More Than 1 Year Later, Search Continues For Shelter Island Priest’s KillerRev. Canon Paul Wancura, 87, was attacked and left to die inside his Oak Tree Lane home on March 19, 2018.
Elderly Priest Dies After Being Tied Up During Home Invasion On Shelter IslandThe 87-year-old priest served the diocese for more than half a century in Setauket, Greenport and Shelter Island, lately helping in Central Islip, where he was late to church and worshipers put out an SOS.
Police: 87-Year-Old Priest Beaten, Robbed In His Shelter Island HomeA small, quiet community was transformed into a crime scene on Sunday.
'It Looks Like A Bomb Dropped:' More Than 100 Trees Illegally Felled On Shelter IslandCedar, maple, cherry and oak trees have all been cut on roughly four acres of park land.
Pilot Injured In Single-Engine Plane Crash On Shelter IslandPolice say a pilot was injured when he crashed his single-engine plane while trying to take off from an airfield on the eastern end of Long Island.
Long Island Teen Receives Unexpected Response To Letter In A BottleA message in a bottle that was sent adrift from Long Island got an unexpected response from an unexpected location.
Nearly 400-Year-Old Long Island Town Passes Controversial 'Dark Skies' LawOutdoor lighting is now restricted from sunset to sunrise in this fiercely independent town, much to the chagrin of many of its 2,000 residents.
Devastation On Long Island: Power Down, Widespread Damage, 2 DeadLong Island was a disaster area Tuesday night, after Superstorm Sandy uprooted trees and blew them over like matchsticks, and at one point cut power to 90 percent of LIPA customers without power.
L.I. Designer's Bamboo Lamps To Be Featured In 'Twilight' MovieThe lamps were displayed in a showroom in New York City before the set director for Twilight bought them for the bedroom scene in the upcoming movie.
Long Island Teen Charged With Drunken Go-Kart DrivingShelter Island police said 18-year-old Lennon Sarfarti was stopped when he was driving the go-kart on a public highway around 4 a.m. Thursday.
LIPA Causes Uproar By Charging To Honor Fallen Soldier On Shelter IslandA Long Island community's tribute to our fallen heroes this Memorial Day will come with a surprising price tag. The Long Island Power Authority says Shelter Island owes a fee for using its poles to hang American flags.