Fourth Of July: Nassau County Police Warn Of Dangers And Penalties That Come From Using Illegal FireworksThe Fourth of July holiday weekend is just about here, and this year officials say they are seeing an explosion of illegal fireworks.
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.
See It: 2 Women Waiting At Levittown Bus Stop Seriously Injured After Pickup Truck Jumps CurbThere was a frightening accident caught on camera on Long Island on Wednesday.
Long Island Resident Zachary Honig Accused Of Stealing And Forging COVID-19 Vaccination CardsA former drug store clerk on Long Island has been charged with stealing and forging COVID-19 vaccination cards, something health officials say is not only illegal, but dangerous.
Levittown Woman Assumed Dead By Nassau County Is Very Much Alive And Stuck In Bureaucratic Mess Over Tax AssessmentA 95-year-old Long Island woman is now trying to convince her tax assessor and her bank that she is very much alive.
COVID Impact: Local Families Fearful Of State Budget Cuts To Services For Those With Developmental Or Intellectual DisabilitiesAlbany is now finalizing that state budget, and slashes to care management programs are looming.
Family Entertainment Centers Prepare For March Reopening Under New York's Strict COVID Safety ProtocolsAt long last, family entertainment centers will soon reopen in New York after being completely shuttered for nearly a year. But how will they maintain COVID safety?
Levittown's Historic Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Catches Fire On Christmas DayA Lutheran church that has been part of the bedrock in Levittown, Long Island burst into flames Christmas Day. 
Police Discover Illegal Weapons, Ketamine Stash At Long Island Retiree's Home After Gun-Wielding ConfrontationPolice said Christopher Price, a 74-year-old retiree from Levittown, suddenly jumped out of his car swinging a loaded shotgun and pointed it at a couple parked at an intersection.
Long Island Appliance Store Owner's Gamble Pays Off After Stocking Up On $1 Million Worth Of Inventory At Start Of PandemicUnprecedented demand and COVID shutdowns are causing a nationwide appliance shortage, but a small retailer on Long Island is bucking the trend.
Deeds To Land In Levittown, Nation's First Suburb, Rooted In Systemic RacismLevittown, the nation's first suburb, was built for returning soldiers after World War II, but for white soldiers only.