By Wendy L November 11, 2013
Police have identified the man responsible for the string of robberies in Suffolk County over recent weeks and made an arrest this weekend.
By Long Island News & PR November 08, 2013
A series of robberies occurred across Suffolk County from October 26 to November 5.
By Wendy L November 06, 2013
Between Oct. 26 and Nov. 5, there have been eight robberies in Suffolk County. Police believe the same suspect is responsible for all eight incidences.
By Long Island News & PR October 24, 2013
Kent Animal Shelter is holding a “Back in Black” promotion throughout November to highlight adorable, adoptable black dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.
By Lyndsay McCabe October 06, 2013
Authorities are trying to piece together how thieves ran off with 600 pumpkins from Rottkamp's Fox Hollow Farm, which they believe the thieves are intending to sell.
By Long Island News & PR October 04, 2013
Stalco Construction,BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers, SCC ConstructionManagement, DeLuxe Building Systems, and PW Grosser Team Up on Calverton, N.Y., Project
By Vickie Moller October 04, 2013
"Exciting News: Construction Begins for Our New School Building This Week," a September 4 news release on the Riverhead Charter School website reads--and Thursday nearly all of the school's 300 students turned out at the ...
By Eric Anderson September 29, 2013
Police are searching for a man that stabbed his girlfriend; a hit-and-run driver fled the scene after hitting twin sisters.
By Debbi Spiegel July 02, 2013
Celebrate July with red, white and blue (berries)!
By Debbi Spiegel June 25, 2013
For summer's freshest berries, go to a pick-your-own farm!
By Lyndsay McCabe June 15, 2013
A 4-foot long alligator was spotted in the Peconic River on Sunday and Wednesday. Wildlife specialists have left bait to keep the gator in the area so that it can be caught.
By Wendy L May 16, 2013
Police pulled over and arrested a LI man driving with a license that's been suspended 50 times; An arrest has been made for the hit-and-run incident that took place on Sunday in Flanders. The incident ...
By Lyndsay McCabe April 27, 2013
The Suffolk County SPCA received three alligators Saturday at the first Illegal Reptile and Amphibian Amnesty Day in New York State
By Wendy L February 05, 2013
More than $2,400 worth of frozen shrimp was stolen at several Long Island grocery stores over the course of two months. Police have nabbed the thieves and have discovered it was done to support their ...
By Lyndsay McCabe November 29, 2012
The DEC has ordered a cease-and-desist letter to remove water-damaged cars from the habitat of the endangered tiger salamander and short-eared owl in Calverton.
By Vickie Moller October 18, 2012
For the past 16 years, Stony Brook University's Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI) has been supporting new technologically-innovative companies by providing them with a variety of resources and services to improve their opportunity for ...