Jim Hannon of the Three Village Baseball & Softball League just can't figure why someone would break into the organization's storage facility to steal two motorized golf carts and a defibrillator.
Nassau County police were investigating Friday a Hicksville motor-vehicle accident with serious injuries, a department spokeswoman said.
Michaels Stores Inc, the biggest U.S. arts and crafts retailer, on Thursday confirmed that there was a security breach at certain systems that process payment cards at its U.S. stores and that of its unit, Aaron Brothers.
A Halesite man was struck and killed by a car Thursday night as he walked along New York Avenue, Suffolk County police said.
Garden City Village's board has approved $264,138 in termination pay to former village administrator Robert L. Schoelle, who held the village post for 34 years until he left March 31.
A Hicksville-based manufacturer of materials for specialty optical lenses is relocating to Central Islip after the town lured the company with financial incentives.
In her Cannabist column, the actress says she's in love with her marijuana-vaporizing pen.
Call it the year of the baby: Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting their first child later this year.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone is looking to change the just-signed contract between Delaware North and bankrupt Suffolk Off-Track Betting Corp. over the financing of a $65 million slot machine casino.
"Transcendence" drags science fiction back to the Cold War era, if not the Stone Age.
A truck driver from Westbury was arrested Thursday after a Port Authority police officer saw him use a retractable license plate to avoid paying a toll at the Goethals Bridge, authorities said.
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Officials are advising commuters who use the Pulaski Skyway that this past week was the exception, not the norm.
Administrators at the Riverhead Charter School tried to bust its teachers union, pressed staff to dismantle the group and fired three employees because of their loyalty to it, according to two complaints filed with a state employment board.
Facebook users in the U.S. will soon be able to see which of their friends are nearby using a new feature the company is launching on Thursday.
After decades of degradation progress finally is being made.
A federal jury awarded $18 million each to two men who spent almost 18 years in prison before they were exonerated in the 1984 murder and rape of a Lynbrook teenager.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, still mired in negotiations with Long Island Rail Road employees, has reached a tentative deal with the agency's largest union representing 34,000 New York City bus and subway workers.
After years of first drafts and false starts, a sequel to the 1993 Robin Williams hit "Mrs. Doubtfire" is reportedly in the works.
The Smithtown heroin addict who testified that James Burke, the Suffolk police department's highest-ranking uniformed officer, beat him while in custody was sentenced Friday to 3 years in jail for stealing Burke's gun belt and ammunition from his police-issued vehicle.
Sixteen years ago, a vision became clear for Long Island Olympian Matthew Mortensen -- if he was going to succeed in the luge, strength and conditioning was going to become an essential part of his life.
How close was Mrs. Met to being a widow?
With an eye to those who'll be heading to Long Island on Good Friday, the Long Island Rail Road is adding eight extra eastbound trains in the midafternoon, the MTA said.
Salmonella-related food poisoning declined in 2013 while other common pathogens that taint meat, poultry and other fare continued to turn up in the U.S. food supply, federal health officials said Thursday.
Nassau lawmakers have approved a resolution that asks the state to authorize new speed cameras in school zones -- a crucial part of lifting a three-year wage freeze on most county workers.
Strongheart, an historic manor house poised on a six-acre bay-front parcel in the village of North Haven, hasn't sold despite the fact that it is owned by Richard Gere. Now the actor has lowered the asking price by $9 million, according to the website for the agency listing the property.
Nassau's Department of Social Services recovered $10 million from welfare recipients and service providers accused of bilking the system last year, according to the department's 2013 annual report released this week.
The "One Hundred Years of Solitude" author died at home in Mexico City.
A western Pennsylvania police officer says he spent much of December and January dressed as an Amish woman in hopes of scaring off a man suspected of exposing himself to Amish children.