By Lyndsay McCabe February 11, 2013
As Long Islanders attempt to get back to business as usual, freezing rain and some unplowed roads lead to numerous school and business closures.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 10, 2013
The LIE will be closed from Exit 57 to Exit 73 until 5 p.m., but most state roads have reopened, and service has returned to particular branches of the LIRR.
By Wendy L February 04, 2013
A convicted sex offender living in Selden was found committing acts of public lewdness at a Barnes and Noble and libraries. There's also warrants out for him in Connecticut.
By Robert Ottone January 31, 2013
With latest extreme weather patterns, many at a recent Babylon hearing voiced concerns over storm preparedness.
By Carrie B. January 24, 2013
To raise or not to raise... that is the question most Long Islanders are asking after Superstorm Sandy devastated thousands of homes on our shores.
By Robert Ottone January 24, 2013
A series of home invasions have taken place all over Suffolk County, leaving police questioning the connection.
By Eric Anderson December 04, 2012
Man robs bank and flees; Motorcyclist killed by hit and run driver.
By Eric Anderson December 02, 2012
The 25-year-old Kansas City Chiefs linebacker was from West Babylon.
By Amy Gernon November 08, 2012
Melody Anne Butler is collecting newborn, infant and toddle supplies at her Lindenhurst home to aid Long Island families who lost everything after Hurricane Sandy.
By Carrie B. November 03, 2012
This measure has been put in place by executive order since a Local State of Emergency was signed on 11/2/12, and intends to protect the residents and properties that were the hardest hit who continue ...
By Wendy L October 08, 2012
Get your dance shoes on to party on Long Island!