An East Norwich man was struck by a train early Saturday afternoon, according to police and fire departments. MTA detectives said they are investigating the case preliminarily as a suicide. .
A Suffolk County man was charged early Thursday with driving the wrong way on the westbound service road of the Long Island Expressway in Jericho.
A owner was retried in federal court Monday for the 2003 murder of an associate, who is also the brother-in-law of Twisted Sister's lead singer Dee Snider. He was also
After a misunderstanding at an earlier board of fire commissioners meeting, compromised with Muttontown officials to increase communication for emergency calls.
This week in commerce:
From to , a to , is a staple of the community and the winner of the Readers' Choice Award for best florist in Syosset.
About 90 business leaders and entrepreneurs from four area chambers of commerce exchanged ideas and business cards at the banquet hall in Plainview Wednesday.
Several area businesses reported crimes of theft committed in their stores in the past week. Home burglaries, however, continue their downward trend in the Plainview and Syosset area.
This week in government:
Animal cruelty could carry longer prison sentences and larger fines, according to new legislation introduced by Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice at Tuesday.
This week in Syosset schools:
Syosset gave a valiant effort against the team ranked third in the nation by ESPNHS.
"We really competed on a lot of different levels," she said. "We've been putting in a lot of extra work and we're ready to take the next step."
Students from will compete in the regional quarter-finals against North Shore High School May 6 on "The Challenge" on MSG Varsity.
Should they win, team members Joshua Abraham, Andrew Lipman, Michelle Long, Reed Mershon, and Jeremy Wolfe will compete in the tristate championships against against teams from seven other regions.