By Long Island News & PR November 12, 2013
Surveys of Customers Show Satisfaction Levels Little Changed From Previous Year on New York City Subways and Buses, LIRR, Metro-North and MTA Bridges and Tunnels.
By Vickie Moller October 25, 2013
State Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. Wednesday announced the grant recipients for two programs that support educators throughout the state: the round two of the Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (STLE) Grand Program and ...
By Joe Randazzo October 24, 2013
The 10-year-old student who pepper sprayed his school has been charged with Unlawfully Possessing Noxious Materials.
By Joe Randazzo October 18, 2013
Gary Lieberman was accused of abusing a young child as a teacher in 2009.
By Long Island News & PR October 18, 2013
The Special Victims Squad reports the arrest of a Far Rockaway man for sexual abuse that occurred beginning November 04, 2009 through May 2010.
By Vickie Moller September 24, 2013
According to a new report issued in September by the Regional Plan Association, the oldest independent urban research and advocacy organization in America, the lack of affordable rentals on Long Island is damaging its economy.
By Long Island News & PR August 27, 2013
90-minute presentation features testimony from real-life defendants and victims in drunk, drugged, reckless, and distracted driving cases.
By Eric Anderson July 19, 2013
Police are searching for a man responsible for the attempted murder of a 16-year-old; a body was found floating in Hempstead Lake State Park.
By Sandra Stelmach July 19, 2013
Fairs, Festivals, Music, Movies, Family Fun, Outdoor Adventures& More!
By Vickie Moller July 12, 2013
After losing the use of his legs 20 years ago in a car accident and following a six-year battle with alcohol and drug addiction, Gabriel Cordell kept a long-held promise to himself that he would ...
By Eric Anderson July 03, 2013
A firefighter could be facing jail time after torching a car; Police are looking for a man that sexually assaulted a woman.
By Allison Gayne May 20, 2013
The West Hempstead Water District is declared first place winner in "Best Tasting Water in Nassau County" competition.
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.