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If you're from out of town, or simply looking to learn more about the local attractions on Long Island, then you'll never want to miss out on any of our Travel & Local Attractions articles. Filled with guides and pointers for traveling on Long Island, this section has everything you'll want to know about where to go on Long Island.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 08, 2014
Jonathan Schuster was arrested Friday after MTA police found him responsible for eight different incidences of making anti-Semitic graffiti on billboards at the Cedarhurst station.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 06, 2014
If demands are not met, the Long Island Rail Road's Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Union plans to go on strike in March, thus leaving the LIRR short by 2,700 employees.
By Cait Russell February 05, 2014
This evening's icy rain has the potential to turn local roadways into a dangerous, slippery mess tonight and tomorrow morning.
By Joe Randazzo February 05, 2014
Treacherous winter weather has led to major delays on the LIRR and buses in Nassau and Suffolk.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 03, 2014
The National Weather Service has advised that people avoid driving this evening, and to only go out in case of emergency, as heavy snow and freezing temperatures will make for dangerous travel conditions.
By Wendy L January 30, 2014
A rail fire that broke out on Wednesday afternoon caused one LIRR train to be stranded in the East River tunnel. Commuters in for the afternoon/early evening commute were in for a commuting headache. Regular ...
By Sharon Lindell January 29, 2014
Groundhog Day is a national tradition where people watch to see if the groundhog sees its shadow, predicting the end of winter. There are three groundhogs in our area that we can catch this Sunday: ...
By Lyndsay McCabe January 25, 2014
Commuters that use the LIRR and subways will see major changes now that the MTA was awarded over $866 million to rebuild infrastructure after damages from Hurricane Sandy.
By Wendy L January 25, 2014
Looking for a place to keep the kids entertained during these cold winter days? Check out what's in store at Museum Row in February with “$5 February Fest”!
By Sharon Lindell January 25, 2014
The weather is very cold outside and as much as you and your family want to go ice skating the frigid breeze keeps one from going to many outdoor skating rinks. Luckily, there are plenty ...
By Lyndsay McCabe January 22, 2014
Hazardous conditions still pervade Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as temperatures in the low teens and blowing, drifting snow that is making for treacherous driving conditions.
By Wendy L January 21, 2014
The FAA has penalized a private Long Island jet charter company for allowing four pilots to fly aircraft when they did not have the proper training or did not go through the appropriate examinations. Get ...
By Lyndsay McCabe January 16, 2014
For the second time since Monday, a tugboat sank near Atlantic Beach. Fortunately, all crewmembers were saved.
By Christian Abbatecola January 16, 2014
The governor of New Jersey says he is working to investigate the bridge closure scandal his administration has found itself in the middle of.
By Vickie Moller January 15, 2014
The FRA will soon have 45 new safety inspectors and will implement critical safety monitoring systems in trains.
By Wendy L January 14, 2014
After being hit by a large swell, a tugboat sinks and the barge it was towing ends up being sent ashore on Silver Point County Park in Atlantic Beach.
By Wendy L January 14, 2014
Additional safety measures will soon be put in place on all commuter trains around the nation. Trains will have inward- and outward-facing cameras to monitor the driver and the track. Read the full story here.
By Lyndsay McCabe January 11, 2014
A new proposed plan will turn Ronkonkoma into a more developed residential and business area built around those who commute out of the Ronkonkoma Train Station.