MTA police have charged Juanke Kimble Jr., 36 of Roosevelt, with aggravated unlawful operation of a motor vehicle after police and fire crews responded to a car fire on the LIRR tracks in Syosset Wednesday.
Long Island Railroad service was temporarily stopped Wednesday night after a car was found on fire and on the third rail, said Syosset Fire Department First Assistant Chief Pete Silver.
An unoccupied bus, disabled and under tow, burst into flames on the Long Island Expressway Tuesday evening, snarling traffic as Plainview firefighters put down the inferno.
The Plainview Fire Department responded to a fully involved bus fire just after 10 p.m. on the eastbound LIE at Sunnyside Boulevard in Plainview.
Jackson Avenue travelers got a blast from the past this week as construction crews returned to tie up one of the few remaining loose ends in the improvement project.
The Town is installing stamped concrete sidewalks at several intersections on Jackson Avenue just south of the LIRR crossing. According to a Town of Oyster Bay spokesperson, work is due to be finished by June 25 if weather permits.
Six burglaries were reported recently in Hicksville alone as a wave of crimes hit the area. Several other burglaries were reported in the area.
Syosset Resident Sheila Kastner was recently Honored for her volunteer work around Long Island at the 5th Annual Kidney and Urology Foundation's Hat & Author Luncheon at the Woodlands Mansion in Woodbury.
As we look ahead to November’s elections, Syosset Patch is joining sites across Long Island to bring you the information you need about every race in town.
It's safe to go back in the water, according to the Nassau County Health Department. 19 Nassau County beaches, including Roosevelt Beach & Park, Stehli Beach, and Tappen Beach were officially reopened Thursday after being closed for stormy weather.
The New York State Senate passed a bill, cosponsored by Sen. Carl Marcellino (R-Syosset) Tuesday that says if an inmate who was convicted of a crime against someone in your family or household is released from prison, the parole board must notify you.
It was a violent explosion that defined and decided Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, and a bloodied Rob Scuderi was right in the middle of it all.
Scuderi, a St. Anthony’s High School graduate and Syosset native, was clearing the puck from behind the Los Angeles Kings’ net Monday night when New Jersey’s Steve Bernier slammed Scuderi into the boards.