Officials Investigating Fire That Destroyed Dozens Of Cars On Long IslandThe fire reportedly spread from an auto body shop to cars parked outside.
After Brutal Group Attack On Same-Sex Couple, Police Offering $5,000 RewardPolice on Long Island are searching for a man accused of assaulting a woman earlier this month in a case now being investigated as a hate crime.
Bike Sharing To Roll Out On Long Island In AugustIt'll be a regional first and is touted as a new way to get cars off congested roads, but amid a spate of cycling deaths in New York City, is bike sharing safe for the suburbs?
Patchogue Cracking Down On Idling Drivers To Limit Air PollutionAt the Mascot Dock and Marina in Patchogue, lunch-goers come for the peace and serenity. Instead, they're inhaling a lung full of car fumes.
Breast Cancer Survivor Thanks Doctors, Credits MBI At Mercy Medical Center For Helping Save Her LifePat Carlson of Patchogue had an especially troubling case of breast cancer because doctors could see it had spread but couldn't find the source.
Historic Patchogue Church Needs Funds For Emergency Repairs"It really represents who we are as a community. It has been here since 1791," said Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri. 
2 Women Killed, 2 Others Hurt In Monday Morning House Fire On Long IslandFlames broke out around 1:30 a.m. at a home on Sinn Street in Patchogue.
Remains Of Sailor Killed In Pearl Harbor Identified 77 Years LaterThe Pentagon announced Tuesday that the remains of 26-year-old Fireman 3rd Class Kenneth L. Jayne, of Patchogue, have been identified.
Patchogue Public Safety Officer Accused Of Sexual Misconduct, Forcible TouchingA once-trusted public safety officer is on the wrong side of the law. He's accused of preying on women in the Long Island village he was charged with protecting.
Patchogue Man Accused Of Selling Illegal Guns, Other WeaponsA Long Island man stood accused Thursday of selling illegal weapons out of his home.
Family Reunited With WWII Medal, Photos Left Inside Donated FurnitureUntil recently, they had never met. But thanks to Facebook, two Long Island families have a story of a lifetime -- and family treasures to prove it.