Pumpkins May Be More Expensive This Year Due To Smaller Crop, Farmers SayFarmers say it's been a difficult growing season.
State Gets School Buses Rolling In Huntington, But Officials Scrambling For Long-Term Fix To Driver ShortageThe school district was blindsided with 36 hours notice by its bus company of 62 years.
Thousands Of Parents Left In The Lurch After Huntington Coach Says They Can't Take Students To SchoolA Long Island school district is scrambling after its bus provider said they can't take students to school anymore.
Tracking Henri: Long Island Avoids The Worst, But Mess Is SubstantialSome Long Island residents were stranded on the roads because of the high waters from Henri's consistent downpours.
Dog Tags Lost In 1967 Returned To Vietnam War Veteran From Long IslandThe Marine does not remember losing the tags, but he now has them back to go along with his Silver Star and four Purple Hearts.
Alisa White Dubbed 'A Walking Miracle' After Surviving COVID, Coma, 8 Surgeries: 'So Many Times I Could Have Died'Her family says every hospital she visited gave up on her, until she found Dr. Demetrio Tzimas and Anthony Armetta at Huntington Hospital.
Long Island Driving Instructor Arrested For Alleged Sex Act In Front Of StudentThe girl returned home and said her driving instructor committed a lewd act during the course, police said.
Long Island Avenue Renamed To Honor Samuel Ballton, An Enslaved Man Who Later Became A Farmer & The 'Pickle King'A self-made scientist ahead of his time, working as a sharecropper, he grew a seasonal record 1.5 million cucumbers for pickling, earning him the unofficial title of proud "Pickle King."
DEC Crew Pulls Off Rapid Osprey Nest Relocation At Huntington LighthouseIt's breeding season for ospreys in our area, but one pair of the federally protected birds picked an odd spot to make a home.
Wildlife Experts Concerned About Endangered Species On Long Island As Park, Beach Attendance Goes UpA small spit of Northshore land called Hobart Beach is home to a colony of endangered birds, a stopover during migration. They're looking for peace and quiet, but the pandemic hasn’t helped.
Pet Owners Petitioning To Have New York Lift Dog Ban At State Park BeachesThey say waterfront access is critical to the health and wellness of people and their pets, but not everyone agrees.
Long Island Man Shocked By Amazon's Response After He Found Undelivered Packages On Side Of Road; 'It's Not My Stuff To Keep'Amazon would not pick them up and told him to "dispose of the packages as you see fit."
2 Killed, 2 Injured In Crash On Northern State ParkwayTwo people were pronounced dead at the scene and two others were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, state police said.
Archeological Dig On Long Island An Effort To Preserve History Of Freed Slave Peter Crippen, Huntington's First Black Land OwnerThey're digging for history on Long Island. A centuries-old home cannot be saved, but artifacts buried on the property help tell the story of one of the community's founding Black families.
Police: Zvonimir Bosnjak Of Huntington Faces Sexual Abuse, Forcible Touching Charges Involving 17-Year-Old GirlThe girl told police Bosnjak allegedly touched her inappropriately over the course of the year, starting in December of 2019.