running again after a tractor-trailer rig was struck by a train during Tuesday evening's commute.
Closer Look: Scene Of LIRR Crash Into Tractor-Trailer RigA tractor-trailer rig trying to cross the railroad tracks at the Merrits Road grade crossing in Farmingdale was struck by an LIRR train May 8, 2019, during the busy commuter rush hour.
Organization Gives Long Island Veteran A New Roof, For FreeThere are many ways to show gratitude to those who have served our country. One organization is doing it by literally putting roofs over veterans' heads.
Complaints Arise Over Rapid Growth Of Downtown FarmingdaleOne Long Island community is now considering a moratorium on new development.
There's A Christmas House Like No Other On Long IslandWe usually hear about decorations outside people's homes throughout our area. Now, there's a story of a family that has gone wild decorating inside their home.
Police: Woman Stole From Cars Parked At Long Island CemeteriesFor weeks, no one could figure out how cemetery visitors were becoming burglary victims.
Raccoon Gets Head Stuck In Peanut Butter Jar On Long IslandVideo posted on Facebook shows the raccoon roaming a Farmingdale yard with its head stuck inside the jar Sunday.
‘It’s Terrible:’ Long Island Neighborhood Plagued By Rat ProblemEvery day, Thomas Morritt, who lives on Lockwood Boulevard in Farmindale, finds three or four dead rats in the traps behind he had to put behind his home.