By Vickie Moller May 09, 2013
An out-of-court settlement was reached Tuesday in two wrongful death lawsuits filed against the Town of Smithtown in 2008 when two Centereach men died after driving off a town-owned ramp into the Nissequogue River.
By Lyndsay McCabe April 24, 2013
The state has refused Councilman Creighton's request for the Nissequogue River State Park land to be turned into a town park.
By Vickie Moller April 19, 2013
Hurricane Sandy and Winter Storm Nemo are behind us, and the plows that moved tons of snow have been retired for the season.
By Christian Abbatecola March 27, 2013
Part of the abandoned KP Psychiatric Center will be brought down this afternoon.
By Vickie Moller February 05, 2013
Last week, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu and New York Representative Steve Israel announced that Huntington High School had won the regional competition of the 23rd annual Dept. of Energy's National Science Bowl--the nation's largest ...
By Robert Ottone January 29, 2013
Steven Taggart, 16, pleaded not guilty this past weekend in Central Islip.
By Robert Ottone January 26, 2013
16-year old Steven Taggert of Islip has been charged with a felony for threatening to blow up a rival school's gym.
By Lyndsay McCabe January 24, 2013
Michael Zhang of Smithtown High School East and Mayuri Sridhar of Kings Park High School have been named as finalists in the national Intel Science Talent Search.
By Robert Ottone January 04, 2013
A Kings Park man has been charged with first degree manslaughter after murdering his grandmother early Friday morning.
By Vickie Moller November 13, 2012
The Kings Park Board of Education recently acknowledged the donation of sixteen 61-note electronic keyboards for the Kings Park High School music program, a contribution made possible through the efforts of Students for a Saner ...
By Cait Russell June 26, 2012
We've got the scoop on beating the heat, and all the best things to do this weekend on Long Island!
By Cait Russell June 21, 2012
The Farmers Market to return to Kings Park for Summer of 2012.
By Hannah M. March 21, 2012
Zumba is one of the newest dance-fitness crazes for those looking to get in shape without the tedium of your regular exercise regimes, gaining popularity in the United States in 2001.
By Vickie Moller March 07, 2012
The Board of Education is still contemplating whether to allow Suffolk Wireless Communications to build a 125-foot cell phone tower at Kings Park School District's administration building on Lawrence Road.