Long Island Boy's Invention Becomes RealityA Long Island boy’s love of snow and knack for invention are being rewarded. The 5-year-old had a vision for what he calls a “Snowy Blaster.”
Suffolk County Police Helicopter Hit By LaserMore legal trouble may be on the horizon for Suffolk County’s so-called “Red Light Robin Hood.”
Recently Discovered Speakeasy Reopens Below Frozen Yogurt Shop On Long IslandWhen John DeVito and his brother opened their frozen yogurt shop several years ago on Farmingdale’s Main Street, they knew nothing of its notorious, secret past.
Long Island Soup Kitchen Serves Up Thanksgiving Meals With Side Of CompassionDozens of volunteers proudly served hundreds of meals with all the fixings inside the Mary Brennan Inn in the Town of Hempstead.
Long Island Teens Take Project To National Science CompetitionThey're still in high school, but the research of three teen girls on Long Island has them headed to the prestigious Siemen's Science Competition Finals.
Another Long Islander Accused Of Reporting Fake Crime To Escape Traffic TicketsFor the second time in just a matter of days, police on Long Island this week arrested someone for allegedly calling in a false 911 report to get out of a traffic ticket.
Haunted House On Long Island Helps Support Autism, Cerebral Palsy ResearchThe Franklin Square Horror Show is not only scary, but supports a good cause, too.
L.I. Repair Cafe Brings In Experts To Fix Items That Might Otherwise Be Thrown AwayRepair cafés have been popping up all over the country, allowing people to bring in broken items and have them fixed for free instead of seeing them dumped in landfills.
Massapequa Park Mayor Reverses Ruling, Allows Family To Post Missing Dog FlyersThere’s now proof you can fight City Hall -- or in this case, Village Hall. It’s all over the strategy to find a missing dog, named Buddy.
Surge Of Storm Damaged Cars Could Flood The Market Following Harvey, IrmaAnyone in the market for a used car following hurricanes Harvey and Irma, beware; hundreds of thousands of vehicles damaged in flood waters are already being sold off.
Long Island Italian-American Groups Offer To Take Controversial Christopher Columbus StatueThe present site in Columbus Circle, where it's stood for more than a century, has recently become a flashpoint linked to colonial abuse of indigenous Americans.