Long Island Street Renamed In Honor Of 9/11 First Responder Lawrence GuarnieriGuarnieri passed away in 2014 from a Ground Zero-related illness.
COVID Impact: Long Island Teen's Story About Struggling Through College Application Process Featured In Issue Of Time MagazineThe face of a Long Island teenager will be on newsstands across the nation next week.
MacArthur Airport Set To Announce COVID-19 Testing AppointmentsOfficials say the system designed to take the stress out of travel and keep New York visitors and residents healthy.
Officials: Turf Field To Be Built In Central Islip Park, Where Bodies Of 4 People Killed By MS-13 Gang Were FoundA Long Island park is getting some renovations to make it more family friendly and to deter criminal activity.
Islip Settles Case With Latino Community, Agrees To Change Town-Wide Government Seats Into Council DistrictsLatino Long Islanders are claiming an historic victory in a voting rights case.
Judge Accused Of Breaking Into Neighbor's Home To Steal Women's Underwear Pleads GuiltyOfficers found several pairs of women's underwear in the man's suit jacket and raincoat.
Push On To Land Federal Funds To Expand MacArthur AirportLong lines, overbooked flights, the three major airports that serve the Tri-State Area are bursting at the seams.
Islip Park Rangers To Be Honored Prior To Jets Game SaturdayA special thank you was offered Monday to two first responders who saved a life, from a football team that knows a little something about great saves.
Funeral Held For 12-Year-Old Boy Scout Run Down In Long IslandA funeral service was help Saturday for a Long Island Boy Scout who died after being hit by an alleged drunk driver.
Town Of Islip Residents Allege Discrimination Against Latino VotersThe 25 percent minority population in Islip is represented by an all-white town board and supervisor.
Islip Business Owners Say Parking Meters Are Hurting The Bottom LineIslip business owners and their workers say new parking meters are killing their livelihoods, and they want the whole program scrapped.
CBS2 Exclusive: Shirtless Man Tries Kicking In Door Of Long Island Family’s HomeA Long Island family awoke to a strange sound in the middle of the night, which turned out to be a man trying to break into their home.
‘Lawn Island Farms’ Offers Sustainability, Local Produce In Your Front YardThe growing farm to table movement promotes local foods and products in restaurants. On Long Island, there is now a 'front yard to table' effort and it's turning heads.
Suffolk Planning Commission Gives Green Light To Massive Islip Housing DevelopmentThe Suffolk County Planning Commission on Wednesday approved the largest housing development ever proposed for Long Island.
Town Of Islip May See 10 Percent Tax Increase In 2017The proposed 10 percent tax hike in the Town of Islip would cost the average homeowner an additional $48 a year.