LIPA again will study the feasibility of overhauling aging power plants in Port Jefferson, Island Park and Northport under a provision in the new state budget, even as PSEG Long Island said no new power sources are needed until 2024.
For years experts have been keenly aware that many children and young adults with autism respond differently to facial expressions and other social cues. Some simply "don't get it" when confronted with a smile, shrug or other forms of nonverbal communication.
He was found in the restaurant's bathroom.
Three former executives of Westbury body armor company DHB Industries Inc. have been ordered by a federal judge in Central Islip to pay $53.9 million in restitution to the company.
Susan Benard-Handler, a retired librarian, joined the Little Free Library program and placed twoÂ smallÂ âtake a book, return a bookâ locations in the front of her Amityville property. Little Free Libraries can also be found at health centers, coffee shops, bike paths, bus stops and storefronts.
It's sadly representative of the broader problems with how the aviation industry.
An Amityville restaurant occupying the former El Rodeo bar and restaurant will have to wait for a cabaret license, village trustees said last week, noting the location's troubled past.
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Opting for a more casual, moderately priced concept, the former 21 Main Steakhouse in Sayville transformed itself into Bluestone Tavern, a gastropub devoted to comfort fare and craft beers, including some from Long Island.
Photos of victims of the Germanwings Airbus A320, Flight 9525, that crashed into a mountainside in the southern French Alps on March 24, 2015, killing all 150 people on board.
Backers of amending Nassau's deal to redevelop Nassau Coliseum and the surrounding property told a county legislative committee Monday that it would boost funding by more than $30 million and result in a higher-quality project.
The LI native admits in an interview that she "was always obsessed with John Hughes."
Former St. John's star Chris Mullin has accepted his alma mater's offer to return to Queens as coach of the men's basketball team he once led to the Final Four in 1985, Newsday has confirmed.
Someone broke into Freeport Village Hall over the weekend and apparently tried to pry open a safe, but left without taking anything, Nassau police said Monday.
To celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover, which begins on April 3, Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapasâs executive chef, Josh Bernstein, and general manager, Andrew Rossi, have developed a special menu of traditional Italian-Jewish dishes at the Garden City restaurant.
Organizers of the New York International Auto Show say they expect as many as 70 world or North American vehicles to debut at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, up from 63 last year.
Nassau County police are investigating an accident in Great Neck in which a car crashed into an AT&T store, causing at least one serious injury.
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The co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 that crashed into the French Alps last week had received treatment for suicidal tendencies several years ago, prosecutors said Monday.
The nation's largest dietary supplement retailer Monday announced aggressive new testing standards in response to the New York attorney general's weekslong investigation into bogus and mislabeled herbal remedies.
Nassau Regional Off-Track Betting Corp, faced with declining revenue and diminished interest in horse racing, has offered early retirement incentives to 86 employees in a move that could generate $3.5 million in gross salary savings, agency officials said Monday.
England's Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, started work Monday at an aviation company that flies rescue helicopters for a British charity.
NYPD detectives are probing allegations that film producer Harvey Weinstein inappropriately touched a 22 year-old last Friday at the Tribeca Film Center, a police spokesman said.
It may be a long while before a restaurant once again occupies the former Syosset digs of Christianoâs, debated to have been the inspiration for the Billy Joel song âScenes from an Italian Restaurant.â Harendra Singh, president of the Singh Hospitality Group, said that he is walking away from the property and giving it back to the landlord.
A 3-foot long caiman that was surrendered to officials last week was "so nasty and dangerous, it could hardly be handled," an SPCA official said Monday.
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The 2015 seasonâs first ride of the Cyclone roller coaster stalled on Sunday, March 29, 2015, just before it reached the peak of the rideâs first big drop, forcing riders to take the stairs down.
A 4-year-old girl has grabbed her purple raincoat, slipped out of her house at 3 a.m. and hopped a Philadelphia bus in search of a snack.