Long Island Officials: Hazardous Waste Hurting Workers At Recycling FacilitiesThe safety of the collectors and the people who sort the recycling piece by piece is at stake.
Neighbors Split Over Proposed Poultry Slaughterhouse On Long IslandSome savor the thought of fresh, locally sourced meats. Others call it an environmental disaster.
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.
Long Island Teens Hailed As Heroes After Saving Neighbors From FireSusan Stenzinger says there aren't enough hugs she could give and not enough ways she could express her gratitude for her neighbors Robby and Billy Zoller.
Islip Officials Hope Grant Will Help Preserve Town's HistoryEvery town has a story, and when you open the door of Islip’s Town Hall, you can walk into the community’s earliest chapters.
Judge Accused Of Breaking Into Neighbor’s Home, Taking Women’s UnderwearDistrict court judge Robert Cicale lives right across the street from the home that he’s accused of burglarizing.
Long Island Man Hurt By Hit-And-Run Driver In His Own DrivewaySuffolk County police said a hit-and-run driver crossed over three lanes of traffic, knocked over a parking sign and slammed into the victim.
Town Of Islip Starts 'Trap, Neuter, Return' Program For Feral CatsThe Town of Islip is starting a trap, neuter and return program for feral cats.
As Man Claims Town Of Islip Destroyed His Vintage Cars, Neighbors Say Home Is Overdue To Be RazedWhile a man is suing the Town of Islip, alleging it illegally entered his garage and destroyed his three classic cars, neighbors on Andrew Avenue see things differently.
Many Not Pleased As Meters Replace Free Parking Near Fire Island Ferry DocksSummer visitors to Fire Island have often enjoyed free parking on the mainland, but when business owners in Bay Shore complained that customers could not shop because of the clutter of cars.
Plan For Downtown Parking Meters Angers Some In Bay ShoreSome are concerned the parking meters will hurt business, especially on Main Street, where they also are expected to be installed.
Sen. Croci Secures $1 Million To Help Clean Up Contaminated Long Island ParkSen. Croci said an additional $2 million in clean up cost will have to come from Islip tax payers.